Absolute Abs Version 1.0


  • 16 exercises
  • 18 workouts spread across three levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced)
  • 1, 2-week beginner programme
  • All exercises demo’d with awesome photos and descriptions

Known Bugs:

  • If during a workout you hit the ‘Give me a Break button’, then hit the exercise name to view the instruction, and then go back to the workout, the ‘Give me a Break’ button says continue but the timer is running. It should have reverted back to ‘Give me a Break’. Hope that makes sense!
  • During the rest periods in the Intermediate workouts, the verbal instruction for the next exercise, and the change of exercise name at the top of the screen, occur half way through the rest period. It should happen at the start of the rest period

Hopefully the above issues won’t affect your experience of the app. Suffice to say they will be addressed in the next release!

Please report any bugs or issues via the form on this page and we’ll get right back to you. Thanks.

9 Responses to Support

  1. Anon says:

    Would love to see some updates and perhaps apps that focus on lower body and arms/chest bodyweight exercises. Would also appreciate some kind of review/chart/graph of progress and past workouts.

    This app has the most potential from what I have seen so far on the app store.

    • Stuart Walker says:


      Many thanks for the feedback and kind words. It’s great to hear from our users!

      We’ve got a lot of things planned. Currently testing a more complete version (including more exercises, workouts, video demos of the exercises, and a bespoke workout builder).

      Also just completed the material for a circuit training/bodyweight workout app that we hope to get out soon as well.

      Regarding the progress tracking – duly noted! Afraid it won’t make the next version but it will definitely be included in the not too distant future.

      • Anon says:

        There are many fitness Apps that have videos for each exercise and they are all bloated and/or slow. I really like the way you clearly show the major movements of the exercises in slides. Just something to consider from a usability perspective.

  2. Tom says:

    When are you brining out the update for this app and new apps??

  3. Anon says:

    When are you anticipating the release of the update for Absolute Abs? And also an app to focus on the arms/chest?

  4. Stuart Walker says:

    Hi Tom and Anon!

    Many thanks for your comments.

    The full version is taking longer than anticipated. But… we’re testing this month. Hooray! So, it should be in the app store at some point in July. Apologies for the delay, but it’ll be worth it!

    We’ve got another app in the pipeline. This ones focussed on total body fitness, so there’ll be plenty of push-ups, squats, burpees and lunges! Though no target date yet of when it’ll be out there.

  5. anon says:

    Hi – Absolute Abs is great! Is the full version ready yet? I can’t locate it on itunes :(

  6. Terry says:

    Numbering or naming the work-outs and excercises would be great, so that I could go to favourites, or make a sequence. Would also like to be able to copy my work-outs and excercises into my diary or calendar.
    Customisable work-outs would be good too.
    Enjoying the course and reaping the benefits!

    • Stuart Walker says:

      Hi Terry – thanks for the feedback. Really glad you’re enjoying it!

      We’re working on some new ideas for the app, including syncing it up with the phone’s calendar. And customisable workouts is an excellent idea – we’ll add it to the list!

      To be honest, we’re not sure if it will ever see the light of day. It’s an independent app made out of love, but if the costs are right and we get the time, here’s hoping!

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