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ROSENBERGERE SparkPoints: (19,634)
Fitness Minutes: (19,268)
Posts: 52
2/16/14 7:59 P

I really like jefit. It's given me results. I just make a grouping on sp and then add the grouping every time I do it.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,282)
Fitness Minutes: (14,252)
Posts: 9,689
2/16/14 6:39 P

The sparkpeople app has the fitness tracker integrated in it. You can track strength from there, although I find it tedious and don't track individual exercises. I keep notes, and enter that, then do a generic strength training entry in my fitness tracker.

MPLANE37 SparkPoints: (65,234)
Fitness Minutes: (35,097)
Posts: 2,167
2/16/14 3:38 P

I use Fitocracy. It syncs to Fitocracy site.

SARAHANN01 SparkPoints: (1,660)
Fitness Minutes: (930)
Posts: 124
2/15/14 6:22 A

I use JEFIT. I use the free version, and it has everything I need. It also does not sync to Spark though. I do not know of a strength training app that does that. The app works well on both my iPhone and my husband's Android phone.

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (113,406)
Fitness Minutes: (111,081)
Posts: 13,492
2/15/14 5:30 A

I use fitnote. It is really great but does not sync to Spark.

LILSIS70 Posts: 4
2/14/14 8:19 P

Does anyone of suggestions for an App to log Strength Training. I have an android phone and would love to be able to Sync my training to SparkPeople.

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