5/3/1 Workout logger - 531

5/3/1 Workout logger - 531

By Seetha Thangarasa

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-07-13
  • Current Version: 3.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 28.72 MB
  • Developer: Seetha Thangarasa
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 331 Ratings


Wendler 531 calculator 5/3/1 app to plan log and track your Jim Wendler's power lifting 5/3/1 and beyond 5/3/1 workout program. No more fiddling around with printed spreadsheets at the gym. Enter your current 1 rep max and the app will calculate and manage your Jim Wendler's 5/3/1 progression and workout program. The app will automatically layout the weights and reps for each workout day. A lot of customization's are available to make the Jim Wendler's 5/3/1 program to customize to achieve your own goals. Wendler 5/3/1 features - Calculates one rep max (IRPM) based on your current lifts - Configurable training max percentage - Warm-up sets included - Boring but big sets included - Different repschemes supported 5/3/1, 3/5/1, 8/6/3 and 5/5/5 - Custom boring but big sets percentages - 16 predefined assistance exercises ( customizable ) - Possibility to add your own assistance exercises - Plates calculator shows the plates to load - Rest timer with different lengths - Kg/Lb support - Progress charts to show your current 1 rep max and bodyweight - Track your body weight - Joker sets included - First set last ( AMRAP and custom variation ) - Triumvirate assistance exercises template - Configurable bar weights for the main lifts The app has a trial period of 3 weeks. All features are available during this trial period. Once the trial period is expired "5/3/1 Pro" feature is required to continue logging the 5/3/1 workouts. Additionally "Assistance workouts" feature is required to continue logging the assistance workouts. This app is not affiliated with Mr. Wendler(creator of the program). Please buy his book(s) to fully utilize the ideas behind 531!



  • Great App / Great Routine

    By stu1ove
    I’m really liking 5/3/1 as it makes lifting feasible on a tight schedule and is working great. It can be harder to track than many programs given all the changes to reps and weight that happen each week. This app has all the rules built in, even for thing like “Boring But Big”. It makes following the program super easy. It is also an intuitive app to use and works very well.
  • Mehh

    By vurtle81
    Is better on android. This version doesnt let you save assistance exercises for some reason. Also on Android u can change the weight for the entire exercise not just that one set like on this app.
  • feeling nickel-n-dimed

    By ElmerVonWeimar
    Maybe I missed the fine print, but there is a separate charge to keep track of supplementals. Wha-? Why? Like, “We’ll track your squats, but if you wanna add some lunges, it’s gonna cost ya.” This is a basic part of the workout, not some “special” add-on. Geeez. I paid for the app; they should include everything for a normal workout. Feels pretty cheap.
  • The best

    By planemanx15
    This is the best app when it comes to 5/3/1. Pay for the upgrades and you’ll be able customize your workouts to exactly what you want. There are so many options to help keep you on track.
  • Free version only good for a few weeks

    By Dr. Stepdeck
    I though this app was ok for a free app but then after a few weeks you have to pay $5 to keep it going and it’s just not worth it.
  • Alright but could use some tweaks

    By JDS4020
    Good calc, but glitchy. Can’t add exercises easily, and no way to type in weights - must use +/- buttons at .5 lb increments (long way to 315). Could be more user friendly but solid
  • 5/3/1

    By Tormiahjr
    Great app, would love to see it support Apple Watch in the future to track exercises!
  • 5/3/1 works well

    By Droidizill
    I’ve been using the program for a year. I’ve been making great gains with it. I can only give it 3 stars because of some of the flaws. For example, The future lifts never correspond with what the actual lifts are. In comparison to the 5/3/1 app that my lifting partner has on his Android, this is an inferior product. ....but, if you are going to do 5/3/1, this beats doing the math yourself.
  • Beyond 5/31

    By Pfipfis
    One of the most intuitive and feature rich 5/3/1 apps on the market. It also includes the Beyond 5/3/1 elements such as First Set Last(FSL) and Joker sets. Highly customizable and more than worth the cost. I’ve said good-bye to my paper based spreadsheet. I think Jim W. would approve.
  • 5-3-1

    By J Dre
    So I have compared the iPhone version vs the android and the android may have a few better features. The iPhone does not give a total weight for the workout and I had to buy the assistant feature also. A guy I workout with showed me this app so I bought the pro version with the assistants program but did not have all the features the android gets for free. Also not being able to delete sets after they have been added by mistake would be nice, which is also a feature on android. But the good items for the app that they both have... it makes tracking weights per set much easier and if your gym math is a little rough it will break the plates down for you. Also keeps a nice graph going to see progress of weights and volume. The assistant workouts after the main lifts r nice to track also and it does keep the last set of numbers from the previous workout. Sometimes it won’t load the same amount of sets but that is easy to remember if u always do 5 full sets. Oh and one more thing, I haven’t figured out how to remove an assistant lift that was preloaded that I don’t want to include with my workout. There is room for improvement for a paid app but then again it still beats having paper and a pen.