Track your fitness achievements with MetricMe

John Emmert
J. Emmert|12.15.14

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John Emmert
December 15, 2014 6:30 PM
In this article: exercise, fitness, health, iOS, MetricMe, review
Track your fitness achievements with MetricMe
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Most of us are competitive whether we are playing tennis or golf, video games, or just about in everything we do. However working out and getting fit is an individual activity. You can only measure your success or failures against yourself. MetricMe is a free universal app running on iOS 7.0 that provides users with a way to measure just where they are and compete against those levels each time they exercise.

MetricMe offers users a way to keep track of just how well they are doing in a variety of areas. Users can track bodyweight exercises such as push-ups and pull-ups, or weightlifting both the amount of weight being lifted and the number of times you make the lift, timed workouts, and body measurements. Users can set up MetricMe in a way that best fits their particular workout regimen and then measure what you do. The app saves that information so the next time you workout you will have a bar set so you can equal or surpass your previous accomplishments.

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First you go through all the available options and pick the type of exercises you will be doing. In each area you can then provide details on your workout plans. For example in Weightlifting you could do squats and then do the exercise, recording how much weight you used and how many times you successfully lifted that weight. Then you can set a goal with a time limit like in the next month or in two months, then how much weight you want to be lifting by the deadline and how many times you need to be lifting it. Follow the same procedure for each of your selected exercises.

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The app gives users a great deal of flexibility in tracking what they do. If you do a lift with the same weight 10 times and do four sets of 10 you can record that. If you use a different weight in each set you can track that or the same weight but each set had a different number of lifts you can record all those too. Use the app to record each of your workouts and the app tracks your progress supplying you with a history of when you worked and just what exercises you did and how successful you were each time.

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Overall MetricMe works best for users who know what physical measurements are important to them and want to track their progress as they try to improve their performance in these areas.

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