orb3000 · Nov 25, 2010 at 06:00 am

DeekFit Gym for WP7

XDA member DeekoVB5 presents DeekFit, a complete gym suite that will let you take full control of your workout. Features like enter your workouts, track your progress over time, add custom exercises, take daily notes are present on the free version, only difference with the paid one is the ad-free option. It also includes an automatic countdown timer, so you know when to start your next set. Now, you can follow your body weight and set goals using this complete application.
Feedback is welcome so the developer can improve future versions, and if anyone wants to help on translation please step in.

Originally posted by DeekoVB5
The app is a fully-featured gym suite, it lets you create routines and schedules, add/track your workouts, view your progress, track your body weight, calculate one-rep max, BMR, BMI, kg/lb, etc. The paid version also syncs with deekfit.com, where you can view your workouts and weight history, or use it as a cloud backup feature.

Any Windows Phone 7 users that could check it out and give me some feedback, I’d really appreciate it. I didn’t have a device until recently, and I’ve fixed a bunch of bugs since then, but I’m sure there’s more out there. Also, I am always open to suggestions for future features – I’m on a pretty aggressive development schedule, so I try to work things in quickly. I built this thing tailored to my own needs as a powerlifter, so other people’s opinions are definitely welcome…not everyone uses it the same way I would!

Thanks guys!

You can find more information in the application thread.


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