Fortitudo web platform released

Fortitudo web platform released

Fortitudo 42.do is an advanced application for tracking your training progress.
At first, we released just an Android application and it’s been the only platform supported for quite some time now, but from today on everything changes – you can use a brand new, responsive web application that will help to achieve your fitness goals!


 

If you’re a fitness enthusiast (like me and some friends of mine), it’s highly possible that you keep track (or at least try) of your workout routines in some way. You may write them down in your notebook, share with other folks on public forums or use an application to store the training logs.
And this is where Fortitudo comes in handy – not only you can keep track of your physical activities (including details such as repetitions, weights, training dates, notes etc.) but you can actually generate a customized training plan that will be calculated based on your current results (e.g. personal bests in selected exercises). And there’s much more to that like publishing new records, displaying stats etc.

List of training plans in Fortitudo.

List of training plans in Fortitudo.

The application has been available on Android explicitly for a long time now (but no worries, there’s a whole backend with RESTful API and your data is safely stored in the cloud). Many people asked us what about the other platforms – we’re still working on the native application for iOS, but from now on, you can go to the app.42.do and start using a responsive web application.

Just to be clear – you can use either Android or Web App interchangeably – under the same account, all of the data is, of course, being synchronized.
Speaking of Android application – it has more features than the actual version of the web application, as it was our first and primary target, but no worries, we will keep updating web platform to achieve the same level of features if possible.

One more thing before I end this short, marketing post – we’re working on the support for workouts such as CrossFit, barbell complexes and so on – including built-in timers and other great functionalities. So in a near future (hopefully) Fortitudo should be able to support the most popular types of training plans.

Do not hesitate to check out the remaining videos on our YouTube channel where we present the most important features.

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