High-density workouts are my go-to format because I want my weightlifting to be intense, fast paced, and short. But tracking them is very inefficient. Especially if you’re using a timer, pen, and paper. When I started doing EDT (Escalating Density Training) based workouts back in 2015, I couldn’t find any apps to help me track them, so I created my own, publishing the first version that same year.
The app did exactly what I needed it to do: help me work harder during the allocated workout time. But lately I found myself wanting more out of it. For example, I wanted to be able to have more than four workouts. I used to train 3-4 times a week, but now it’s more like 4-6 times a week. I also wanted to be able to set different durations for different workouts. For example, most of the time I don’t have more than 30 minutes (including warmup) to train. But on some days, I do. And finally, the iOS platform has changed quite a bit since 2015, and I wanted to make sure the app is up to date.
At the core, the new version of Split Workouts is the same as the initial version. It allows for easy tracking of four timed exercises per workout.
What’s different is that now I can also:
High-density workouts have worked really well for me. If you’d like to give them a try, I hope this app helps you as much as it helped me.
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