Pull-Ups Workouts & Trainer

Pull-Ups Workouts & Trainer

By runtastic

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-01-24
  • Current Version: 2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 51.92 MB
  • Developer: runtastic
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 187 Ratings

Description

Pull yourself up to the challenge - we believe in you! 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 Runtastic.com - Integration with Apple Health: Upon registration, your Apple Health data will be transferred to your Runtastic account - 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 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 recognized using the accelerometer of your iPhone/iPad. Practical, interesting, informative: You can upload your fitness data to Runtastic.com, 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 Runtastic.com, in social networks or via email! Pull-ups mainly target your back, but are a great move to strengthen your arms and core as well. Not many exercises challenge your upper body as intensively as pull-ups. Can’t wait to tone your muscles and watch them grow? Let’s go! Runtastic Pull-Ups: Pull your fitness to the next level! Runtastic Terms of Service: https://www.runtastic.com/in-app/iphone/appstore/terms Runtastic Privacy Policy: http://www.runtastic.com/in-app/iphone/appstore/privacy-policy

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Reviews

  • Great workout

    5
    By bluddyb
    This is a great app. I finally found it again. Thank god.
  • Pull ups

    4
    By tuna's jams
    Great for someone getting back to working out.
  • Horrible

    1
    By im not tellin u
    It took my money
  • Great program!

    5
    By sandy429
    Thank you!
  • Nice

    5
    By OMG1977
    Measuring is the only way to progress long term
  • Great app!

    5
    By TomSssssssssssss
    Great app!
  • I like it

    4
    By Dsnizzyp
    Good app I use it daily
  • Good app

    5
    By enriquedomr
    Will be good if the developers make the integrations with apple health
  • Doesn't register pull-ups

    1
    By NYC is home
    Followed instructions; doesn't count pull-ups; hence, a pointless app. I did about 7, trying different pockets and whatnot; only registered 1. Tried hanging from neck too. Tried reinstalling, etc.
  • Not usable without strap or pockets

    2
    By Uspsjandi
    I would like this app if I had the option to manually put in how many pullups I did without having the phone on me. The way it is now, with the gyroscope or whatever it is called, it says I do more pullups than I dis.

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