Bodyweight Fitness

Bodyweight Fitness

By Damian Mazurkiewicz

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-07-26
  • Current Version: 1.7.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 99.23 MB
  • Developer: Damian Mazurkiewicz
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 848 Ratings


Level up your fitness and strength, gain flexibility and learn more about calisthenics. Make a healthy change in your life by becoming more active, aware and motivated. Exercises are presented in an easy and simple way to understand. Choose exercises relevant to your fitness level in the given sections. You can choose progression difficulty for some exercises. • Log your workouts - save number of sets, weight and time for each exercise (you choose what to log). • Beautiful Graphs to visualize logged workouts. • Timer - automatically saves your progress to the workout log. • Watch full videos for each exercise. • Switch routines - choose between Bodyweight Fitness (Recommended Routine), Starting Stretching (Flexibility Routine) and Molding Mobility (Flexibility Routine). • Workout Log - track your progress with beautiful statistics. • Use dashboard to explore the whole routine tree. • Export your workout log as a CSV file. • Rest Timer after each set - customizable in settings. No extra permissions required. No network connection required, all videos are available offline as high quality MP4 videos. This app is advert free, if you like it please purchase an in-app-purchase purely treated as a donation.



  • My go to.

    By Jayams22
    My go to for my current bodyweight exercise routine.
  • Good

    By scienceget
    Does what it says
  • Great app! Love the design.

    By Zak ajdibwnshakwnbxhssb
    Seen great results in the few weeks since I've started this program. In terms of design, I prefer this over other body weight fitness apps out there. Ideas for improvements: Anyway to keep the timer running while the app is minimized? Also, a change in background color or other visual cue for when the timer is running would be amazing! Keep up the good work.
  • Surprised by how good this is especially for athletes

    By GODF1R3
    I'm a powerlifter and strength coach, currently branching out into Calisthenics. This is the best app for calisthenics I have seen for probably 90% of people. It keeps everything very simple but offers a depth level of progressions from very basic levels to high level gymnastics strength training. I'm loving the breakdown of mobilization exercises as the warmup, great classic stuff. The only workout app you need. Thanks for this, and good luck to all the devs involved.
  • Almost perfect!

    By Wolkster
    Fantastic app- I appreciate this as a redditor from the bodweight fitness subreddit. One issue: when resting between sets, I found that if I let the app run in the background and go to my music app, the timer appears to slow down/pause.
  • Extremely helpful for the RR

    By FGggthbgtg
    Could use some more QoL features, too lazy to elaborate.
  • Awesome and effortless

    By Photo dork
    I love this app and have been using it for 8 months or so and it has been nothing but helpful in making me stay the course. There have been weeks and months where it felt like I wasn't making as much progress but but I consistently did it 3-5 times a week and basically with this app I've been able to accomplish a 1-2 second handstand. I started from a 8-10 second wall plank, so definitely progress and I definitely have a ways to go but I couldn't do it without this app.
  • Perfect For Reddit’s Routine

    By gabrielpaipa
    I love that the exercise progressions are already coldest and easy to change. I still have to figure out how to easily keep track of the amount of l-sit reps and such small details. Also, having offline videos is incredibly useful.
  • Two complaints

    By technosnob
    Easy to follow, versatile routine translated into a clear process by the app. This all appears to have been done in service if the Reddit community that is popularizing this workout, making it free to everyone. If there’s room for improvement it’s by building in the necessary omissions for beginners. The written instructions on which this routine is based are clear that the pull-ups and dips portion should be omitted until you can do 3X8 diamond pushups and 3X8 horizontal rows. The same is true of omitting the handstand training until you can hold a straight arm plank for a minimum of 30 seconds. Perhaps there’s some way of ‘unlocking’ these once the necessary progressions have been reached. Lastly, the bigger problem is how annoying it is to switch between exercises using the arrows. Millimeter accuracy is necessary and I often get frustrated with the app.
  • Good basic workout

    By redlane65
    But it needs a little work. One of the things I would like to see is how I am progressing through the routines (2 Of 9, 6 Of 9, etc).