Weight x Reps Workout Tracker

(Originally posted Nov 8, 2013)


Check out Weight x Reps,  hands down the best online workout tracker.


  • track any exercise
  • calculates statistics, PR history, charts, overall volume per exercise, intensity
  • no silly points
  • straight forward input notation with auto completion

Cons: No data export option. I asked the developer and he said that data export export is planned for the future.

Update 19.01.2014:

  • The data export feature has been added for people who make a donation to the service.
  • New Feature: follow people’s training logs and comment on them

Price: Free, the service depends on your donations.



Here is an Example of a logged workout:

weightxreps sample workout


Don’t want to use an external service? Use a simple Google Spreadsheet.

  • Anony1

    This is a great app

  • Vanz

    Used weightxreps for ages now, surprised more people aren’t on to it. Really aesthetically pleasing way to view progression as well.

  • steve

    what does EFF and INT stand for?

    • http://www.allthingsgym.com/ Gregor

      INT is Intensity. EFF is Efficiency

      100% EFF = your heaviest estimated 1RM.
      100% INT = the heaviest weight you ever lifted.

      For more info send Pablo (the developer) a message. This is his profile http://weightxreps.net/journal/tlast2o12dude

      • steve

        awesome thanks. I was trying to search around the site for the information.
        The first day I logged my workout.. i thought it was a pain in the ass… but after two or three days of using it, I am completely sold! Love the layout

  • Cillian McNamara

    Gregor have you spotted any high standard athletes logging journals on weightxreps? Would be cool if even some national level guys were using it and we could see their logs.