Get stronger, faster with A.I. generated workouts

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FitnessAI uses AI to help you get stronger, faster. It's kind of like Albert Einstein becoming your fitness coach. Weight, sets and reps are automatically calculated for optimal muscle growth based on one of the largest weight lifting datasets on the planet.
  • Pros: 

    Makes you want to work out, user friendly design, demo for each exercise, Jake will answer questions, doesn’t over-complicate fitness


    I would like to be able to pick my split days (2 upper body and 2 lower body instead of 3 upper 2 lower) coming in a future update.

    As a woman I was always told lifting would make me bully or manly, but over the past few months since starting lifting with FitnessAI, my friends and family have told me I look more toned and fit than ever. I add in my own accessory moves and cardio a few days a week, but I give a lot of credit to this app for making it SO easy to get fit, strong, and lean. I feel powerful when I walk into the weight section of the gym instead of intimidated! 10/10 recommend!

    Meredith Larsen has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    I don't work out enough, and this app makes me want to. It's similar to Calm in that its great for beginners and for turbo charging experts


    None I can think of.

    Any cons I had were quickly fixed/taken care of by the team!

    Jake Shelley has used this product for one month.
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Clay McGinnis
Clay McGinnis@clay_mcginnis
Any chance on an Android version?
Jake Mor
Jake MorMaker@jakemor · Code, Design & Marketing
@clay_mcginnis If sales stay strong absolutely!
Jake Mor
Jake MorMaker@jakemor · Code, Design & Marketing
Hi PH! I launched a super bare bones version of FitnessAI at the beginning of the year just to see what would happen. After 500 paying users and tons of iterations I'm finally proud enough of the product to share it with the community. The app employs a specially designed algorithm to increase or decrease an exercises difficulty by the perfect amount, every workout session. The goal of the algorithm is to delay plateaus while optimizing for muscle growth in the shortest period of time. I built the algorithm from the ground up based on over 5,000,000 workout sessions I collected from a previous app called Lift Log, a weight lifting journal for iOS. The dataset is larger than any publicly available dataset I could find. On average, users lift 20% more weight by volume in their first 30 days on the platform. As many of you may know, new lifters experience explosive growth in their first 30 days no matter what. As of today however, 70% of our users considered themselves experienced lifters during sign up. This means no matter what your experience level is, FitnessAI can help you make the most out of your time at the gym, by either following FitnessAI's routine to the T, or customizing it to your liking. Would love any and all feedback :)
Zachary Mor
Zachary Mor@zacharymor · High School Student
I’ve been working out for years, but honestly, until now, I used to have bad form and commitment issues. My big gym ego used to push me to lift more than I could handle well. I had to account for this by cheating with bad form (because you know, you gotta get those reps in). With the app, I trusted the baseline weights they assigned me, I knew the algorithm would push me. And it did help me grow, since I didn’t have to deal with all the guess work, I just perfected my form with the weights it gave me. Which is also why this app helped me commit to working out regularly. It’s just much easier. It take a lot of effort to design and constantly tune your regimen - at least for me, it diminishes my motivation. It’s just not a problem anymore though, and I haven’t quit going to the gym for months. There’s no more figuring out what to do: I wake up wanting to go to the gym, I check my phone to see what day it is, all I gotta do next is get my ass up and pump some iron. The app removed all the guess work from the gym and that changed my life.
Jake Mor
Jake MorMaker@jakemor · Code, Design & Marketing
@zacharymor Thank you brother!
Giovanni Brown
Giovanni Brown@giovanni_brown
Works great been using it for a few months and finally was able to reach a new deadlift max at 405.
Jake Mor
Jake MorMaker@jakemor · Code, Design & Marketing
@giovanni_brown thank you!
Jenny Smith
Jenny Smith@jennysmith1310
Great !
Jake Mor
Jake MorMaker@jakemor · Code, Design & Marketing
@jennysmith1310 Thanks Jenny!