Hit The Gym

Gym calendar & workout reminder

Hit The Gym is a workout planner for your iPhone designed to reduce procrastination which in fact the majority of gym members are affected by.

Hit The Gym was developed on the assumption that it is critical to your success that you commit yourself to specific weekdays. Intention over motivation.

Reviews

Tristan Sprock
 
  • Tristan Sprock
    Tristan SprockI like clean Design and Productivity
    Pros: 

    Simplicity, Design and getting the job done

    Cons: 

    Almost too simple, some more features would be great

    The app has a beautiful and simple design that perfectly underlines it’s main purpose, going to the gym. There are no ads and it does just what it promises.

    Tristan Sprock has used this product for one week.

Discussion

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Lino Grubben
Lino GrubbenMaker@linogrubben · Product Designer
Dear PH community! I’m Lino, maker of Hit The Gym. There are many gym apps with lots of features, but they are not designed to address the huge problem of procrastination. 67% of gym memberships go unused, at an average membership fee of $700 a year. Hit The Gym's mission is simple: Increasing the regularity of your workouts and eventually making exercising your habit. This version is actually the MVP, and many exciting features supporting the mission are already being planned. The app is currently free as part of the Product Hunt post and will become paid in the coming days. I'd love for you to try it out and leave your feedback! Thank you.
Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith@divdotmatthewsmith · CEO DivDot
Android?
Lino Grubben
Lino GrubbenMaker@linogrubben · Product Designer
Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith@divdotmatthewsmith · CEO DivDot
Sumo Sirapoab
Sumo Sirapoab@sumo_sirapoab
So cool!
I was really excited after seeing this and just about to download this but sadly it requires iOS 12.1 or later. I won't compromise my JB for this.
Lino Grubben
Lino GrubbenMaker@linogrubben · Product Designer
@x3hemang Hi Hemang, I see. Which iOS version would work for you? And thanks.
Lino Grubben
Lino GrubbenMaker@linogrubben · Product Designer
@x3hemang My developer has just made the app available for iOS 11, will be submitted tonight.
Fedor Guryanov
Fedor Guryanov@fedorguryanov · Software Developer
Hi! Nice product, I installed it! How will you develop your app in the future?
Lino Grubben
Lino GrubbenMaker@linogrubben · Product Designer
@fedorguryanov Hey Fedor, thanks! There is a long Trello list of potential features that support my mission of making exercise a habit - and it's a lot of fun to consider what to implement next. One example is asking the user when to set off on a workout day, and providing answers like "Right now", "I'm on my way" and "Ask me later". So not just pushing reminders to the users' lock screen, but also expecting her to take action.