JEFIT for Android and iPhone

by Kevn Cashman

in Fitness

JEFITRecently I was searching for a decent app for my Android (Samsung Galaxy S3 all the way) that would replace my pen and paper at the gym when I’m working out. I wanted something where I could track my weight and reps for each exercise I do. I found a few and none really seemed right. Some were buggy and would lose my info. Others just were not much more than a pen and paper. I wanted something where I could put in my schedule too.

Well, I finally found one that fit the bill. It’s called JEFIT. You can find it in the Android Store and on iTunes. There is a free and paid version. I’m currently using the free version and am adequately satisfied with it.

Currently it has about 500 different exercises programmed into its database. You can use these to make your own custom workout. One day a week, three days a week, 7 days a week. It is all up to you.

What is kind of fun with it is that you can share your workouts you create with other JEFIT users and you can download workouts that other users have chosen to share. If you have ever found yourself feeling like you are in a workout rut, this is a great feature. Grab a new workout from someone else and give it a try. Just download it to your phone and your off.

The app also has the option of a timer to time your breaks in between sets. It will track your progress through your workouts. You can even put in your measurements and track those as well.

For free, I really cannot complain. If someone has found an app they like better, please let me know, but for now I am sticking with JEFIT.

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