Workout Trainer – an app to push you harder in the gym
There’s personal trainers who can coach you along and teach you new workouts to do in real life. And then there’s the digital trainer, the Workout Trainer app.
This app I reviewed during Season 3 Episode 31 of App Central seeks to replace a living and breathing trainer. How does it compare?
Well, it’s tough to compete with one-on-one coaching from someone who can see your form and how your body reacts to different exercises, but this app comes pretty damn close.
It offers thousands of different workout routines and exercises designed to help you achieve results. Use the voice coaching tool to receive commands from the app’s built in trainers that sound a little robotic, or pay a little extra for a trainer’s voice that actually sounds human.
Not sure how to perform an exercise? Workout Trainer has photos and videos to help guide you through the steps. One feature I particularly like is the timer that helps you push through those sets in just the right amount of time.
Like a workout? Add it to your list of favourites for easy access. You can also create your own if you like.
There’s also a community element to this as well – you can share your workouts with friends via email, Facebook and Twitter.
Looking for a workout that others like? You can also browse user ratings to get a workout going that others enjoy.
And for the record, my personal trainer is awesome. But the app will suffice between sessions.
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