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24 Aug 14
I’m new here & wondering whether anyone’s found a good android app to set & time intervals e.g. 3 intervals of 30 seconds with 1.5 minutes of rest?
Hi again, I just answered my own question 🙂 For anyone interested, I’ve found a Tabata app & an HIIT Interval Timer. Cheers.
24 Jan 15
Thanks, I’ll give them a try too
8 Feb 15
I found a 7 min hit routine in the apps section of my smartphone and it was free 🙂 30 sec on and 10 sec off 🙂 its awesome and not as easy as it looks 😛 esp the wall sit one LOL
31 Oct 15
I’m a young Android developer and I’ve been working in an app to help people in their Interval Training Sessions.
Check it out! Thanks!
Any feedback is more than welcome.
The app is called Count4Me
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