The most intuitive workout and exercise tracker for any fitness routine.
Strong is the simplest and most intuitive workout tracker, designed to help you get better results from your training.
Strong Version 5.0 is rebuilt from scratch and easier to use than ever.
Extremely flexible, direct and purposeful, straightforward UX that focus on the the real purpose of your use - your workoutCons:
Fairly bland UI for the last few years - changed with this update!
This app is incredible. I started using it a year ago to it with helping me settle into a rhythm that led to me losing 3in 5 months. so straightforward and user friendly, but exceptionally powerful. I was able to set it up to do exactly what I wanted for every workout with one minor exception.
The end result was a user experience that few apps reach - truly easier, more powerful, and better than the analog alternative. Even if Strong didn’t track your progress over time it would be worth it just to use to lead yourself through your daily routines.
My favorite feature has to be the automatic progression. You just hit next as you move through your routine and you literally just have to use two buttons to finish your workout - the next button and the +/- to adjust reps and weight. So smooth.
I’ve recommended Strong time and time again. Everyone who has started using it has fallen in love with it too.
Customer support is also sponsive and helpful. One of my #1 favorite apps and teams.
Keep up up the good work!!Brock Klein has used this product for one year.
The only workout logger that works in practice. Awesome for getting a birds-eye's view of my overall progress as well as for drilling down.Cons:
No kettlebell or indoor rowing categories. No EMOM, Tabata and AMRAP time-based workouts either. Not critical for strength only, but still.
After giving Strength 5 a run its money, I'm glad to say that the wait is finally over. This is a powerful workout logger that solves the issues when actually trying to input workout data. The small details, like knowing exactly about your PRs and past performance down to the set. Also knowing the total volume lifted (vanity metric!), and getting at a glance info on how I'm progressing with each exercise. It just makes me wish that people paid attention more to these kinds of apps, since walking, running and swimming are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes down to wellbeing. Being strong and muscular correlates far better with health and most quantified-self platforms are neglecting it.
If you are a serious in Olympic Weightlifting, be careful that exercises need input by hand (most accessories besides the classic ones are missing). Also a bit lackluster if you are into Crossfit. It would be nice to be able to input a whole WOD after the fact. It's almost perfect for Powerlifters, though.Fernando Parra has used this product for one day.