expired (Android) Free Gym Mentor Pro (Was $0.99) @ Google Play

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Gym Mentor Pro provides you various workouts to achieve desired body & fitness goals.

Gym Mentor Pro is like having a Personal Trainer in your pocket. You’ll quickly improve fitness, strength, tone, muscle or use it to count the calories you burn as part of your weight loss/weight gain program.

Features:
Gym Mentor have Various types of Categories line

  1. Bulky Body: If you want to become bulky with big muscles, you can go with this category. This category contains various types of workouts. Each and every workout is represented in Image.

  2. Lean Body: If you want to become Lean with muscles, you can go with this category. This category contains various types of workouts. Each and every workout is represented in Image.

  3. Six Pack: If you want Six Pack, you can go with this category. This category contains various types of workouts. Each and every workout is represented in Image.

  4. Food Diet: This category contains Food Diet for above Body workout programs.

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  • +6 votes

    Thanks OP, I'm going to be huge.

    • -1 vote

      I love this app. I started watching the videos for "Military Press", watching a video so easy to do, way better than working out yourself. I only have to watch the videos right? Not do any of the workouts myself :-)

  • -1 vote

    Gym Mentor Pro is like having a Personal Trainer in your pocket.

    So it's like having a pro in your pocket?

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    I am going to create an app to teach people how to masturbate. But first I need to learn programming.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, downloaded 5

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    What's the difference between Bulky muscle and lean muscle? What do ladies prefer men to have?

  • +3 votes

    you also have to work out 7 days a week …

  • +1 vote

    BYO mirror though. Everyone knows you can't get huge without looking in a mirror after/during every set.

  • +1 vote

    Food section :
    Apparently to be lean eat several servings of eggs a day. Modern day nutritionists say 1 egg = 60% of recommended daily intake of cholesterol. Deleted!

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      Apparently to be lean eat several servings of eggs a day. Modern day nutritionists say 1 egg = 60% of recommended daily intake of cholesterol. Deleted!

      While I agree with you that this app is full of misinformation (you should probably neg the deal, it's full of bs in the workouts as well), I disagree about avoiding eggs and about these nutritionists being "Modern day". This myth was busted around 3-4 years ago from memory.

      Our livers produce way more cholesterol than what we could consume via food each day. If you consume more cholesterol in your diet, your liver will produce less to compensate.

      I eat between 3-8 eggs per day (including the yolk) and have below average cholesterol levels. I used to have high cholesterol.

      https://ketodietapp.com/Blog/post/2017/11/07/high-cholestero...
      https://www.dietdoctor.com/the-times-more-eggs-please-choles...

      (sorry for the crappy sources, there are scientific papers out there as well)

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    So apparently, for 'lean muscle, I should do 20 -> 18 -> 15 sets of pushups.
    But for 'bulky muscle', I should do 12 -> 10 -> 8 sets of pushups.
    i.e., this is misinformation.

    It's also just providing a generic workout plan for each goal ('bulky muscle', 'lean muscle', etc).
    This misinformation doesn't need to be provided via an app, a reddit post would have been sufficient.
    Bulky vs lean has more to do with nutrition anyway.

    Additionally, it keeps prompting me to give it a review on the play store. I would expect that from crappy free apps (and only after a few uses, not as soon as I open the app), not "paid" apps.

    Also, those (as one of the reviews on the play store called them) '1970's sketches' of the exercises are useless. You're better off heading over to bodybuilding.com and watching videos / reading descriptions of how to perform each workout.

    OP probably has good intentions sharing this, but I'm going to have to neg.
    It's not worth $0, let alone $1.

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    The Bulk and lean programs are suggesting 400 rep gym routines. For a newbie, untrained or inexperienced gym goer this is dangerous. I'd say it would be overtraining for most people. You would also have to use very little or no weight to get 25 reps. While it could work, it should come with the appropriate safety warnings.

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