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RPM - Reps Per Minute Interval Workout Trainer with Vocal Timer and Counter

$0.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Sports
  • Health & Fitness
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When you exercise or do interval training, do you hate keeping track of your reps, your exhertion times and your rest times? With RPM, you can focus on the task, not on the time or the count. RPM is an app that manages the rep count and times in a sequence of stacked intervals custom built by you to suit your needs. Once the workout is designed, it is simply a matter of hitting start and working hard to keep pace until the entire sequence of intervals is done.

• The core element is the INTERVAL. Individual intervals can be created, deleted, edited, duplicated, and reordered. By way of analogy, the "Interval" is like a "Song" in a media software.
• A WORKOUT is a sequential stack of intervals, "playing" one after another. There is no limit to the number of workouts a user can save (e.g. "Mon-Wed-Fri Workout", "Tues-Thurs Workout", etc). Individual workouts can be created, deleted, edited, duplicated or reordered. By way of analogy, the "Workout" is like a "playlist" of songs.
• The counting in an Interval are all pre-recorded audio ("1", "2", "3", etc.) in a male or female voice (user selectable).
• As the user, you can optionally record within an interval some identifier so that you know what interval to prepare for next.
• Between the counting, there can be ticks, which are user selectable from 3 different non-human sounds like: beep, woodblock or click. Their volume can be adjusted relative to the main counted beat.

Example usage (after user has set up at least one workout or is using sample workout)
1. User selects workout and presses first Interval/Set and presses PLAY
2. The user hears the name of the interval (if they recorded it with their own voice) and then a 10 second countdown with the words "10-tick-tick-tick-tick-5-4-3-2-1"
3. The app starts counting first saved interval. This interval was programmed by the user to be a 2-beat interval with 30 reps at 30 reps per min (RPM). It has an audio cadence of "tick-1-tick-2-tick-3-etc" with the tick and the spoken numbers counting up to 30. Total interval time was 1 minute.
4. The app now plays the name of the next interval (again, which the user recorded) and a 45 second rest now starts, with the app speaking the number "45-tick-tick-30-20-10-5-4-3-2-1" There are seconds ticks every 10 with each number
5. The app starts counting second saved interval. This interval was programmed by the user to be a 4-beat interval with 20 reps at 15 reps per min (RPM). It has an audio cadence of "tick-tick-tick-1-tick-tick-tick-2-tick-tick-tick-3-etc" with the tick and the spoken numbers counting up to 20. Total interval time was 1 minute 20 seconds.
6. And so on for as many of the "active" intervals the user set up for this workout.

---SCREENS---
INTERVAL:
Name (keyed in plus recordable Identifier)
Detailed Description
Speed Dial - RepsPerMin Qty (touch sensitive, left and right to raise and lower RPM).
RepsQty - Number of reps
Time Amount of time it takes to complete interval
Ticks Per Rep (0,1,2,3,4,5,6):
Rest After, in Seconds:
Live Preview-Sound Indicator
Done button when done editing

WORKOUT:
Name
Detailed Description
Total time of all included intervals
The sequential stack of saved Intervals
Start/Pause
Navigate to ALL WORKOUTS

WORKOUTS
List of all workouts showing name and total time
Buttons for creating, editing, duplicating, deleting or reordering
Navigate to ALL INTERVALS

ALL INTERVALS
List of all intervals showing name and total time
Buttons for creating, editing, duplicating, deleting or reordering
Navigate to WORKOUTS

PREFERENCES:
Voice: male (default)/female
Beat sound: Tick (default), Beep, Woodblock