Clear Sky’s latest release provides users with a holistic workout strategy that tracks progress and adjusts its recommended routine as the user advances through the program
If you’re a workout enthusiast, you’re more than likely familiar with the term ‘superset’; a circuit of specific individual exercise sets performed in a given order that, once completed, is repeated from the beginning.
Supersets are important because they tie a workout together, thereby allowing the practitioner to target a specific fitness goal.
Any serious fitness nut knows this. So, shouldn’t any serious fitness app work the same way?
Glad you think so. Clear Sky agrees with you.
Messing with your rhythm
The Israeli app studio, Clear Sky, has for some time now been responsible for one of the most successful paid-for downloadable workout app series on the market. But as we’ve already successfully argued, what’s an app series without a superset-type organizing feature built in?
Given that the buff geeks over at Clear Sky are not the all brawn, no brains types, the tech-jocks eventually figured out that their series would be far more effective if they had a linking mechanism to tie all the apps, and all your workouts, together.
The latest release by Clear Sky provides users with a holistic workout strategy that tracks progress and adjusts its recommended routine as the user advances through the program – not app, program. Because that’s really what this latest release actually is: A holistic workout program experience.
Benny Shaviv, CEO and Founder of Clear Sky Apps, spoke to this very point saying, “…now that we are integrating [our program] into a family of inter-connected apps, our users will be able to better tailor and structure their exercise schedule, providing them with an unmatched holistic workout program.”
How much do you bench?
Specific programing includes workout variations involving sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups and squats, and the most downloaded 5K runner and training apps for running 10k and 21k, according to the company.
Clear Sky’s workout apps are available for iOS8 and iPhone, and they’re compatible with Apple HealthKit, Nike+ and other similar platforms. To date, the company boasts over 25 million downloads total for its apps, with each sporting a 5 star rating on the App Store.
However, if you’re interested in trying out this program, you should know that there is a minimal fitness level requirement. You can test yourself rather easily, though, to see if you meet that requirement by attempting the following exercise:
Step #1 – Lift finger.
Step #2 – Click here.