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GymGoal for iPhone

GymGoal for iPhone is a native iPhone application (more info and support)

This site hosts - a web application, hosted in the Internet and accessed through a web browser.

Interactive training programs

Customized workouts match your level.
Interactive program adjusts to your results.
Easy-to-follow illustrated instructions show proper form.
Smart program analyzes your results and advices you how to improve them.

Organize your nutrition

Calculate your nutrition goals.
Ad your foods and recipes to Gymgoal's 6,700+ foods library.
Use logs and charts to examine your progress.

My Nutrition demo

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weightlifting or sports?

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and it's free!

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Schedule your workouts

Schedule your strength and cardio workouts.
Use one of our ready-to-use customizable workouts or enter your current routine.
Enter once - Access anywhere.

My Workout demo

Log your workouts and measurements

View your log for any day in the past.
GymGoal calculates your potential and your body fat percent from your measurements.
Use charts to examine your progress.

Measurements demo

Muscle Tip of the Day

Keep the number of sets down for smaller muscle groups. Have you ever seen someone doing 15 sets of bicep curls every arm workout? They do barbell curls, incline dumbbell curls, preacher curls, spider curls and concentration curls in one workout. And they never make any progress! The right way to train smaller muscle groups is to chose 1 or 2 exercises and perform them 3-4 sets each. If you are working as hard as you can each set, there is no way you will have enough energy to 12-15 sets. Think quality - not quantity.

Fit Tip of the Day

To prevent snoring, try losing weight, eating an earlier dinner, keeping your mouth closed with store-bought aids or using a nose-guard that discourages snoring. Sleeping on your side is better than sleeping on your back which tends to encourage snoring. Allergies can also cause snoring so check with your allergist and take proper medication for your allergies. Avoid alcohol and/or sleeping pills. Both can cause super relaxation of the tongue and soft pallet at the back of the throat which can cause snoring. Products to prevent snoring are plentiful. Some work; some don't. Check with your doctor before trying them. Readers send good reports on a new product of herbs and natural digestive enzymes called Snore MD. Surgery is a last resort when all else fails.

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