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Never get bored with your workout again.
An exercise encylopedia and workout builder spreadsheet. Perfect for personal trainers, beginners to weight training, and experienced fitness enthusiasts.
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Exercise Genie will help you select the right exercises for your workout from one of the largest weightlifting exercise collections available anywhere. Never get bored or frustrated with your workouts again!
With Exercise Genie, build your own custom workouts or let the Genie do it for you.
BENEFITS OF USING Exercise Genie
- Learn how to perform new exercises.
- Find the right exercises to improve your body.
- Build custom workouts for clients, friends or family.
- Automatically generate random workouts to keep your workouts fresh.
- Print out custom or generated workouts and take them to the gym.
Companion Software for Arnold's Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding
Over 300 exercises are included (free weight, machine, cable, etc.) with full instructions on how to perform each exercise. Every exercise from the Encylopedia of Modern Bodybuilding is included, as well as many others.
Build Custom Workouts or Generate Workouts
Use the Workout Builder to construct your own custom workout or let the Workout Wizard generate new workouts for you.
Random Workout Generator
Use the Random Workout Generator feature like a slot machine to let the Genie select up to five exercises for each body part or select your own. Prints out detailed instructions on how to do each exercise selected—great for beginners or personal trainers to give to clients.
WHO SHOULD USE Exercise Genie?
- Anyone who wants to improve the physical appearance of their body.
- Fitness enthusiasts who need a change in exercises or workouts.
- Serious weightlifters who want to improve a body part or are stuck on a plateau.
- Personal trainers who construct workouts for clients.
- Athletes who need to improve weak muscle areas or correct muscle imbalances.
- Add your own exercises (if you find any we left out--good luck!)
- Exercises are categorized by body part (Abdominals, Back, Biceps, Calves, Chest, Deltoids, Forearms, Hamstrings, Quadriceps, Traps, Triceps) and their characteristics (Compound/Mass Building Movements, Isolation exercises, Free Weights, Machine-based, etc.)
Includes over 40 specific target areas that each exercise affects (Outer Thigh,
Inner Thigh, Upper Triceps, Lower Abs, etc.)
- Filter and sort exercises by name, type (free weight, machine, other), movement (compound, isolation), and target area.
- Create your own categories, target areas, and other classifications or modify the existing ones.
- Prints your workout on a template for you to record sets, reps, and weights.
- Prints Exercise Details cards (like a recipe card) for you to take to the gym for unfamiliar exercises.
WHAT YOU GET
When you purchase and download Exercise Genie you instantly receive the following files:
- Exercise Genie Manual (PDF)
- Exercise Genie Spreadsheet (XLS)
Packaged in spreadsheet format, Exercise Genie is compatible with Microsoft Excel.
The spreadsheet is extremely user friendly, so if you don't have any skill with a spreadsheet, you don't have to worry. And if you don't have a spreadsheet program on your computer, you can download a free one.
If you need additional information or have any questions, please read our Frequently Asked Questions section.
This is a digital download (no Shipping & Handling required) that you'll have up and running in a few minutes. Your payment will be processed instantly and you will be able to download the product immediately.
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"Great job on Exercise Genie. The Workout Wizard is a pretty slick idea too, for breaking up the monotony of workout routines."
— J. Higdon