Review: Fitness Totals

I have had the pleasure of testing out a new app from developers Jon Carl, Tory Martin, and Timothy Buck.

The app, Fitness Totals, was released today and coincides perfectly with Apple’s release of Fitness+ this past Monday.

Fitness Totals pulls your health data from your phone and displays it in a way that I have never seen before. At a glance I can see my totals for today, this week compared to last week plus a weekly average, and this month versus last month plus a monthly average and the same for annual stats.

Fitness Totals can easily provide you stats on the following fitness categories:

Steps, Standing, Walking/Running, Exercising, Cycling, Flights Climbed, Resting Calories Burned, Active Calories Burned, Wheelchair Pushes, Wheelchair Distance, Swimming Strokes, Swimming Distance, Downhill Snow Sports, Walking (Workout), Running (Workout), Hiking (Workout).

The best part of the app, in my opinion, are the widgets. To quickly be able to view my daily steps compared to the day before is extremely valuable. What is even more fun is being able to view the millions of steps I have taken over the years. To be honest, I don’t think I could have even guessed the number of steps I have taken over time so this was a fun little way to view that information.

All in all, it is a simple app. Fitness Totals provides its users with a quick and easy way to compare their workout stats.

You can download Fitness Totals on the App Store for $2.99

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