[App] Tabata HIIT Timer
Tabata HIIT Timer : Established by Prof. Izumi Tabata, the Tabata training method improves body glucose metabolism, fat burning and cardiovascular functions, lowers the oxygen uptake during exercise and gains anaerobic capacity benefits. The routine is based on High-intensity interval training (HIIT) that includes several interchanging cycles of 20 seconds anaerobic exercises and short recovery brakes. Exercises ought to be loading large muscle groups with high intensity (speedy squats, sprint, etc.).
This application will help you practice the Tabata method easily by alternating the intervals of workouts and brakes and counting time for each period. It also allows you to change parameters for other HIIT.
The application works in foreground.
Tabata HIIT Timer user reviews :
Awesome! Just wish that the beeping to signal end of an interval was longer and counted down 5 seconds… that would give me enough warning and encouragement to squeeze out my best
So easy to use Has a place to set how much lead time you need before it begins the first round. You can set the work and rest time and number of rounds. It changes screen colors between work and rest intervals. Simple to use, easy to hear the beeps. Great app!
Great app. Does just what I need. I would like a different sound at the end of all the sets though. Often I am working just to the tones and not the screen and can’t tell I’ve finished. I thought double end chime did this but it chimes after every set
Simply clean Exactly what I was looking for!! Can do with a couple of additions. 1) Reset option during the tabata. 2) set multiple tabatas with long break
For a tabata timer, I expect there to be beeps or some sort of noise between workout and rest phases (galaxy s5)
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