Liftbook

Liftbook


Liftbook is an application developed for weight lifters by a weight lifter. It’s designed to replace the composition books, notepads, scratchpads and folded up paper we carry into the gym into a simple solution to track schedule, completion, weight, 1RM and progression of workouts. Liftbook is also capable of tracking cardio sessions in which tracking of pace and speed needs to be kept for progression analysis. Liftbook keeps track of all of your lifts in a on phone database and uses analysis on your 1RM to determine new weight entries for your future progressions. It also assists to take the guesswork out of warm-up sets.

Liftbook is not a substitute for a personal trainer. It's intent is not to coach your exercises. It’s designed to take over as the workout log and replace your notepads and pencils and assist with calculations needed in the most popular progressive training programs.

Liftbook currently supports Open (anything goes), Stronglifts 5x5, Wendler's 5/3/1 and Rippetoe's Starting Strength Protocols. We will support Madcow 5x5 in the future.

Recent changes:
* Fixed issue in which using small fonts would cause clipping on the set listing and other list displays
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3.7
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10,000+
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About Liftbook
Liftbook is an application developed for weight lifters by a weight lifter. It’s designed to replace the composition books, notepads, scratchpads and folded up paper we carry into the gym into a simple solution to track schedule, completion, weight, 1RM and progression of workouts. Liftbook is also capable of tracking cardio sessions in which tracking of pace and speed needs to be kept for progression analysis. Liftbook keeps track of all of your lifts in a on phone database and uses analysis on your 1RM to determine new weight entries for your future progressions. It also assists to take the guesswork out of warm-up sets.

Liftbook is not a substitute for a personal trainer. It's intent is not to coach your exercises. It’s designed to take over as the workout log and replace your notepads and pencils and assist with calculations needed in the most popular progressive training programs.

Liftbook currently supports Open (anything goes), Stronglifts 5x5, Wendler's 5/3/1 and Rippetoe's Starting Strength Protocols. We will support Madcow 5x5 in the future.

Recent changes:
* Fixed issue in which using small fonts would cause clipping on the set listing and other list displays

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A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Great and versatile I'd agree with a previous review that graphs and metrics would really push this app up a notch. I'd love if when you enter various lifts as open protocol for one day you could save them as a template for the next time. E.G. Highlight all, save as custom1.
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
It's a good start. I used this when I first began SS to help log and plan warmup routines. There are some annoying navigation and UI snags. It worked well but as my commitment to the program grows I'm looking for something that has a better interface, integrated timer, and analysis tools. I'm currently shopping for a new app. I'll most likely check in for the next few upgrades to see what they do with it.
A Google User
Jun 24, 2014
Good but could be better The workouts look too specific for someone who's a hardcore lifter. But what about the beginning lifter?
A Google User
May 19, 2014
NEEDS MORE EXERCISES! If it did, it would be an easy 5 star, otherwise still a nice app. Or be able to add your own exercises which may be easier
A Google User
May 13, 2014
First three weeks were good and then I was disappointed after three weeks of recording my start of the 531 program this app will not set up or record week four. The only thing I get is the warm up for main exercise. Tell me if I am doing something wrong but it is time to go back to paper.