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Warm-up Calculator Donate

Warm-up Calculator Donate


This is "Donate", free of ads version of Warm-up Calculator for weight training.

Warm-up in any weight or resistance training (like powerlifting or bodybuilding) is very important to prevent injuries and reach high results.

This calculator displays weight for every warm-up set basing on Paul Delia's method. Just enter your own weight, target load (weight of working set), empty barbell weight (or zero if you're using something else, like gum machine) and see weight for each set and plate's weight for each side of barbell, if necessary. Units (pounds or kilograms) don't meter, as calculation based on percents of load weight.

There are four kinds of calculations - for squats, parallel bar dips, pull ups and any other exercise. Difference is that in first three exercises your weight (fully in bar dips and pull ups or partially in squats) is added to load weight. So to calculate weights for any of those three check appropriate check box, or uncheck them for any other exercise. For bar dips you can see "Press up" instead of weight, it means you actually should use weight that less than yours, so perform press ups, but not bar dips. Zero weight means "only your body, no weights". When you see several sets with "press up" or zero weights you can choose skip some of them.

After every set click on appropriate check box to view progress of warm-up. Press "Menu" button on device and choose "Help" to see this text.

In any case be careful, and remember - author of the program isn't responsible for any damage caused by its using.

Development plans: support for exercises list with names and weights.

If you would like to try this product, get free version on my page at https://market.android.com/developer?pub=Vovodroid

Recent changes:
Slightly change body weight coefficient for squats, basing on my personal experience.
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This is "Donate", free of ads version of Warm-up Calculator for weight training.

Warm-up in any weight or resistance training (like powerlifting or bodybuilding) is very important to prevent injuries and reach high results.

This calculator displays weight for every warm-up set basing on Paul Delia's method. Just enter your own weight, target load (weight of working set), empty barbell weight (or zero if you're using something else, like gum machine) and see weight for each set and plate's weight for each side of barbell, if necessary. Units (pounds or kilograms) don't meter, as calculation based on percents of load weight.

There are four kinds of calculations - for squats, parallel bar dips, pull ups and any other exercise. Difference is that in first three exercises your weight (fully in bar dips and pull ups or partially in squats) is added to load weight. So to calculate weights for any of those three check appropriate check box, or uncheck them for any other exercise. For bar dips you can see "Press up" instead of weight, it means you actually should use weight that less than yours, so perform press ups, but not bar dips. Zero weight means "only your body, no weights". When you see several sets with "press up" or zero weights you can choose skip some of them.

After every set click on appropriate check box to view progress of warm-up. Press "Menu" button on device and choose "Help" to see this text.

In any case be careful, and remember - author of the program isn't responsible for any damage caused by its using.

Development plans: support for exercises list with names and weights.

If you would like to try this product, get free version on my page at https://market.android.com/developer?pub=Vovodroid

Recent changes:
Slightly change body weight coefficient for squats, basing on my personal experience.

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