Men's Health Training Pro Rating 8/10 Free If you like to have a plan - and never more so than when you are in the dog-eat-dog world of a gym - this app lets you enter any gym with a determined stride and work out looking like a professional. The routines are designed by fitness experts from Men's Health, Britain's best-selling men's magazine. It's easy to get started: the app comes pre-loaded with a sample workout with exercises for the whole body. The abs exercise is a rather smart routine with a medicine ball, which is described as being more effective than crunches. For the arms, parallel-bar dips and standing barbell curls; for the back, nasty back raises using the gym's back extension station; for the chest, lat pull-downs, recommended for those lacking the strength for a bodyweight pull-up, followed by a set or two of barbell bench presses and dumbbell inclined flyes. To finish, work the legs with barbell squats. If this order of exercises isn't to your liking, the app allows you to customise your own workout. Each routine comes with a video and written instructions. Strangely, the app lacks guidance on how many sets or repetitions you should attempt, but you can estimate and set this up before you the start, adjusting it after each workout as your fitness improves. The target time is just half an hour for the sample workout; the app's built-in timer ensures you won't lose track. A basic exercise history log helps you keep tabs on your progress by routine and also by the five key body parts. According to the iTunes description, this app comes with 16 exercise routines and two sample workouts - but it doesn't. Apparently, you can also download more exercise routines for a price, but I couldn't find these online. These inconsistencies are annoying, but, other than that, this is an excellent free app.