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Subject: Best way to log Strength (non-BT Log division)
Hi all-- I've always logged my strength training on a piece of paper or homemade chart, but I'm getting tired of losing it and starting over (happening way more often than it should). A good app-based solution would be nice. Since I try and stick with one routine for a few weeks then change, I'd like something to enter the program, and be able to enter reps/weight/sets as I go.

No wi-fi at the gym where I do most of my work, so I can't use the BT logs or another website, unfortunately. Any suggestions/favorites out there?
Thanks!


2015-01-15 6:42 AM
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Subject: RE: Best way to log Strength (non-BT Log division)
It's been awhile (4-5years) but I enjoyed using this site to log my strength stuff.

http://beyondthewhiteboard.com/

2015-01-15 11:57 AM
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I've used JEFit for a while. You can give it a try and see if it does what you need.

http://www.jefit.com/
2015-01-15 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by roserc

I've used JEFit for a while. You can give it a try and see if it does what you need.

http://www.jefit.com/


Here's another vote for JEFit.

I've only been using it for a couple of weeks, but it's got some pretty nice features.
2015-01-15 3:58 PM
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I use an app called xfit. Its preprogra.ed with alot of crossfit workouts but its very easy to add custom workouts which, if reoccuring, makes tracking easy. Also allows yiu tk easily mark and track PR to those specific goals, like 5k, 10k, sprint, oly distance and/or lifting PRs.
2015-01-17 5:16 PM
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The best is probably FitnessBuddy. Last time I checked, it was one of the most popular fitness apps on the app store. I use to to keep track of my weight lifting sessions. It has an extremely clean interface and can track any strength exercise.


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