App My Workout WP7
Finally, we can see Windows Phone 7 applications and games starting to flow. XDA member microhaxo presents My Workout, a useful application to go along with your day including a stop watch to pre define your exercise times and a scheduled view, so you can organize your day. It also includes a rep max calculator. Features like the ability to import exercises from previously entered routines and to share your workout via email will be included on version 1.7.00, which is awaiting for approval on market. By now, you can download version 220.127.116.11 freely.
Originally posted by microhaxo
[App] My Workout
Hey guys, as some of you may know, i’ve been working for a while now on my app, My Workout.
Here is the description of My Workout:
“My Workout allows you to save your workout routines to an easy to access, easy to read schedule. My workout also has a stopwatch included for rest time between sets and a 1 rep max calculator. Important tools for the gym!
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