JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log

JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log for Pc

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Download and install JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log in the search bar and press Search. Click on JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Logapplication icon. A window of JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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JEFIT Workout Planner Gym Log Software Features and Description

The only exercise tracker with detailed workout programs, HD video exercise instructions and tools to log and track your workouts. On your iOS device or on your desktop, use JEFIT to track your training at home or at the gym and throw away your notebook. Men’s Fitness - Best Fitness and Health Apps * USA Today - New year, new you Over 8 million people use JEFIT to track their workouts and transform their bodies. JEFIT, the number one workout tracking planner app, provides free fitness program database to help you stay fit, make progress and get the most out of your gym or home fitness sessions. From beginner programs like 5x5, 531, stronglifts, 3 or 4 day splits, starting strength to advanced bodybuilding, weightlifting, powerlifting or kettlebell routines to programs using bodyweight, limited space or specialized equipment, JEFIT is the only workout app you need. User Reviews - “Best bodybuilding and workout trainer ever! Can't believe this tool is free!" - “JEFIT is the BEST Workout and Fitness logger EVER! The combination of downloadable daily workout routines and tracking your progress online is great! Also its FREE” - “JEFIT is the best FREE workout and fitness planner on the market, never go to the gym without this tool” Major Features - 1300+ weight training exercises in the largest exercise database - Workout routine database with community created daily workout routines and fitness plans - Two - Way Sync - Easily track your workouts, create fitness routines, stay motivated and build muscle - View your body and lifting progress keep you motivated for further training and weight lifting - Fully customizable routines and exercises to create daily workout programs - Sync with Apple Health to track your body stats over time Workout Planner - Create your own daily custom fitness plans personalized to your goals to help you get in shape and improve your health - Download community created weight training routines for both men and women - Routines specific for your goals, i.e getting six pack abs, building a lean body, lose weight, increase strength Exercise Database - Search weight lifting and muscle building exercises to create your own daily fitness routines - 1300+ exercises for all major weight lifting equipment including barbell, dumbbells, kettlebells, strength and cardio machines and more - Detailed exercise instructions and animations - Track cardio and strength training exercises - Create your own custom exercises and view progress your favorite exercises Friendly UI - Quick and simple tracking of your weight/reps and sets for exercises - Save your best lifting record for each exercise Community and Friends - Connect with and add friends to help stay motivated - Share your progress and compare stats with the community - Log into your profile page to update your friends on how you are doing with your training progress - Share your workouts via email, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter - View progress and profile pictures as well as Youtube videos shared from the community Device Sync - Sync your workout data and save your lifting and body stat progress - Download from community created strength routines and daily fitness plans **JEFIT Elite subscription** You also have option to JEFIT Elite subscription for $39.99 /per year. JEFIT Elite subscription offers more advanced feature set, including but not limited to: Deeper Training analytics, 1100+ HD training demonstration videos, and premium training routines created by experts and so on. Subscription details: JEFIT Elite subscription will be charged to your iTunes Account. Your payment will continue to auto-renew unless you cancel your subscription at least 24 hours prior to your next renewal date. Subscriptions can be cancelled or managed under your iTunes Account Settings. By upgrading to Elite, you agree with our Term of Service (https://www.jefit.com/terms-of-use/) and Privacy Policy (https://www.jefit.com/privacy-policy/)



Top Reviews

  • GUI looks different/Lost Screen Lock

    by Mr. Sir Dude Man Guy
    Hey. So the app continues to improve, which is great. Couple concerns (not necessarily complaints)... 1. My GUI (within the individual exercise screen) looks very different from what I see depicted in both the APP Store and your website. Seems updated. Is this a beta version you’re testing? So far, I do see how you’ve integrated *adding addt’l sets* option into the main exercise screen, and put previous log records into the current weight/rep fields; seems to work out so far. I also like being able to slide to other exercises from the top of the screen w/o extra navigation as before. So is this the new look? Or just a beta version to see how ppl react? 2. Did you take out the “lock screen” button? That button was very useful. It now seems to lock automatically during the rest clock (which it uses to do in the distant past), but I can’t tell if it locks any other time - which the “screen lock” button allowed me to do when it was convenient. (Also, I really like the new clock’s look and ‘swipe down/low profile’ option which allows me to use other parts of the app while still tracking my rest time. I saw immediate benefits with that.)
  • Good app but deleted all my logs

    by Roman926
    I really like the app. It keeps track of everything I do during my workouts and I like the rest timer feature. I've been using it since February and it's worked great. Until today. Today I noticed that the logs haven't been syncing with my online account since April. It's not a feature I normally use but I wanted to check something on the website. The problem was that the app wasn't logged in properly to my account and it wouldn't let me login again, instead instructing me to logout first. Once I did, it was able to log back in successfully but now all my workouts that hadn't synced are gone with no apparent way of retrieving them. I workout 3-4 times a week so that's about 70 sessions that I no longer have a record of. I'm going to keep using the app but I think there shouldn't be such an emphasis on the cloud. Or at least be able to save the data first to your phone before deleting it. On another note, I'd also like a feature to distinguish reps for each arm/leg for single arm/leg exercises. My right arm is stronger and sometimes I can't match the same amount of reps on my left. It's not often that that happens but it'd be nice to have a way to note that.
  • App has a lot of bugs and problems with apple health

    by Mikubus28
    90% of the time the first set isn't saved. Even with fresh app start and phone reset, after starting workout i would have to save my first set, exit the exercise to see if it saved the first set (usually not saved), and then start the exercise again to have it properly save it. This needs to be fixed. Another problem is that you need to MANUALLY select sync to Apple health every time you finish a workout or else there appears to be no way to sync your workout time to Apple health after you save. If you forget to click "sync to Apple health) after the finish workout screen, you're out of luck. There needs to be a way to default syncing or manually resync later. Lastly, if you forget to click "finish workout," next time you login it will say a workout cannot last longer than for hours. This is fine, but it will actually log the ENTIRE TIME since you last opened the app. This results in 70+ hr workouts being logged (and if you remember to click sync, a correspondingly long workout being logged in Apple health). This needs to be fixed. Perhaps allow manual changing of workout time or automatically end workout after a user defined time out.
  • Great app - couple of issues

    by Hedog
    Been using JEFIT for years and it’s great! With that said, I have one small issue and one that is more problematic. The first is the rest timer. For years, when the timer reached four it would start to beep, now I get beeping on four and between numbers, almost like an echo. And it doesn’t matter if it’s Bluetooth headphones, Bluetooth speakers, iPad speaker or iPhone speaker. Just curious if something can be done about this. The second is the session timer. For the last three days, the next morning when I open JEFIT, it says the session was too long (hundreds of minutes). Not sure why the sessions are continuing after I’m done. Once I “Save and Share”, I always review my workout to make sure any changes were correct. And at that time, my workout session time is correct and ended. Not sure if others have had this issue, but lately the session timer is kind of worthless if it’s way off.
  • Great app, questionable changes

    by Ez13k
    I think the app is great. It's always been my go to app for tracking workouts and I have stuck with it for a few years now. Has pretty much everything I want/need. I'm a little disappointed in the new update. For starters, the new timer seems rather intrusive. It's not bad intuitive to minimize it as it was before. Also, although a minor annoyance, I don't like how you can no longer adjust the weight for the upcoming set while the timer is running. At least not by scrolling..you now have to type it in. Something minor, but it was convenient/a feature I found beneficial. Along the same lines, once you finish the last set for an exercise, the screen no longer advances to the next exercise while the timer is running. Again, not a big issue or deal breaker, but more of an inconvenience. I felt like that functionality helped you see what's up next better to prepare/make adjustments. Otherwise, I'm still satisfied with the app and don't see myself looking for something else because of this.
  • Great app but I’m hesitant to update

    by ME9171716
    I’ve been using this app since it came out. That said. Despite this being my favorite workout out apps that I always recommend to people. Lately, there is a cycle of updates that fix bugs, but also introduce worse bugs than the ones the update fixed. For people that are serious about fitness that’s a little disheartening. When I workout I want to workout, not fight against bugs and a broken app. As a developer, I also know that bugs are going to happen, but some of these bugs are so obvious I can’t see how testing didn’t catch them. With the latest update the app seems to be pretty solid again. One issue I do have is using the phone app combined with watch app. IPhone XS Max and series 4 non cellular watch for reference. When you log a set with the watch you’d expect to see the rest timer counting down to your next set. 9/10 the log button appears as if it’s performing no action, yet when you open the phone app you’ll see the timer is actually counting down. Also, often when you log a set on the phone, you never get a notification on the watch that your rest is over. Keep up the good work but please do more tests before releasing updates.
  • Terrible functionality

    by Still doesn't work
    UPDATED REVIEW: For everyone, don’t be fooled by the average 5-star review (assuming they’re even real), the developer review replies or the numerous recent updates. The developers have simply ruined this app by adding lots of unnecessary layers and confusing clicks. You’ll see a bunch of “we hear you and promise our latest updates will fix everything!!” from the devs, it’s all garbage. As soon as I find a new app that lets me do the following with the least clicks — pick an exercise, enter weight/reps, finish — and does so without badgering me on “are you now done with your workout? Great workout ending regardless” [app quits while you’re pulling your hair out], then I’m done for good with JEFIT. This app has been ok for years to track basic lifting metrics. For some awful reason though, the latest update introduced numerous layers of clicks and confusing prompts. You get presented with nonsensical choices that read like “continue workout or remain exercising?” and similar bizarre pop ups. Next thing you know the app goes all “great workout goodbye!” even though you’ve only done one set. Would be happy to find an alternative.
  • Please develop watch app

    by FJBirchwood
    This is a great iPhone app. I’ve been using it for about a year and a half, and it has been great to track my progress in the gym. It is easy to use, has great built-in workouts that can be downloaded and is easy to add custom workouts as well. The downside- the watch app. I just bought a Series 3 watch, hoping I could leave my phone in my locker at the gym, but as of now the watch app is not stand alone. Please, please, please work on developing Jefit for Watch. The Apple Watch has many great built-in cardio apps, but there is nothing that tracks weightlifting. Since Jefit is the best weightlifting app for iPhone, it also needs to be for Apple Watch. Please develop- even if only one workout program is available, or if it needs to take up Watch hard drive space, that is fine too. I’m just tired of holding on to my phone throughout the gym every day.
  • Great free work out app

    by PhillipsDM
    I’ve been lifting weights 3-7 days a week for over 10 years. I’ve been looking for something different to do and my brother in law recommended this app. It’s been a nice change for me and I like that I work every muscle group twice a week. However, I have to look ahead and change the workouts (substitute some moves, add in a bunch). It will neglect to hit certain parts of certain muscles. For example, for the chest workout it only had me doing 2 different moves for my chest, 5 sets each but it didn’t have me doing anything to engage my upper chest. And I’ve had to do that for every workout. So as for a training tool, it’s great. But I wouldn’t recommend following it as is. I also wish that you could put in what equipment you have to eliminate some substitutions and narrow down your searches when you are scrolling through looking for moves to add.
  • Best app I've seen so far

    by jsc1138
    It took me a little while to get used to the user interface but this app is very versatile in letting you build the perfect workout with every exercise that you want to include in your sets. It's also the best I've seen for tracking strength progress which is important and many other apps don't do well (you can see what your reps and weight amounts were from the previous week as well as go back to your whole calendar of old logs). I just wish the search feature for adding exercises was better. I had to type in various slight different names of certain exercises before they finally popped up and I could add them to my routine when I first got the app. Other than that, it's amazing


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