Gymatic Workout Tracker

Gymatic Workout Tracker

By Vimo Labs Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-10-03
  • Current Version: 4.6.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 80.67 MB
  • Developer: Vimo Labs Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,718 Ratings


*** Featured by Apple in "New Apps We Love", Apple Watch App Store, and Apple Health&Fitness category. *** Gymatic (a.k.a VimoFit) is the first and only app to automatically identify your exercises, count your repetitions, and log your workouts. What is more, it auto tracks many stats no human can track. Bring science to your workout! Our mind-blowing technology has been featured on AOL, Mashable, TechCrunch, Huffington Post, and more… - Gymatic not only auto log exercises and count reps, it also collect many advanced stats for each set, such as * Heart rate (average and max) (only when using Apple Watch) * Rest and work time (work time only starts when you move, rest time starts as soon as movement ends. No need to mess with timer when you need to rest after a set, it is all automatic.) * Velocity * Power * Tempo * Rep speed * Form consistency * Range consistency * Speed consistency - Connect with Apple Health app to read heart rate and contribute to activity rings. - Get more accurate calories burned feedback then with typical fitness trackers because Gymatic knows EXACTLY which exercises you’re performing! - It takes just 3 seconds to train any new exercise so there’s no limit to how many exercises Gymatic can track. - Gymatic tracks your Crossfit, bodybuilding, weightlifting, strength training, HIIT workouts, TRX training, kettlebell training, calisthenics, machine exercises, and much much more! - Stay motivated with remarkable progress tracking including 1 rep max estimates, calories burned and all advanced stats. - Support both FreeForm mode, where you can perform any exercises, and Guided mode, where Watch/Phone guides you through a pre-programmed workout. - Many workouts are included + unlimited workouts shared by the community. - Track your indoor cardio and accurately count calories for running, cycling, rowing, elliptical, and stair stepper. Tips: - Wear your watch just a little higher on your wrist than usual. (above the bone) - Tighten the watch on your wrist. (just snug, not a death grip) - Want to track Leg Press? Strap phone to your leg. Or keep hands on your leg to move along. Developer Note: This is a new technology and you’re one of the first to try it out! We know it’s not perfect yet. Please help us improve the app for everyone by reporting bugs to Tutorial and FAQ are at Visit this support site for questions and answers. In-App Subscription Details: Gymatic Premium subscription is $4.99 per month / $29.99 per year and operates on a 30 / 365 day cycle. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the cost of $4.99 / $29.99. You may manage your Subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your user Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchases a subscription to Gymatic Premium. Terms of use: Privacy policy: ‎



  • Great App for Weight Training

    By Freakifnature
    Finally, an app tailored for weight training that is easy to use and syncs seamlessly between IPhone and Apple Watch. I’ve tried half a dozen other apps which left a lot to be desired. Customizing workouts with Gymatic is easy and fast. My hat is off to the builders who obviously know what they’re doing.
  • Update

    By allanklu
    Please update for watchOS 6. Does not work. Otherwise nice app. Work on auto reps a little more too. Otherwise I’d continue paying for it. Even a little more....
  • Outstanding app. Long time user.

    By Calexerciser12
    This app is great for bodyweight CC. Beats all other apps.Excellent app
  • No support

    By aciernml
    Unable to access account. States I have account tried to change password never received email still paying for nothing and no customer support text email or phone line poor service
  • I tried desperately... but it actually HINDERED MY WORKOUT

    By RodFilm
    I was, until 1 minute ago— our if frustration, just canceled premium. Maybe in some distant future this app will work but the “auto-dect” is crazy. It’s is accurate maybe 15% the other 85% I was deleting erroneous sets that came from nowhere, many times, I was just standing. The settings don’t work properly either... ie; I “turned off auto detect” to “promote to learn” it still auto detected. The interface is very complicated as well, I am not a genius but I have created small office networks so I know technology OK and this was for me, very “unintuitive.”
  • Get with the program

    By cparker2000
    Get with the program and allow some kind of password management! Not even paste into the password field. Hard pass!
  • Time for an update!

    By Traffamily
    I still like using the app, but it seems there could be an update to the watch which still doesn’t always count properly or recognize when I am working out. Also, it would be nice to adjust the heart rate zones and remember my changes settings instead of having to redo them every time I reopen the app.
  • Really great but it’s been crashing!

    By Mousabh
    The app works amazingly, I have it for more than 3 years but in the last few months and after an update the app crashes mid workout and all changes to sets and weights are lost, the workout is not recorded and the whole exercise is lost, really unreliable as of now
  • Excellent workout logs

    By Zaid.Moreno
    Before the app I used to log my workouts on a notebook ie. name of workout, sets & reps. Gymatic uses the accelerometer on the watch to recognize the workout you’re doing and the # of reps you did. You can either do a Guided workout which you prep before hand and then follow or FreeForm. Say you just wanna do some random pushups & sit-ups then you’d choose FreeForm.
  • Works, Great Concept, a bit Quirky Sometimes

    By i_Scott
    Gymnastic works surprising well. Most exercises track automatically and I love the logs it creates. I especially enjoy the watch app. No bulky phone needed. Its a bit like having a trainer on your wrist. I’d rate this 5 stars but the watch version isn’t as intuitive as it could be. It gets confusing when you try to edit existing sets— do you tap? press and hold then tap? swipe? am I editing the current exercise or a future exercise? Also, the haptic feedback is hit-or-miss. If the screen is off, you don’t always feel or hear the rest stopwatch. Despite the quirks, it’s an impressive product and I look forward to future improvements.