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  1. Hi! I have been playing with an idea for a few years and now I will like to share it as I would love to get some feedback. I have been searching for similar alternatives on the Internet and I have not been able to find something with these features (the Apple health data export format and the training center XML are maybe a bit similar, but they are substantially different). The point is that many fitness workouts (stretching routines, trainings with weights, etc.) use very few data. Actually, most of them can be simplified to this general pattern: do the exercise X for
  2. Hi All, I’m looking for an App that I can use on my Kindle that will allow me to make either a calendar that I can check things off daily or a to-do list that I can organize daily/ weekly/ monthly. For instance I want to make sure I remember and can check off that I brush/floss/rinse daily, but I only want to practice my lock picking 3 times a week. I do best with list that I can physically check off each task completed, but many tasks are repeated so a calendar would be useful. Does anyone know of a good app that would let me do this on Kindle
  3. Hi, friends! I know someone started a thread about this on Facebook, but I can't find it anywhere. Who's on Habitica? Has someone already started a Nerd Fitness party on there for questing?
  4. I was just wondering if any of you in the Rebellion still plays Ingress? I know it was bigger 2-3 years ago when it first came out, but I still play1 If you haven't heard of it, it's an MMORP, science fiction, GPS based augmented reality app game. I think it's really enjoyable - requires you to get out and about, because the gameplay is actually out in the world. If you're out walking or running, it's really entertaining. I always find myself taking longer running paths in the hopes of finding a new portal to unlock, and I'm amazed by all the cool historical places in my community that I
  5. So I have always used the Stronglifts app because it's free, functions well, and well... I was doing that program. I find as I modify more and more it becomes less and less useful. I am typing more notes as I do more stuff and the prompts annoy me. At this point I am doing 3x5 and not progressing each workout because I am really just trying to preserve muscle while losing fat. So Ideally an app would be *Free... you could't yank a greasy penny from betwixt my glutes with a tractor. * have a timer * Be simple * have charts and graphs. Any ideas?
  6. Have any of you ladies tried the NTC app? I used it today for the first time and was pleasantly surprised at the ass whooping I got. In case you're not familiar with it, it's an app developed by Nike available for free in iOS and Android (maybe Windows?). I think it's targeted to women since all the pictures and voice coaching were of females, but it could be easily appealing to men as well. Let me say that I did one workout of 30 minutes at the beginner level (with me at a decent level of fitness) and it was hardcore. What do you think? EDIT: Calm down, ladies, one at a time
  7. I am wondering what some of the favorite apps are for tracking your runs or bike rides are? I use runmeter and strava. I really like both. I love that runmeter will send my runs and biking to strava seamlessly. Great apps! What do you guys like?
  8. Do any of you run happy people do interval training? I'm looking for recommendations on interval timers to run on my android based phone. I've looked the play store but there does not seem to be a clear leader. I'm now starting to look through reviews through Google but, I thought ... what a better place to get a recommendation than from my fellow Nerds! Thanks.
  9. This is for all the folks on Nerd Fitness who are also on HabitRPG so we can get together to talk about the program and maybe form parties. http://habitrpg.com for those who have no idea what I'm talking about and want to know about the game.
  10. I've been using a fitness app called CARROT. It compatible with the iPhone healthkit, tracks weight, and has a workout routine called '7 minutes in hell.' The workout routine reminds me of the BBWW plus the workout moves are named a little nerdy. The first set of twelve workouts are free. The 'other' moves are bought in a bundle, so I don't know what most of those moves are. oylmpic jumping jacksinvisible iron thronekowtows to Cthulhu (pushups)can't get ups (crunches)mouse attacks (chair stepping)territory markers (squats)imperial butt dips (chair squats)extreme lying down (planking)ost
  11. I have little ones so making it to yoga classes isn't always worth the effort. I have started looking for Apps I can use to do yoga routines at home. I am a beginner (as in I am happy I can now touch my toes in a forward bend) but I hope to continue to increase my flexibility with daily use. Has anyone had a good experience with trying this at home? I have android and apple products (i know we are a house divided) so that shouldn't be an issue.
  12. Just started with this - basically a smartphone app where you can set any long-term goal, and then each day check in with a small, measurable step that you've taken toward achieving it. It can be as simple as a reminder to floss everyday or a 60-day pushup challenge. It also allows you to follow people and encourage them in their goals, so seems like it would be right up the alley of many people here! If anyone is interested, or is looking for buddies, I'm here!
  13. So I'm at the stage where I'm working up to making some changes to my diet - but I want to be strategic and make SMART changes. I figure tracking my current diet for a few weeks will give me enough of a background to choose what to change first. So - if you use a food+activity tracking app, which one and why? Which ones have you tried and didn't like? My criteria are it must be available on Android and it mustn't encourage me to post anything on Facebook (because, boring). Thank you in advance!
  14. Hey guys! I want to get more flexible. Because currently I'm about as flexible as a tree trunk. I can't reach my toes with my fingers when my legs are straight, for example. It's something that prevents me from taking a yoga class, for example, because I often feel like I can't even do the basic poses. I don't want that anymore. During my next challenge, I want to do more stretching exercises on those days that I don't do strength training. However - I don't even know where to start. Sure, I know those basic stretches like reaching down to touch your toes, but I want to get into a real rou
  15. Hey there, my hubby and I both have Samsung Galaxy phones (3 for him 4 for me). I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good app for weight training? Like a virtual trainer and log in one. But customizable. Hubby works 7 days on 7 days off at his job with 12 hour shifts so every other week I will be going it alone at the gym. I don't mind paying for a good app. Is JeFit worth the $6.99 or is there another one worth checking out? I'm asking here because ALL the apps seem to be rated nearly 5 stars. So there's nothing to really differentiate between them for me.
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