Fitbod Weight Lifting Trainer

Fitbod Weight Lifting Trainer

Developed by Fitbod Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-09-26
  • Current Version: 3.0.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.18 MB
  • Developer: Fitbod Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 22,417 Reviews)
  • Price:
Fitbod Weight Lifting Trainer App Ratings: 5
Based on 22,417 Reviews

Fitbod Weight Lifting Trainer App Description

Get stronger, faster with Fitbod! When you hit the gym, Fitbod guides you through the right sets, reps and weight to reach your fitness goals. ◆ A personalized plan designed to push your limits: To build your custom-fit workout, Fitbod’s powerful technology understands your strength-training ability, studies your past workouts and adapts to your available gym equipment. Between workouts, your training plan will maximize fitness gains by intelligently varying intensity (weight) and volume (sets/reps) between sessions. No muscle group is left behind in your personalized training plan. ◆ Grasp and master new strength-building exercises: Fitbod keeps your gym sessions fresh and fun by mixing up your workouts with new exercises and maximizing the use of your available equipment. For beginner strength-trainers, find the confidence to try new resistance exercises and gym equipment. Learn the correct movements from over 400 HD Demonstration Videos ◆ Attain strength-training achievements as you reach your personal exercise records. Heroic performances happen all the time, and we wanted to recognize them by showcasing your personal bests as Fitbod Achievements. ◆ With Apple Watch, see your training plan at a glance, easily track your progress and stay focused while at the gym. ◆ Get workouts that match General Conditioning, Strength-Training, Muscle Tone, Bodybuilding, Powerlifting or Olympic Weightlifting. ◆ View your workout impact on a body heat map. ◆ Calories burned for each workout. WHY IT WORKS: Fitbod has been fine-tuned by certified personal trainers to bring the best-practices of strength-training to you. These best practices include: ◆ Individualization - Superior results are achieved by tailoring the workout program to your unique body, experience, environment and goals. ◆ Balance - Muscles improve when working in concert with the entire muscular system. Overworking some sets of muscle while underworking others can negatively impact results. Fitbod designs well-balanced workout routines. ◆ Variation - Mixing up muscle groups, exercises, sets, reps and weight over time serves to strengthen the musculoskeletal system and keep the body sharp. HEALTH APP INTEGRATION: Sync your Fitbod workouts with Apple Health (activate in Fitbod Settings -> Connected Apps). STRAVA INTEGRATION: Sync your Fitbod workouts with Strava (activate in Fitbod Settings -> Connected Apps). Learn more at ELITE SUBSCRIPTIONS: Become a Elite member to unlock unlimited logged workouts and gain full access to the Elite tool set. Become an Elite member for $7.99 per month. You can also upgrade for $49.99 per year. ◆ Subscription Details: Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your Elite subscription by visiting the iTunes Account Settings after purchase. ◆ For Frequently Ask Questions about Fitbod Elite, please visit Fitbod Member’s Say: “Takes the guesswork out of the gym! The automatic workout generator is excellent, the interface is gorgeous, and certain key features like the easy substitution of one exercise for another and the ability to customize recovery percentages are truly brilliant." “Great for Beginners too! Love the Fitbod app, it has helped me so much in my workouts and development. Was stuck for years around 15% body fat and doing the same workout. After using the app for 2-3 months, went to 10% body fat and doing so many different things during the workout. Thank you so much for this app." Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Strava: Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:


Fitbod Weight Lifting Trainer App Screenshots

App Reviews

  • Love this app

    By CatanMSP
    Lots of variety for strength training, very customized for your goals. Just purchased the year plan and love it so far
  • Crashes constantly

    By Ljs24
    Every time it crashes I lose my current workout data and all history and all saved workouts. More frustrating than helpful.
  • [edit] Fixed the bug quickly, great app!

    By NajiGlass
    Contacted the team about a bug, a few days later it was already fixed. Awesome app.
  • Building a body

    By Tomadeupjazz
    I love this app let me start out by first saying. My gym partner actually put me on once I started getting serious about going to the gym and doing strength training. This app has REALLY helped me to stay on track because I can log all my workouts, AND it helps me to challenge myself by doing workouts I wouldn’t normally do or hadn’t even heard of. I love that it also gives a video demonstration of each and every workout so if you’re a newbie or just unfamiliar with that particular workout, you can just refer to the video demo and get started with the exercise. Easy peasy. I have referred so many people to this app because every time I post it on my snap, YouTube, and Facebook I always get someone asking what app I’m using. Everyone loves it. Plus the new achievement feature is GREAT if you’re constantly trying to shock your body and build muscles. Paying attention to the achievements will guarantee that you keep building and not hit a plateau in your workouts. The only thing negative I have to say are more workouts need to be added to the app. WE NEED MORE FITBOD DEVELOPERS...WE’RE TRYING TO BUILD BODIES OUT HERE!!!
  • Great App

    By Cmphelan
    Awesome! Does everything I need! Tracks recovery of muscle groups, links with my Strava, customized to fitness equipment, allows me to do no gym equipment workouts when I’m on the road, allows me to tailor length of workout, reads my strava data and factors in my runs for muscle recovery. Very happy with this app
  • Thoughts After A Month

    By Sasquatch Beast
    I bought a month to see how well this app worked and I loved it enough to buy a year. It does have some issues here and there but they are far outshined by the app as a whole. For those that don’t want to read much skip to the bottom and I’ll try to sum everything up. The reason I decided to try this app in the first place was so that I didn’t have to think about throwing a workout together and to get more variance in my workouts. In the app, I put myself as an advanced lifter because I’m very familiar with a weight room but I’ll admit that it’s easy to do what your comfortable with. For me that is mostly bulking and strength training which isn’t my goal these days anyway. So I chose my goal to be leaning and cutting weight. I haven’t lost any weight but I’m not fool enough to think that’s because of the workouts (weight loss starts in the kitchen for those that don’t know). I have, however noticed a great difference in my muscle tone while maintaining my weight. I cannot speak for the other goals but mine seems to work extremely well. The library of lifts itself is quite expansive. This is nice because it gives me different lifts to try. I’ve done a lot of lifts before I ever used this app and yet I’m still constantly doing new ones. If you don’t like a particular lift you can turn it off so that it isn’t put into your workouts. On the other hand, if you don’t have the equipment required for a lift you can actually customize what is available in your gym. Going even further, there is a setting which you can toggle that makes it only recommend body weight exercises. I haven’t tried it myself but there are a lot of body weight lifts so I’m sure it works extremely well. The workouts themselves (for the goal I’ve selected) are packed from start to finish. The rest times are quite short, which makes sense for toning. There’s even a rest timer you can turn on that can send you push notifications whenever you need to do your next set. The recommended weights seem to be actually pretty accurate. They take a while before they start being recommended, though. I’m still not getting too many weight recommendations after a month but I feel it’s a pretty minor thing. If there’s a lift you don’t want or can’t do, then you can easily replace it with recommend lifts (or any lift if you search) even during the workout. The log is apparently not that great if you listen to other people. To be honest, the log is not at all the reason I was interested in this anyway. I could care less about my total calories that I might have burned or my total weight lifted in a workout. These seem really irrelevant to me. Once I’m done with a workout, who cares? Incredibly fast customer service. Had a payment hiccup because I payed through their website then payed through the App Store for my year. Basically, I got charged for another month and a year. I emailed them just before writing this and they’ve already sent me an email back reimbursing that month. There are a few issues. My biggest complaint is that there are no set or rep variations. So no pyramid sets, super sets, etc. All exercises are x sets of y reps at z weight. That is except if it includes a warmup set or two. But my next issue is with the warmup sets. You can toggle the warmup sets on or off in the settings. But they really don’t pop up very often in workouts. And almost every time they do, I’m like halfway through my workout already very warmed up. So I don’t feel that they’re really doing what they’re meant to do. The last notable issue that I’ve noticed is the lack of cardio. It never throws in a little cardio for me to do and I’m positive a little cardio won’t hurt anyone. There is cardio in the exercise library but I guess they’re there mostly so you can add them manually and log them. Any other problems are relatively minor nuisances. Oh, and the fact that it’s not on Android. Although they are apparently working on an Android version which I can’t wait for so I can jump ship. I do have some closing thoughts on this as a replacement for a trainer. If you are an absolute beginner or don’t have great form, I would not recommend starting with this app. Trainers are great for teaching you the basics and helping you focus on form so that you won’t injure yourself whenever you start lifting heavier weights. This app does have descriptions and videos of each lift but believe me when I say that’s just not enough to start with. Another thing trainers do well (good trainers at least) is get you motivated and keep you coming to the gym. This app will not call you up and say get to the gym. The most it will do is send you a notification. TLDR: To sum up, this app is great for you if you want more variation and don’t want to worry about creating your own workout. If you want something to push you through a full workout and tell you when to start your next set, this app is great for you. If you are only looking for the greatest logging app of all time, this might be a pass for you (I don’t know enough about logging workouts to give a great opinion here). If you mostly want to do cardio based workouts, this app is most likely not for you either. If you are a complete beginner with no real knowledge of how to work out, I recommend getting a trainer to help build up your form for a few months before only using this app.
  • Slow

    By nehayward
    App is slow and unresponsive after latest update. I’m on an iPhone X. Nope it used to be really smooth and now even the timer stops responding. Not sure if it’s something to do with a low cell signal or something being blocked on the main async channel being done in the background. That’d be my first guess. Since the UI is freezing.
  • App was awesome until the new update

    By NathanO85
    I really enjoy this app as it helped change my routine. I would give it five stars but since the most recent update, it doesn't work properly and won't load any new workouts. Hopefully this can be fixed and the app will start working correctly again. Update: After the most recent update, it is running flawlessly again.
  • Notifications

    By Chris R. Miers
    App was great until the latest update. Now it does not notify me when my rest is over. It used to give me an audible notification as well as a visual notice. But no longer. This stinks when trying to do HIIT workouts. #sad
  • fired my PT after getting this!

    By Stuartdisco27
    I’m an intermediate level fitness guy who knows the correct technique but is busy with a million other things in my mind so either need a PT or now fitbod! I now don’t need to think about what workout or exercises I need to do each day, even when travelling because of their body weight only function - I LOVE THIS APP!!!