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Best Fitness App For Weightlifting | FITBOD

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  • What's your #1 ADHD life hack?
    Not saying it works for everyone, but the system I have worked out for myself is strength training 3-5 days/week during my lunch break at work. I have an hour lunch, so I can usually work in about 30 min of exercise, and I eat at my desk after. I use fitbod to generate workouts for me. It's not perfect, but I can easily change the workout based on what I'm feeling. It also keeps track of your workouts and can post... Source: 10 months ago
  • Fitness app review
    I've started using a new fitness app, Fitbod ( I've only logged a couple workouts so far but am a pretty big fan of the app right away. My favorite thing is that I can set up multiple "gyms" in the app and define what each equipment has in it (my crappy station gym vs my decent home gym vs the local commercial gym I go to) and have it auto-generate workouts for me. It's smart enough to know... Source: 11 months ago
  • Ottawa personal trainer/fitness coach
    Now I workout at home and I use Fitbod that’s almost like a virtual personal trainer. You could try the free trial while you find a trainer. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Do you need a trainer when hitting the gym?
    I really liked FitBod. It's $79.99/year. You can select the equipment available to you, and the app will generate the relevant workouts, adapting over time. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Ask HN: People who strength train from home can you describe your journey?
    For what it’s worth, I’ll mention what works for me. I have no interest in any companies or products mentioned below other than using them and finding them useful. I’ve weight-trained for decades and switched up my routine during the pandemic. I have only a small room available at home for this, which I also use as an office and music studio. So, not a lot of space. I bought a pair of Bowflex SelectTech 552s... - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Life After Tonal From A Tonal Diehard
    But it's not all too bad. I downloaded Fitbod, which is an excellent app that helps me design and track my workouts! I also missed the feel and sound of real barbells and dumbbells. Source: about 1 year ago
  • vs vs vs
    Looking at vs vs vs ... All look pretty similar – what are the differences? Source: about 1 year ago
  • ELI5: Going to the gym
    I had the same problem when I first started going to the gym. What helped me a lot was the app from Fitbod. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Any news on a Fitbod Black Friday deal this year?
    Hey u/ketoguy25 we will be announcing our Black Friday discount on November 25th, Friday on our social channels :) If you'd like to stay up to date with this, please subscribe to our newsletters by visiting our website and scrolling down to The Weekly Warm-up Newsletter: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Flexible workout "program" for irregular gym goers?
    Have you checked fitbod yet? It calculates your routine for the day based on your last workout(s). It also suggests alternatives (e.g. In case the gym equipment is occupied). Source: over 1 year ago
  • What’s your workout routine?
    I like Fitbod. It's not free but much cheaper than a gym membership or trainer, I use it at home with some basic equipment. It gives a nice set of exercises which you can customize and it auto-adjusts to your capabilities and progress. Source: over 1 year ago
  • 8 days in the bag.
    Strength training will help a lot with dopamine and give you some immediate gains that'll boost your confidence. Feeling stronger and more capable every day helps so much when I face setbacks in other areas of my life that are out of my control and might otherwise prompt me to throw in the towel. I use the fitbod app because it automatically generates full-body workout routines using your available equipment (i... Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to fit in and be cool?
    Too round? Hit the gym. You can use a gym/fitness companion app to help you figure out what exercises you should be doing. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Bells of Steel AMA with Founder Kaevon giving away 20 pairs of custom r/homegym collars
    Personally I use fitbod for my programming these days and I love it. Licenses will soon be available on my site as well. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Idea Validation and Feedback
    Double-sided marketplaces are tough, you're trying to deliver value to two separate groups simultaneously. See if you can serve one audience first. Most gyms have trainers they partner with that offer free consultations to gauge client needs and work with their budget. Apps are tricky because people have to use them for while before the behaviour is "trained" and enough of their data is wrapped up in it to make... Source: about 2 years ago
  • 24 female, 130 lbs 5'3" needing help with a workout routine
    I have used both Fitbod and Fiton apps. Fitness has lots of variety however, I use Fitbod mainly because it customizes my workouts around equipment I have. Fitbod is around $80 USD for a year membership, only a 3 workout trial available. Fiton has a paid membership option (never used it) but their free option works for those not looking to spend much. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Gym to combat depression
    Get Fitbod ( and let it tell you what to do each workout. It works your whole body and rotates muscle groups. Source: over 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Fitbod

9 Best Weightlifting Apps for Strength Training 2023 – Tried & Tested
Ultimately, the best weightlifting app for you will depend on your specific goals and preferences, but we think it’s definitely worth taking Alpha Progression and Fitbod up on their free trials as these apps offer very complete solutions for tracking and following weightlifting workouts… and they both have incredibly positive reviews on the app stores too.
The 20 Best Health and Fitness Apps of 2023
And as you would expect, Fitbod tracks your progress, helping you visualize your advancements and stay motivated. Whether you’re a gym enthusiast or prefer working out at home, Fitbod’s tailored plans and adaptive nature ensure that your strength training remains engaging, effective, and aligned with your fitness journey.
The 15 Best Fitness Apps, Based on Your Goals and Workout Routine
Bid farewell to stale, same ol’, same ol’ gym routines and the intimidation factor that often comes with hitting the gym. FitBod customizes workout plans based on your recent workouts, current strength-training level, and gym equipment you have on hand. Oh, and it includes recovery time every week to ensure your muscles get the TLC they need.

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