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'Overview:iMuscle is a sophisticated workout aid that can be taken anywhere. Use it to identify a body part or individual muscle by zooming into a 3-Dimensional human body with the musculature exposed. Then access all the exercises associated with the development / rehabilitation of that muscle.Users:In addition to the individual...
'Overview: iMuscle is a sophisticated workout aid that can be taken anywhere. Use it to identify a body part or individual muscle by zooming into a 3-Dimensional human body with the musculature exposed. Then access all the exercises associated with the development / rehabilitation of that muscle.
Users: In addition to the individual user this application was designed with a multi-user capability, making it also deal for fitness instructors. Also, due to the more anatomical nature of this app, it is a very useful tool for physiotherapists.
Features: •No internet connection required. •Ability to view muscle in 3D and rotate them 360 degrees •Ability to zoom in to identify any exterior muscle or muscle group. •Dual index that can search for both individual muscles and particular exercises. •Over 450 hi-quality 3D animated exercises and stretches. •Hints and tips for every exercise. •Ability to create custom work-outs •Ability to add muti-users
How to use: To work on a particular body area, zoom into that area on the 3-Dimensional Muscle Man. Then choose a muscle to work on - a thumbnail list of all the exercises associate with that that muscle will be shown. Then press on one of these thumbnail exercises and you will be shown an animated 3-Dimensional model performing that exercise. The primary and secondary muscles being exercised will also be highlighted. You can search for a particular muscle or exercise by selecting the appropriate tab in the Index function.'