Major Updates, v 1.0 in beta at

November 1, 2009

Screenshots attached.

If you want to beta test, head over to and sign up for a free account to help with beta testing.


Fitness 1.0 Beta 1 coming Friday.

June 10, 2009

Calendars and Events.

October 1, 2008

If anyone wants to play with the code for the calendar view, here it is. You can compile and run it as it is, double-clicking on any day will add an event object to the calendar that will remain visible while the program is running. There still are quite a few things that need to be done and fixed, but it’s pretty complete right now and renders very fast. Check it out HERE

JSCalendar v0.1

JSCalendar v0.1

It’s Summer Already!

August 9, 2008

This summer has gone by way too fast. A small post to let anyone out there know that I have been working on this thing with whatever time I can muster. I got quite a bit done under way, but not nearly as much as I hoped. In addition, the calendar view I was going to use was taking too much time to get it working, so I had to go ahead and make my own. I think it will be much more robust and will look and behave better than the one I was going to use anyway. Here is a picture of it by itself:

A new calendar class that looks and behaves nice.

A new calendar class that looks and behaves nice.

If there are people out there, and I know a few of you find this blog occasionally, I’d gladly accept input on features and other ideas you may want out of a fitness tracking application.

Custom Calendar View

March 3, 2008

I’ve started working on a custom calendar for the program.
Logan Rockmore has a custom calendar that I will probably use as a starting point for the calendar. It’s pretty good but has significant drawing issues, and leaves a little to be desired. I’ll release the source after I feel that the code will be stable and useful. I’m planning on releasing the graph views source as well. If it’s possible and not too much work, they will both be Interface Builder plugins, so as to make everyone’s life a little easier.

I’m trying to figure out how to best allow users to enter variable amounts of weight, reps and sets for a particular workout. I think this may be the most difficult task so far. Trying to ensure the program is easy to use remains my top priority. A person shouldn’t really have to read any documentation on how to log their workouts and nutrition – it should be straight forward. Even generating results should be a no-brainer. The purpose of software is to save you time not waste it.

Here’s to hoping they add more hours to the day!☺