Jimmy McGee · Apr 11, 2012 at 04:30 am

Ease Your Mind with Barbell Loader

Math is difficult. When you are spending your time pimpin’ to the beat, walking down the street with your new la freak, with your animal print pants out of control, there is only one thing that matters for LMFAO and yourself. That fact is that you are sexy, and you know it. But how does one become so self-aware of his or her physical attractiveness? Well, it is simple—you work out.

Lifting weights takes a lot of energy and concentration so often times your mind isn’t as quick as it can be to add up the weights of the different discs you are placing on the barbell. There is no need to fear, however, my muscle head and casual weight lifting friends. XDA Forum Member somecanuck has a solution. The application Barbell Loader is created for alleviate this issue.

Tired of adding up weights in the gym? Barbell Loader Pro does it for you!

Using this application really could not be simpler. You simply tap to add a disc, and the application adds it up for you using magic. The app allows you to enter your data both imperial and metric, and you can even mix the two. It will then tell you how much weight you have in kilograms and pounds. Barbell Loader can even estimate your one rep max. It works for anyone of the delicious versions of Android from Gingerbread on up. Find out more by visiting the application thread.


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