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Way to hard to edit workouts needs to be simple and easy
conner9545. on Jun 28, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Pretty good
Overall it's a really good app. But whenever I click a blue pinpoint thing and the exercise and stretching thing comes up, its all messed up. There is only a left arrow and no right arrow. This annoys me. Also, it won't let scroll to see all of the exercises and stretches!!! I and many other users would really appreciate it if u guys could fix this problem. But overall good app!!!
Christophony on Jun 27, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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This app was horrible it didn't help at all and it was very slow I wouldn't recommend it to anyone
Spud0823 on Jun 27, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Great app. I workout and this app really helps me identify the muscle groups I'm using and has helped me to re-define my workouts. Kudo's to these guys - a very useful, cool and well thought out application.
Rainesman on Jun 27, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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More simple!!!
I'm giving this a low rating because of the poor UI. The app itself is quite good and has a lot of potential. 1-why is it so hard to edit my workouts? 2-why is it so hard to create multiple workouts (these things should be quite obvious) 3-the buttons are TOO small!!!! It's really hard to click 'done' after a rep. Make the UI better and this will be a great app.
Mghough on Jun 27, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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Fun overview of what muscles do
It's cute; it's fun; it shows you where your major muscles are and what kind of movements use them and, wonderfully, what kind of movements stretch them. Is it a detailed guide to working out? No. Is it a super reference for studying anatomy? No. There is no information on proper form for the exercises/stretches shown, and not all of the muscles are shown. But it gives you a great general idea of what is where and what to do with it.
WPtarmigan on Jun 26, 2011 for iMuscle 2
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