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Just 6 Weeks PRO

Just 6 Weeks PRO

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100 push-ups, 200 sit-ups, 20 pull-ups, 10 minute plank in only 6 weeks

4.7 Ratings 20K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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100 push-ups, 200 sit-ups, 20 pull-ups, 10 minute plank in only 6 weeks
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
20.3K+ Ratings
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  • Great app, would love to pay a subscription Sep 16, 2020

    By jinwkim
    Overall, this is a great app that helps me maintain physical strength. I would like to see holistic dashboards to show my progress over time, instead of having to click into individual exercises to view the relevant metrics. Also, the developer deserves to be properly compensated for this great work. Instead of charging a one-time $2.99 fee (which after Apple’s 30% cut is nominal) where the revenue will plateau without significant new growth in the user base, sell a $0.99/month subscription and focus on retaining your customer base.
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  • Apple Watch app needs work Oct 26, 2016

    By Stoney1989af
    iPhone app is great. Works as intended. The Apple Watch app however really needs to be independent of the iPhone app with periodic updates instead of a constant live stream update which it does now. Every time I complete a set it has to load the next screen from my iPhone . It does not work independently from this connection and is incredibly slow and has crashed a few times. I want to be able to use this app on my watch and then have it sync to my iPhone later or once the exercise for that day is completed. This slow loading and crashing has resulted in my Apple Watch saying I'm on week 1 day 3 and my iPhone saying I'm on day 3 because they didn't sync properly and I can't manually have them communicate. Please update the app so it can work independently on Apple Watch. Otherwise great app!
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  • Jul 6, 2020

    By Regis K.
    Good workout app. I love the slow progress. At first it seems easy but then picks up. Good and simple interface, editing, reordering workouts is very intuitive.
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  • Five Stars - Excellent Sep 15, 2017

    By DueLyric
    Simple to use, easy to just get lost in the movement you're doing because the app does the "thinking" for you. If you need to "superset", "look ahead", or tweak parameters then go take your complicated self elsewhere - this is for real folks that have lives and need an effective, efficient, progressive tracker and digital coach to get us fit and back to our lives without being "cerebral" about it. This app brilliantly does exactly what it promises, hands down. Bravo!
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By John Cowie
    An excellent app that builds up the process fairly easily. Very good if you want to get fitter, though occasionally there is a strange jump in difficulty occasionally.
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  • Ruined a good app Sep 7, 2018

    By Fya1317
    “An idea is good not when there’s no more left to add, but no more left to take away” This app was great, and it used to be my go to app for my home workout. Then, the developer went ahead and ruined it. Now, you need to make an account to use the app. Why? It’s a workout app. What on earth do you need my email or Facebook for? Oh, and better yet, the app forces you to enter your log in credentials EVERY TIME YOU OPEN IT. How ill-thought out and cumbersome. Wish I could roll the app back to when it was good, because this update was unneeded, uncalled for, and just plain stupid. Guess I’m off to find a different app to use, and I suggest all steer clear of this one.
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  • Great app, would love to pay a subscription Sep 16, 2020

    By jinwkim
    Overall, this is a great app that helps me maintain physical strength. I would like to see holistic dashboards to show my progress over time, instead of having to click into individual exercises to view the relevant metrics. Also, the developer deserves to be properly compensated for this great work. Instead of charging a one-time $2.99 fee (which after Apple’s 30% cut is nominal) where the revenue will plateau without significant new growth in the user base, sell a $0.99/month subscription and focus on retaining your customer base.
    more
  • Jul 6, 2020

    By Regis K.
    Good workout app. I love the slow progress. At first it seems easy but then picks up. Good and simple interface, editing, reordering workouts is very intuitive.
    more
  • Five Stars - Excellent Sep 15, 2017

    By DueLyric
    Simple to use, easy to just get lost in the movement you're doing because the app does the "thinking" for you. If you need to "superset", "look ahead", or tweak parameters then go take your complicated self elsewhere - this is for real folks that have lives and need an effective, efficient, progressive tracker and digital coach to get us fit and back to our lives without being "cerebral" about it. This app brilliantly does exactly what it promises, hands down. Bravo!
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  • Jun 16, 2020

    By Craig Spencer
    Love the app, been using on and off for five years. Would be good if you could add lunges as an exercise, also if it were possible to "superset" or create a circuit with two or more exercises to make best use of the rest time
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  • Better before overhaul Nov 20, 2018

    By Ecneicsteachjoelkeizer
    I liked the app before the complete rework. Frustrating not being able to see full workout when doing it. Also hard to understand the history with all mixed together and listing calories not reps. After second update it's much better. Just wish it didn't just erase all my current progress. Need a way to back up the database before updates erase it.
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By John Cowie
    An excellent app that builds up the process fairly easily. Very good if you want to get fitter, though occasionally there is a strange jump in difficulty occasionally.
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  • Nice May 4, 2016

    By Ouch sagn
    I like how in the app you have the 5 most basic all you need exercises to get into shape and the ability to keep track of you workouts and reminders. The only thing that I really want you to add ASAP is the ability to add/ track how many reps I do when I'm not doing the workout that is preset. Kinda how it's set up in the very beginning when you download the app and it tells you to do as many ___ you can. Something like that would be nice if I just feel like doing a set of whatever and I can just log it in and still keep track.
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  • Aug 8, 2020

    By Joel Loomis
    It's a good app. Great at keeping track of my workout. I didn't find any security issues.
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  • Awesome app for bodyweight strength training Oct 15, 2015

    By jstilly
    This is a great app for those who prefer body weight exercises over weight training! I have used it regularly since the beginning of September, and can see noticeable improvement in fitness and muscle tone. Would LOVE to see a circuit training feature, so that I can cycle through all five exercises with less rest. In week 4/5 with all five exercises, and sticking to the regiment is very time consuming. Would also be great to see lunges added to compliment the upper body stuff.
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  • May 6, 2020

    By Sam Winchester
    Good app but I wish I could reset my stats and add more sets.i really really wish youd add a daily total to the stats page so when I do multiple pushup workouts in the same da I can know when I get to 500
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  • Apple Watch app needs work Oct 26, 2016

    By Stoney1989af
    iPhone app is great. Works as intended. The Apple Watch app however really needs to be independent of the iPhone app with periodic updates instead of a constant live stream update which it does now. Every time I complete a set it has to load the next screen from my iPhone . It does not work independently from this connection and is incredibly slow and has crashed a few times. I want to be able to use this app on my watch and then have it sync to my iPhone later or once the exercise for that day is completed. This slow loading and crashing has resulted in my Apple Watch saying I'm on week 1 day 3 and my iPhone saying I'm on day 3 because they didn't sync properly and I can't manually have them communicate. Please update the app so it can work independently on Apple Watch. Otherwise great app!
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  • Don’t Buy for Watch App Oct 16, 2017

    By Your Standard Customer
    Worse than useless, the watch app is frustrating. The phone app is good, though I don’t understand why, at end of timer, I have to press number of push-ups to accomplish, then do it again when I’m done. There’s no timer or counter that I can find that requires this extra touch of the phone. And reminders, if not touched a certain way, are turned on and appear to only offer 12 midnight as the time. Finally found out you can, in fact, change the time but that bug is a usability issue.
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  • Some suggestions May 12, 2020

    By Phooman
    I like the fact that I can view my progress via a line chart. I would like the option of turning off exercises I am not using. (Edit: Update allows sorting which is good enough for me.) It would be handy to see the number of reps from last time while I am performing each exercise so I know which number to beat. Edit: Plank exercise will not continue counting while you are out of the app....I like to multitask and distract myself from the pain ;) Unable to manually edit reps/count is a nuisance :(
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  • Ruined a good app Sep 7, 2018

    By Fya1317
    “An idea is good not when there’s no more left to add, but no more left to take away” This app was great, and it used to be my go to app for my home workout. Then, the developer went ahead and ruined it. Now, you need to make an account to use the app. Why? It’s a workout app. What on earth do you need my email or Facebook for? Oh, and better yet, the app forces you to enter your log in credentials EVERY TIME YOU OPEN IT. How ill-thought out and cumbersome. Wish I could roll the app back to when it was good, because this update was unneeded, uncalled for, and just plain stupid. Guess I’m off to find a different app to use, and I suggest all steer clear of this one.
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