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Training Software

I thought I would invest in some good training software so that I can track my progress easier.

Anyone use training software? If so what kind?

Excel Advanced series spreadsheet.

It even totals the volume after plugging in sets, reps and weight.

I use this website http://www.musclejournal.co.uk
you can actually do quite a lot with it and it’s free.

That’s my site (musclejournal).

Thanks for recommending it :slight_smile:

I have lots of stuff i’m planning to do with it over the coming months, but I’m swamped with work right now so haven’t upgraded the software for a while. Still, what’s there should work OK!

Thanks for the replies guys.

I’m looking for something (among other things) where I can find my best ever bench press, or dead just by plugging in the words “bench” or “dead.”

Then the exact workout where I did my best lift in whatever category I plug in will come up.

Does everyone follow what I mean?

BUMP A ROO BONZIA

edders: i’m pretty sure that musclejournal does that. every workout it’ll tell you if you’ve broken your own PBs, etc…

take a look around:

(obsession - if you read this - i hope you dont mind me pimping your journal but you’ve been using it a lot!)

http://www.musclejournal.co.uk/view.aspx?U=Obsession

Thanks guys

[quote]ranmao wrote:
I use this website http://www.musclejournal.co.uk
you can actually do quite a lot with it and it’s free.[/quote]

Awesome free tool!

Whats the catch?

[quote]brucevangeorge wrote:
ranmao wrote:
I use this website http://www.musclejournal.co.uk
you can actually do quite a lot with it and it’s free.

Awesome free tool!

Whats the catch?[/quote]

The catch is your avatar and it catches me everytime you post. Since you have changed it.

Props to you BTW. I have seen some decent posts by you.

[quote]brucevangeorge wrote:
ranmao wrote:
I use this website http://www.musclejournal.co.uk
you can actually do quite a lot with it and it’s free.

Awesome free tool!

Whats the catch?[/quote]

No catch, I’m a freelance software developer and generally I get paid all day to write boring stuff for other people (banks mostly)

I love programming etc. so this site helps me keep my skills current and play around with new technology, if it means anything to anyone i’ve used .NET 2.0, ATLAS (AJAX), the next updates will be using the 3.0 framework and LINQ etc…

if anything it’ll help me get contract work - if someone asks for proof of skills at an interview, i can point them at MJ and say ‘i did that’

glad y’all like. remember it’s by no means finished at all yet.

[quote]jim2406 wrote:
brucevangeorge wrote:
ranmao wrote:
I use this website http://www.musclejournal.co.uk
you can actually do quite a lot with it and it’s free.

Awesome free tool!

Whats the catch?

No catch, I’m a freelance software developer and generally I get paid all day to write boring stuff for other people (banks mostly)

I love programming etc. so this site helps me keep my skills current and play around with new technology, if it means anything to anyone i’ve used .NET 2.0, ATLAS (AJAX), the next updates will be using the 3.0 framework and LINQ etc…

if anything it’ll help me get contract work - if someone asks for proof of skills at an interview, i can point them at MJ and say ‘i did that’

glad y’all like. remember it’s by no means finished at all yet.[/quote]

Very nice work and much appreciated.