Symmetric Strength

Symmetric Strength

By Johnathan Hansler

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2017-05-04
  • Current Version: 1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 29.86 MB
  • Developer: Johnathan Hansler
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 11 Ratings


If you train the squat, bench press, deadlift, or other major compound lifts, then Symmetric Strength is for you. Symmetric Strength provides a comprehensive lifter analysis based on strength research and data from strength competitions. This is the iOS version of the website. If you're unsure if the app is for you, check out the website version for free at Key features: * Get a detailed breakdown of your current strength level, your strong points and weak points, and how proportionate your lifts are with each other. * View a color-coded figure, showing you how strong each of your muscle groups are. * All analyses are adjusted for sex, age, and bodyweight, so it is suitable for both men and women, as well as younger and older lifters. This allows, for example, an 110 pound woman to compare her strength score to her 200 pound male friend's score. * Use either the Metric or Imperial systems. * Compare your strength with others! Each of your lifts and muscle groups are given "strength scores", which range from subpar and untrained all the way to world class, which would place you alongside international strength athletes. * Add friends who also use Symmetric Strength (either the app or the website), so you can keep each other accountable and compare progress. * View a detailed progress chart as you continue logging your lifts, showing how you have improved over time. * Estimate your one-rep maxes in any lift with the included one-rep max calculator. * See how you would fare in a powerlifting competition with the included Wilks calculator. * Learn how many calories you burn per day with the included TDEE calculator. * Figure out your ideal body weight for different sports, from bodybuilding, to mixed martial arts, to marathon running! * See how you stack up to others by referencing the included strength standards, which, like all of Symmetric Strength, is backed by research and competition data. * Use the app in "offline mode" when you don't have internet access. How does Symmetric Strength work? Simply enter your stats (sex, weight, and age) along with which lifts you train at the gym, and your most difficult recent sets with each lift. Symmetric Strength then crunches that data, using strength research and lifting competition data, to provide you the most accurate analysis possible regarding your strength. The possible lifts you can enter are the following: * Back Squat * Front Squat * Deadlift * Sumo Deadlift * Power Clean * Bench Press * Incline Bench Press * Dip * Overhead Press * Push Press * Snatch Press * Chin-up * Pull-up * Pendlay Row If you don't train any of the above lifts, this app is not for you! Check out the "About" section on the app or website to see why these lifts were chosen. ---- If you enjoy the website version, the app provides a much smoother, faster experience for mobile users. Additionally, you can use the app offline when you have no internet access.



  • Needs iPhone X support

    By Worst Movie
    Great app except that it doesn’t support the iPhone X which has been out since November.
  • Almost perfect app

    By MadBeansHooper
    Functionality wise this app works perfectly. However it's so small to use when using the app on an iPhone X. Hopefully a future update optimizes this issue as it is quite an eyesore and quite clusterphobic to use. Will rate 5 stars upon this getting fixed.
  • Thank you!

    By Lutzgerhard
    Thanks for updating the issue and resolving the SSL error!
  • I love symmetric strength

    By 0rangePeel
    I've been using the website for a long time and bought the app to show my continued support for a great service and developer. I especially like having all my strength data in one place and multiple graphs to track it over time. The one feature I'm missing that would be really neat would be to see our muscle groups change over time. I think that'd give a great visual representation of progress as well as lagging areas. Thanks symmetric strength!
  • Supporting

    By darknez87
    Website is free so I'm not sure if there is enough incentive to buy this app BUT I love this concept in that it reminds a lifter where weaknesses are. The one thing I wish was provided is the data (ie. Who are these 'average' lifters?) I paid for the app mostly as an act of good faith to support the concept.
  • Symmetric Strength

    By jsohyk
    Recently found out about the website and fell in love with it right away! Wanted to show my support and downloaded the app. It's very similar to the website and is basically just the website in app!