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Great app but I can't tap on the upper back pins because of the label for the head. Once that is fixed 5 stars for sure.
~IZZO~ on Dec 24, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Love app except...
I love this app but I cannot click on the pins for the upper traps/back because the neck label is in the way. 5 stars once this is fixed.
Bevan Cox on Dec 20, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Great app
Great app for ppl that workout and are looking for new exercises to target specific muscles. One of the better apps out on the market
Shhhmmmeeee on Dec 18, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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It is a nice application but needs a timer in order to be useful for gym sessions.
AMNY111 on Dec 11, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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This is the best app ever. Am shocked how good it looks
Javier650 on Dec 10, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Great concept, flawed execution
I used iMuscle to create a few workouts to help get back in shape, and found it to be a frustrating experience. The first frustration -- huge lists of exercises in a small pane you have to scroll through and drag-and-drop in a very small pane below. Surely some sort of typing can be brought into play to make it go faster -- especially if you are looking for "arms" and find that you have to scroll up to "upper arms" or don't realize traps are "chest" muscles. The second, greater, frustration was that once you drop the exercises into place, you can't move them around or switch them up. Sometimes you can, mostly you can't, especially if the exercise is at the bottom (because if you try and drop a new exercise below it, it won't appear.) This was way frustrating. You can't just work in any old order, you go from big muscles to small, and this throws everything around. Sure, real weightlifters wouldn't do more than four or so exercises, and would work splits. But most users are probably not weightlifters (who don't need a fancy iPhone gadget to keep their exercise routines organized). Get it together, and this could be an amazing app. The lifting animations are fantastic. But they're not much help if you can't use the app for weightlifting workouts.
KPCOFGS on Dec 5, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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