First app for creating, browsing, and tracking world’s popular advanced weight training workout routines. For free.

4.8 on Apple App store

36 000+



Public Routines

Choose a community-proven gym routine or create your own

Always know your next exercise and the optimal weight to lift

As you progress, so do the weights, based on routine rules

Workout logging, reimagined.

We guide you through the workouts, set-by-set, like a personal trainer

Join before we add monthly subscription and get a free lifetime membership.
And a status of OG!

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Love the app

Downloaded this today and set up a workout program on it and deleted my old tracker almost immediately absolutely love the app.

trashgodkev on Apple App Store


... finally!!! How long have I searched for an app like this 😍 keep up the great work.

PaderKing on Reddit


Fantastic app

I never leave reviews for apps, but I had to leave one for the Hardy app. The level of customization is great. My favorite part of the app is once you get your workout routine plugged into the app, you don’t ever have to think about raising weight / deloading / progressive overload / etc. the app takes care of everything for you. I just go to the gym, open the app, and move weights. Everything else is taken care of for me.

conanwanda on Apple App Store


Fantastic Workout App

This app has been a game changer for me. There are so many options and the ability to browse workout splits has been eye opening to see what’s out there. The deva have been very open to feedback and are constantly improving the app experience. Small things like the recent addition of the workout timer notification is something I’ve really appreciated and I plan on supporting and using this app well into the future! The dev roadmap on the site gives me a lot to look forward to!

Pikietchu on Apple App Store


Across all the fitness and workout apps out there, this one hits all the right spot. Clean UI, no bloat, no ads. Also worth mentioning is that this app is crowdsourced. Only problem I can think of is the notifications can be hit or miss for me, other than that its a 10/10

Sandy Urpis on Google Play Store


So much value!

Love the app and its UI, feels very modern. It’s designed very well. I just wish it kept track of the weight you lift in all exercises such as accessories! It’s a bit of a hassle having to go back to previous workouts in the calendar just to see what weight I was at so far.

Exphyre on Apple App Store



Going to be honest this is way better than the apps on the market right now like strong or jefit. The developers knew exactly what they were doing. It has all the functions the others lacked. Only thing missing is gifs/form videos/exercise videos but really not necessary tbh. A+

123amaval on Apple App Store


Tracks workouts, reps, weight. Navigates easily. Rest time stays running in the background when you're playing on your phone between sets - it's the little things. Clearly made with lots of thought and testing. Absolutely on board.

Dan Dan on Google Play Store


So much value!

Love the app and its UI, feels very modern. It’s designed very well. I just wish it kept track of the weight you lift in all exercises such as accessories! It’s a bit of a hassle having to go back to previous workouts in the calendar just to see what weight I was at so far.

Exphyre on Apple App Store


Does a lot!

So far this app is of great use when tracking your training sessions. The app developers are also very responsive to any questions or feedback I have. Thank you

resturanklez on Apple App Store


First off I just want to say that this app is already the best workout tracking app I have ever used.

affinepplan on Reddit

Hardy is an outstanding workout tracker in it's current state, and as the devs add more features it will only improve. I appreciate that the devs are engaging with the community on reddit.

Dan Dan on Google Play Store


Great app. Functionality is pretty much perfect!

Incongruity on Google Play Store


Keep up the great work. First workout app that I've actually used. They're usually garbage. Cheers. Brandon

Brandon on email

Scope for improvement but a great app nonetheless.

Atul Anand on Google Play Store


Feedback is well recieved and worked with, all the cudos to the creators

Rick poelman on Google Play Store


First of all I would like to commend the developers for the fact that I had a workout running for 10 hours and it was easily able to continue the workout, unlike gymshark fitness app

StillSleepyAS on Reddit

This app is almost perfect

Would be nice to be able to rate and review user made workouts

Tryce404 on Apple App Store


I really do like the Hardy app, there's nothing quite like it. I love the UI and the minimal look and feel, I like that it doesn't have all the BS features like a social media center or image / video guides on how to exercise or which muscle groups are being used on the exercises.

Inner-Issue1908 on Reddit


This app is exactly what I was looking for and makes tracking weights and progress way easier than a spreadsheet. I love that there is the option to choose a percentage of the RPM for weights. The only thing I'd like to see is to be able to choose which RPMs to update after a workout as it seems that currently it's either update all or none. Either way, highly recommend this app!

Jude Fruit on Google Play Store


Goodbye Excel and PDF,
hello smart routines

Hardy takes the complexity of modern weight lifting routines
and makes them as easy to use as Spotify playlists.

Smart routines

Modern weight lifting routines can involve boring calculating of weights and progressions.
We automate this.

Discover and create routines where exercise set weights, progressions, overloads and deloads, are based on values of 1 Rep Max percentage, Training Max percentage, RPE / RIR, etc.

Dynamic weights

Weights and progressions based on your performance. Just enter 1RM-s & hit start.

Just enter your 1 Rep Max or Training Max figures and routine will display the correct weight to lift for you, based on the selected routine.

If you do not know your 1 Rep Max figures, no worries, we can guide you through that.

Track/log routines

Workout tracking, reimagined. As simple as a music player.

Our app understands your chosen routine and progression rules, your 1RM-s, RPE-s, and performance. It carries you through the workouts set-by-set, like a personal trainer.

Just press Start and begin workout.

Discover and share routines

Discover and share routines, that anybody can start using right away with just a link.
Like Spotify playlists.

Others can open the routine and start tracking their workouts immediately, with weights based on their own personal 1 Rep Max values.

Free, no ads, no hidden costs

Join today and get free lifetime membership. Download our app and start your workouts.


If you have any more questions please contact us on @HardyApp or post on /r/HardyApp.

How can it be free, where’s the catch?
No catch. We plan to add some premium features with a monthly subscription soon, but everybody who joins before that happens will get a lifetime free access and receive the status of OG.
How does it differ from other gym apps on the market?
Most weight training apps are for passive tracking/logging - you lift a weight, write it down in the app, and see analytics of how much you’ve lifted over time. Hardy allows to create or use routines that actively suggest the weight you should be lifting, based on the routine’s progression rules. If you lift as much as the routine requires, the suggested weight gets increased. If you lift less, and the routine suggest lowering the weight in such a case, the app will propose lowering the weight you lift next time. And of course, there’s also analytics.
Can I create my own custom training routines / programs?
Yes, you can create your own routines, workouts, and your own custom exercises. You can add rules for increasing weights (progressions) and also decreasing them (deloads). You can use dynamic weights where rep weights are based on percentages of user 1 Rep Max and Training Max, and RPE.
Can I make a copy of some routine and edit that?
Yes, you can make a copy of a routine and edit it in any way you wish.
I don’t know some of the terms on this page, can I still use the app?
We try to include a tooltip for less known terms and there is also a FAQ section inside the app that explains everything. If anything feels confusing you can always ask us on our subreddit or Instagram.
What kind of progression rules are currently supported?
Currently progression rules can be created for intensity calculated from user's Training Max, RPE, e1RM. We will add progression by volume soon. If you would like this feature, let us know.
What is Training Max? How is it different from 1 Rep Max?
1RM is the amount you can lift on maximum effort. Training Max reflects the current planned effort of your workouts. For example on a deload week your Training max might be 70% of your 1RM.
What is RPE and RIR?
RPE means Rate of Perceived Exertion, and RIR means Reps in Reserve. Both are a way to measure the intensity of your training subjectively. Hardy app supports using RPE both in routine sets (meaning you can create a routine by setting the intensity of your sets using only RPE), as well as tracking RPE (meaning you can log your RPE/RIR on lifts in any routine).

Features and coming next

Browse & find routines
Create & customize routines
Track / log workouts
Dynamic weights (TM%, e1RM, RPE)
RPE autoregulation rules
Public & Private routines
Overload & Deload intensity (weight)
Database of common exercises
Create custom exercises
Rest timer
AMRAP Progressive overload
Progress history
Overload & deload of volume (reps)
Progress statistics
Programmable deload week
Supersets & dropsets
Complex periodization
Personalized public profiles
Following of community accounts
Share workout snippets
(for private trainers)

And more to come. 💪

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Let us know of bugs and vote on what features to add

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All who join while we are in beta will receive free lifetime membership.