Runtastic Pull-Ups PRO Trainer

Runtastic Pull-Ups PRO Trainer

By runtastic

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-10-30
  • Current Version: 2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 48.70 MB
  • Developer: runtastic
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 444 Ratings


When life gets complicated - pull yourself up to the challenge! Pull-ups are the best exercise for a strong back, arms and a toned upper body. Good thing you found Runtastic Pull-Ups! Download the app and voilà, you’ll have a PERSONAL TRAINER on your iPhone/iPad. Pull-ups are among the most famous bodyweight strength moves ever, plus they require minimal equipment. No bar at hand? You can do your pull-ups with rings, a tree branch or bars at a park, get creative! A scientifically developed training plan makes the most of your efforts while keeping you motivated on your way towards your goal. What else? You don’t have to count every repetition - let the accelerometer of your iPhone/iPad take over. And now, there’s one thing left to do: Try it out. You can do this! APP FEATURES & BENEFITS: - Counts completed pull-up repetitions using accelerometer - Access to Level 1 of the scientifically developed training plan - Voice Coach for constant feedback - Personal records - Upload workout activities to - Integrate Runtastic activities to your MyFitnessPal account - Share your success on Facebook, Twitter or via email - Collect motivating badges for your performance - Automatic countdown timer for your rest between exercise sets FEATURES & BENEFITS PRO VERSION: - No ads! - Three levels based on scientifically developed training plan to reach 30 pull-ups - Set a reminder for your next workout - Personal records & exercise statistics (i.e. monthly or yearly stats) - Leaderboard for personal records and overall repetitions: compare to others and see how you rank with your Runtastic friends FEEL THE THRILL Stats about your completed pull-up repetitions are not only highly motivating, but offer you a great and useful overview of all your sessions. Make use of your personal records to boost your motivation even further and keep setting new PRs for this classic upper body strengthening move. Pull-ups are an ideal move to complement your push-up training. UNIQUE Your pull-ups are automatically counted using the accelerometer of your iPhone/iPad. Practical, interesting, informative: You can upload your fitness data to, if you want. There you can access all your stats anytime, as well as monitor your success thanks to your personal training log. Remember, you can also share your achievements with your friends on, in social networks or via email! It’s hard to come up with an exercise that challenges your upper body as intensively as pull-ups: they’re ideal for your back, arms and core. Let us help you keep motivated to reach your training goal of 30 reps. Can’t wait to get started? Grab that bar and give it your all! Runtastic Pull-Ups: Pull your fitness to the next level! Runtastic Terms of Service: Runtastic Privacy Policy:




  • Force log In

    By ICE COLD 89
    This app can’t be used until you input you personal info .
  • Love it but...

    By Empty Saturn
    App works great and I've used it for several years now. Only reason I give it 4 stars is I wish it would access apple health so it could track the exercises.
  • Over designed and under delivers

    By Dhbrad
    Bottom line: I'm a big fan of runtastic, this app is a big let down and I feel gypped out of $2. Poor: -the motion sensor doesn't always work -the rep progression is rigid--you can't manually edit what you actually did, or change what you want to do -the social media component is obligatory -the badge system is extraneous Good: -I love how the app is tied in with runtastic apps so that my pull-up workout shows up in my accomplishment list along with runs and body weight workouts. Cool! Not worth the hassle however. I'm going back to just six weeks to track my pull-ups.
  • Great. Auto counting needs to go though.

    By jmtm
    Great app. Great pacing and progression. I actually went through a few different progressions before I got decent strict pull-ups. I started with chin-ups, until I could do 10 unbroken. Then I reset back to day 1 and started neutral grip pull-ups. Finally, I reset back to day 1 again for pull ups. That worked really well for me. These types of pre-pull-up progressions should be added to the app. I also agree other commenters who say the counter need to go.
  • A Force to Login App

    By SoCalAnthony
    Ugh. I really dislike apps that MAKE you login to use. Another data/user collecting app that I’m not going to bother with.
  • Badge notification

    By lxjordanxl
    I am leaving a miserable 1 star review and will not change it until the developers of this app enable the badge notification on this app and the pull up app. When I get a notification, I want the little badge show up next to the icon of the app on my iPhone. FIX THIS PLEASE!!!
  • Counter that doesn’t!

    By Infiniti Pi
    Not only does the counter not work, there isn’t an option to manually override. Give me one reason to go through the trouble on my next workout.
  • Turn Off Auto Counting?

    By PeteBird
    This needs to be an option, because the accelerometer count does work very well (iPhone 7 Plus). It just counted two for me after five pull-ups. I’d prefer an option for manual data entry.
  • RuntasticPro

    By Jadgerjr
    Hello all, this app helps me to stay technically incline to chart and share my progress with friends!
  • Just follow along and get stronger...

    By GaLiNd3z
    It makes it really simple and easy to follow along with the apps routine and increase your reps pretty quickly. It works, try it.