Starting Strength Official APK

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Last updated: 2020-03-18

The most straightforward way to increase total body strength for beginners.

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The "Starting Strength" series of books have sold over 400,000 copies worldwide and considered the most productive method in existence for anyone beginning a strength training program.

This is the app version of the book (not the book itself) and includes the Starting Strength Novice Program and Female Novice Program.

"The best book ever written on strength training" - Jim Wendler, champion powerlifter.

The Starting Strength Method is the fastest, most efficient and straightforward way to increase total body strength for complete beginners.

-- Complete, easy-to-follow instructions for performing the basic barbell exercises: the squat, press, deadlift, bench press and power clean
-- Designed for use at the gym with quick access to multiple angle videos and photo instructions of each exercise. 
-- Lift instructions and diagrams from the Starting Strength Book by Mark Rippetoe. 
-- Interactive logging tools journal your strength progression.
-- Warmup and workset calculator shows you exactly how many plates to put on each side of the bar. 
-- Workset Rest Timer, customisable for each exercise. 
-- Customise your progression for each exercise.
-- Add and save additional notes for each workout, and access previous notes easily.
-- Never lose your training data again! Cloud Sync backs up your training log data and restores it across multiple devices. 
-- Download training log data as CSV (requires cloud sync)
-- Helpful hints and tutorials help you learn and progress safely.
-- How to program the basic exercises into the most effective program for long-term progress.
-- Metric (kgs) or Imperials (Lbs)

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App ChangeLog

  • Various Bug Fixes including fixes for devices that were running slow.
    New Feature - Edit existing training date via training history.

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  1. Ethan Lewis-avatar

    Good so far except one overcasting issue. Sometimes when leaving the app and coming back to it, or when I finish a workout, it gets stuck on the initial app loading screen. I have to completely close the app and start it again to get around this issue. Once this issue has been patched I will change my one star rating.

  2. Stephen F.-avatar

    Fairly easy to use. I just had a couple of hiccups the first couple of times getting my weights correct. Grateful for the easy warmup calculated bar weoghts.

  3. Dave Froh-avatar

    Great program based on Rip's book. Every person interested in weightlifting should read the book and start this program. App wishlist: Simplify the rest timer; would be nice if it started automatically after a set, without clicking on the clock; also, a timer chime rather than an alarm sound. Remove the workout upload confirmation.

  4. Peter Thrane-avatar

    Great for a beginning. Forces you to stick to the basics of the program. For intermediates, it would be nice to have more flexibility such as changing reps, adding aux exercises etc. The Strength Club app by the same developer is for that, but it's a subscription app, so more costly.

  5. Stjepan Vulama-avatar

    I have been using this app for a while now and I find it very useful. It generates your workout for the day and after you complete it it graphs your progress. I have made a lot of progress following the program in the app. There are also parts of the book available in the app that you can refer to I'm case you forgot how to do a certain lift. Great app! Very easy to use!

  6. Kevin Harrell-avatar

    Have really enjoyed using the app. My first time doing anything except bench. Ive made great progress. I appreciate the book and progression tracking. The app occasionally freezes when switching between different parts of the app.

  7. Jake Peterson-avatar

    Only improvement would be to add accessory/ancillary work as described in the book: barbell rows, lying triceps extensions, etc. It does have an option to include sets of chin up reps. Takes the brain work out by telling you what to load on the bar for each set based on 1RM

  8. Seth Loft-avatar

    Working good on my chromebook these days too, which helps me go easy on my phone battery.

  9. Travels with Charlie-avatar

    Travels with Charlie


    I've been using this app for so long I dont even remember how much it cost, but no matter the cost it is worth it. I started lifting after highschool where I ran track and cross country so needless to say I was thin. After doing this program on and off for the past 5 years now I can honestly say it is an incredibly informative and effective program. It doesnt just tell you what to do, but how and more importantly, why. You come out of this program not only stronger but smarter as well. Get it.

  10. Robert Kingsnorth-avatar

    Robert Kingsnorth


    Just really really good. Helps so much. Simples

  11. Joe Saunders-avatar

    Logs save trees. Has this picture thing with lines that go up after every workout. Kinda neat. Has excerpts from the book and form videos that show me how bad my form is. It has this buzzer thing that yells at you when it's time to lift. Takes counting to 60 in my head out of the equation so I can focus on the next set. Makes you go deaf if you're wearing earbuds. Awesome feature. I havent moved the barbell when deadlifting since using. 10/10 will lift again.

  12. Ed Schuurman-avatar

    Functional, useful and consistent. As a newbie to strength training this is an immensely helpful app. It walks the user through a steady linear progression increasing weight with every workout. The suggested weights and reps for warm up sets is great and helps the user reduce the risk of injury. Plate recommendations for how to set up the bar helps keep things moving along without having to pause for math. I'm just two months into it, but it has really helped my confidence and consistency.

  13. John Grover-avatar

    Perfect for following starting strength. The weight plate calcs, and progression set-up is really helpful. You could do it on paper, but the app saves a lot of effort in record keeping. There are a couple of small bugs in the timers between exercises. After warm up, you expect a timer, but it doesn't activate. Between warm up sets you get it, and between set 1-2-3 workset it activates.

  14. jean-christophe cimetiere-avatar

    jean-christophe cimetiere


    Great app to support the method. I used to compose workout and log in Excel, it's so much better. I wish I could sync data with my Garmin account so I have heart rate/calories and workout details all together

  15. ben roberts-avatar

    I've been using it for a few years, but recent updates to the UI has just made things far less efficient. Used to be a streamlined app that took only a few clicks to decide what you were going to do in the gym, then do it. Now the options are buried deeper with smaller fonts and buttons and poorly functioning text fields. I abandoned the devs new app when it was clear it wasn't made for usability, and now this one is moving the same direction.

  16. Ciaran Brennan-avatar

    This app is the best way to follow the Starting Strength program. Having the instructional content of Mark Rippetoe's SS guide (plus videos) makes it easy to study technique while waiting between sets. The app makes it easy to plan the workouts and record your progress. Note that this is not a general purpose weight training app. The movements and rep scheme is specific to the Starting Strength method.

  17. JAM-avatar

    Couldn't be much easier to keep track of your progress.

  18. Danielle Noir-avatar

    Better than any Instagram workout plan or whatever.6 simple movements, 4 per day, to make huge body composition changes. You don't even really need the book to use the app (actually, the book is in the app). I love that the app keeps track of progress and does the warmup / weight math for me.

  19. Paul Burns-avatar

    So this is a app based on the starting strength book. Key tenants include always warming up with several sets of lighter weights & then lifting three sets of 5 reps of your target weight. The main lifts are back squat, deadlift & bench press. You can alternate deadlift with power cleans and your bench press with the overhead press. You can also log Pull-Ups. On the downside it doesn't let you track front squats, bent-over rows or other lifts you want to add. It also graphs your progress.

  20. Eziquio Sauceda Jr-avatar

    Eziquio Sauceda Jr


    Great app to keep track of my workouts. As a novice lifter, it keeps me on track with the workout and gives me a sense of direction. Thanks

  21. Grigoriy Grigoryan-avatar

    Grigoriy Grigoryan


    i wish the timer would work in the background and still notify me when the time is up even if I'm doing something else in another app or have my screen off.

  22. A Fellows-avatar

    Great app! Only wish the timer didn't default to the upper left corner of the screen. It would be nice if it was always in the center of the screen.

  23. Steven Luce-avatar

    Fantastic app. Converts from pounds to kilograms. Does a lot of time the planning for you. Great work

  24. Parker Wright-avatar

    the app is amazing to help you implement the starting strength program. the rest time alarm is hit-or-miss on if it makes a sound or not. but other than that five stars.

  25. Jordan Spivey-avatar

    A great companion to go along with the book. Really nice to track progress and export to excel use for more analytics to see what is working.

  26. James Kerwin-avatar

    Amazing work out app based on the Starting strength program. If you have the book and you're looking to make your workout more about lifting and less about math and writing... Get this app

  27. Amanda Salinas-avatar

    Excellent app. Rip is a genius.

  28. Wesley Tom-avatar

    Great but a bit pricey compared to similar apps. More lessons provided but they are included in the books.

  29. James G-avatar

    Excellent app, but please add the flexibility to change the workouts as training changes. Such as including chins...thanks.

  30. Scott Montgomery-avatar

    Scott Montgomery


    Easy to use, helpful for calculating warmups.

  31. noah mccarren-avatar

    The app is great, now do as mark says and drink your milk

  32. Marek Bajno-avatar

    Old version of this app was much better, the new doesn't record the progress or data is not loading

  33. James Kroll-avatar

    Decent workout routine, app is pretty poor and doesn't work sometimes though.

  34. John Titor-avatar

    A bit expensive, I know this is SS app but I would like to track other accesory workout

  35. Andy Webster-avatar

    A fantastic app that removes a lot of the work to start to get use to the program.

  36. Greg Hughson-avatar

    Great App. helps to track your progress

  37. niall houston-avatar

    Perhaps some coaching tip pop ups or analysis of progress and goal setting

  38. Kenta Yamamoto-avatar

    Hope the app supports automatic cloud backup.

  39. canyon63-avatar

    Love the auto warm up weight guide and plate calculator.

  40. Tony Rodriguez-avatar

    A little sluggish but has all the needed functionality

  41. Paul Cocker-avatar

    Great app that has really helped me improve my strength.

  42. Evan Rechsteiner-avatar

    Evan Rechsteiner


    Straight forward directions for the exercises but plenty of details and images if you need them.

  43. Peter Chandler-avatar

    great program for beginners

  44. matthew smith-avatar

    Great place to start and learn how to build strength.

  45. William Kopycki-avatar

    William Kopycki


    Good app and great support by the developer!

  46. Jason Tenbusch-avatar

    It does what I need it to do, and then some. I recommend it fully. It took me a minute to get used to, but no sweat.

  47. xxcoolman 897-avatar

    It's the best workout app I have installed

  48. Brian Hansen-avatar

    if you're not lifting barbells according to this, you're doing it wrong. best program available, possibly ever.

  49. William Simpson-avatar

    William Simpson


    UPDATE: The new changes fixed the app for me. It's still a little sluggish but it doesn't crash. It makes calculating the weights for each warm up and set easy, definitely worth the money. This could be a great app but it constantly crashes and the UI is a bit unintuitive. More than anything I just wish I could count on it to run without freezing at the loading screen regularly.

  50. Philip Cassidy-avatar

    The app let's you select what plates are available in your gym ect, that is expected functionality to be honest but important. The main reason for the 5 star review is two fold the content is very good easy to follow and well tested. The other is the interface itself it is very pleasing to look at and use. Also, the guy who made the app is himself a pupil of the starting strength program he's on one of the starting strength podcasts and that what you want someone who's vested into the program

  51. Mrmercifulme-avatar

    Great app just wish I could alter the weight mid set if having a weak day. But that's just nip picking, couldn't be happier with my purchase. Never believes I could get this strong this fast at age 49!

  52. Jarad Salt-avatar

    Fantastic, easy to track your progress. Weight plate guide makes things very easy. Would like to see the number of plates available added. I am working out at home and dont have lots of plates, buying more as i need them.

  53. Jedidiah lawson-avatar

    Jedidiah lawson


    Fantastic. It's simple to use and has the movements in a short video format plus sections from the book that are useful. Especially Great for beginners and early intermediate.

  54. Chris Anderson-avatar

    Great app to have for running a LP and is still good to have even if you're not. It will show you what plates you need for each weight and having quick access to the demo videos and excerpts from the book is extremely helpful. My only problem with it is that you can't reprogram the exercises, reps, and sets more for post-LP programming.

  55. A Google user-avatar

    While I believe that Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength is a good program, this app is not a good representation of said program. It is not intutive and simple enough to use. If I just finished my last set of squats, and I click the "next rep" button, why doesn't it take me to the next exercise? Why am I forced to click on the menu on top? Why do I have to tap the phone, to silence the countdown timer, once it hits 0? Why not just make it beep 3 or 5 times? Why do I always have to login again every time I turn on the app to backup my data? Why are there like 4 or 5 buttons on the workout screen, all of them with different options? The only thing on my workout screen should be my exercises (sets and reps), weights and a timer. All the extra options and settings, just keep them in a separate menu. Why does the app respond terribly to landscape mode? Why is there even a landscape mode, when it's not even needed in the first place? Stronglifts is a complete ripoff of Starting Strength, but their app is simple and intuitive to use. That's a big reason why its such a successful app and you can't keep up with your competition with apps like these. Keep it simple.

  56. michael heuzey-avatar

    A little expensive (especially when other apps are free), but it gets the job done. Especially helpful is the plate calculator. Combined with automatic weight progression, all you need to do is show up and lift. Includes some of the text from each chapter, along with a gif of the movements, so you can review your form between sets. Would be nice if they added the option to make Wednesday a light squat day.

  57. Minor Vargas-avatar

    This app has the programming for starting strength, it also has videos and text on how and why to perform de exercises, syncs online, so even if you change your phone the progress won't be lost.

  58. reginald chapman-avatar

    reginald chapman


    Great app for going through linear progression on the starting strength program. I began starting strength 2 months before I installed the app, I was able to fill in all my previous workouts. The charts are a nice touch to be able to see your progress. I also appreciate that the app calculates my warmups for me. This app is definitely worth the price.

  59. Jordan Eason-avatar

    Only complaint is when you go to progress and some of the other views that force a horizontal screen rotation don't return to a vertical rotation when you go back home or to settings where the screen should be vertical. The only way I've found to fix it is to close out the app and re-open it.

  60. Carlos-avatar

    I guess the devs realized that 60% of their user base will quit before a month is over. This is why it only supports the first two phases of a 4 phase program. Kind of a rip off, if you are only providing full support for half of what the book does. I'm not sure if that is a marketing play to sell their online coaching services, or a dev issue. If you do the program, the app will help you make gains, but not full linear progression! This is only built to properly support 5-6 weeks of work.

  61. Dave of All Trades-avatar

    Dave of All Trades


    if you are doing the Starting Strength Linear Progression you are in better hands than a notebook. The plate calculator is especially helpful (for me at least). Timer is an outstanding function. I don't have any major complaints about this one for you guys. If you're just looking for a workout app it will probably confuse you until you figure out the program it is desogned to fit.

  62. corey clingo-avatar

    App works well for Starting Strength NLP. My only gripe is tjat in recent version there is a noticeable lag between the first touch and when the app responds after you bring it to the foreground; after that its fine. Wish list item: allow entry of different weights for one or more sets if you need to back off.

  63. Kristen Oertzen-avatar

    Kristen Oertzen


    I wish there was a way to adjust the amount of working sets or add and record variation in the lifts. I love that it tells how to make the weights on each side for the given amount. I also like the timer, and warm up suggested for the given weight.

  64. Barron Tibbetts-avatar

    Barron Tibbetts


    This is hands down the best weight lifting app I have ever used and one month I have seen games not just and waiting crease but in physical appearance the program works with you there's nothing like it. I have gained 10 pounds of muscle and one month I have people telling me they can see the difference and I feel amazing it increases gradually with you this is just the best app ever if you're serious about working out then this is the app for you. It will add exercises it's great for beginners 2

  65. Sangeeta Lall-avatar

    Does an exceptional job of calculating warmup sets and weights. I don't have to spend valuable gym time nerding out over spreadsheets, just turn up and tap Today's Training and it's all laid out. I'm using the female 5x3 program which is perfect for me. Great for people who train half-asleep first thing in the morning or mentally spent after work. The strength over aesthetics philosophy carries into the design of the app but it's such a great app I can't bring myself to use any other!

  66. Lorenzo de Gregori-avatar

    Lorenzo de Gregori


    App is not perfect, doesn't save warmup sets, it's a bit clunky, especially when switching to other apps and then switching back during a workout, but does the job. If your plan is doing a good linear progression, this is the right program.

  67. Kate Greten-avatar

    like this app, love starting strength. I do wish the app allowed a bit more flexibility to make changes as my programming changes ie: 4x4 for presses or 2x3 for deadlifts. But, other than that, I cant recommend starting strength and starting strength online coaching any higher.

  68. Paul wolfe-avatar

    The best strength training system available for beginners bar none. I weighed 160lbs at 6'2" when I started I now weigh in at 190lbs about a year after finding this program. my squat went from 185lbs to 320lbs for 5 reps. I'm also addicted to the youtube page. thanks for everything Rip. best 45 bucks ive ever spent was on this app and the starting strenght book. I'm 35 and the strongest I've ever been.

  69. Aaron Beam-avatar

    It's slightly buggy but I love that it has all the exercises described and short animations for reference. Very straightforward. Just a few bugs with the timers and switching plate denominations or from kg to lbs and back. I travel overseas a lot so need to switch back and forth...

  70. johnathan cervantes-avatar

    johnathan cervantes


    Awesome app for keeping track of your progress through the SS program well worth the money.

  71. Marijan Mikulic-avatar

    Marijan Mikulic


    Easy to use program and app. Have been training for 4 weeks with this app and really like it. Recommend watching Barbell Logic videos to help learn the moves. Also the Barbell Logic podcasts are helpful. If you dont have a coach it's handy to have someone experienced to talk to about your progress. Otherwise use the forums.

  72. g r-avatar

    This negative review is for technical reasons. I am a big Rippetoe fan and fan of SS. This app often fails to load on my S9+. No other app fails in such a way. StrongLifts is a good if not better app for tracking and saving data but this app when it loads has useful lift info.

  73. Bryce Stockwell-avatar

    Bryce Stockwell


    this is the easiest way to get started on the starting strength system for only 9 bucks, I highly recommend it just go in and do the exercises and stick is closely to the schedule as you can and you'll get massive results quickly if you're a beginner.

  74. Dick Robbins-avatar

    Great app. Love it

  75. A Google user-avatar

    A great app for beginning. Gets you strong quick! Work on form over getting the reps. This program will train your central nervous system more and more every time so when the weights do get heavy you will avoid injury. Worth the measly $9.

  76. Melvin Noriega-avatar

    Great app. Do yourself a favor and buy the book. App works as it should and its amazing to have easy to read data on where your strength used to be, where it is now and where it might be within a certain period of time.

  77. Brian Bettencourt-avatar

    Brian Bettencourt


    Excellent app to start the starting strength program the only thing that's keeping me from giving it a five-star is the lack of options definitely to the settings like choosing how many work sets for how many warm-up sets what weight plates you have not just the weight but how many of them hoping that they expand on it and maybe even add new programming for intermediate trainees

  78. Pete Hill-avatar

    Just not a great app. Would prefer to use this, but the user interface is just awful, so I use Stronglifts instead.

  79. Adam Wagner-avatar

    Needs to do KGs better. Sometimes the weight will be set to ~.5, and thats just not possible. My gym doesn't have bar weights less than 2.5 KG and i think that's pretty standard. Other than that, it's a great way to train.

  80. Aaron Gosnell-avatar

    Great app! Easy to track workouts, and the plate calculator is great for early mornings when I don't want to math. Only wish is that the chin-up page had a way to subtract weight every week (for an assisted machine).

  81. Lucas Flanscha-avatar

    Wish I had started using it ten years ago (I know, I know. Apps weren't a thing then.) please do yourself a favor and pick this app and the book up and spend the time. You'll save literally hundreds of hours of wasted time exercising and not improving.

  82. Roamer 321-avatar

    great apps for starting strength workout. Easy-to-follow gives you the bar loading weights. keeps track of all of your progress very well. just needs a couple more tweaks but the developer is working on it constantly

  83. Thomas Lawton-avatar

    Takes the guess work out of training. Has several ways to view progress. Has useful info split by lifts. While I recommend the physical book the app is a great companion and worth every dollar.

  84. Steven Kirk-avatar

    Excellent, handy for work sets, timer, video and quick tips. Great progression chart keeps motivation high. Links to forum and ongoing help. Only thing is weights sometimes don't add up right on bar display of work weight....small thing tho

  85. orest mandzy-avatar

    Serves the purpose. No more lugging my notebook to the gym. A possible improvement is to have the timer tie to your smart watch, ie my Galaxy gear S. The timer, by the way, has been improved. It's almost there.

  86. Stacy Knoechel-avatar

    I have loved using this as a beginning lifter and at times when I have had to deload. I do wish it was a little more customizable toward the end of a linear progression and after.

  87. John Beach-avatar

    would be much better if you could manipulate the training variables and exercise selections so it can grow with you past your novice stage. I spent the $ for the app and haven't had it very long and already feel it is inadequate.

  88. Nick Mullican-avatar

    Has really helped me get back into strength training. Only has a few hiccups. when it shifts to landscape mode to display charts it doesn't switch back to portrait.

  89. Bill Wilson-avatar

    Really good overall. Would like to be able to sync with Google Fit.

  90. James Hughes-avatar

    Been using this now for six months or so. Used to use stronglifts but I think starting strength is a more realistic routine for me and I’ve seen more growth from this app, and more commitment from myself. No glitches for me either.

  91. jacob Fenolia-avatar

    good for tracking SS workouts. wish you could change weights in sets, without modifying entire work out. Much better than carrying around the blue book and a journal in the gym.

  92. Nin10dude 64-avatar

    only reason it isn't getting 5 is because if you need to completely start over (for whatever reason) you always need to make a new account. it should just have a reset feature

  93. Lum-avatar

    Almost perfect. I'd only wish it had front squats log as an optional exercise to the regular squat 🙏

  94. Gary Dunagan-avatar

    The more I use it the more I like it. While there have some issues with the application logging in and updating the workout it may have more tondo with the gym's WiFi than the app.

  95. Aaron Camplain-avatar

    The app is great for basic SS NLP. I just wish additional sets and reps could be added. Accessory movements would be a big plus too. Overall great as is, though.

  96. Pan Zhang-avatar

    Simple, easy to use app. Would like a little more customization, i.e. More control over just work weight without changing the whole work set, changing work reps to greater than 5.

  97. Ken Williams-avatar

    This app had helped facilitate my starting strength program! I am not great at keeping track...and the app does it all for me! I love it.

  98. Krishna Padiyar-avatar

    Krishna Padiyar


    For the most part, a great app for beginners of SS. Would like to be able to modify/add outside the big 3 (or 4) to include secondary barbell exercises.

  99. Austin Gentry-avatar

    Great app and training source! i would suggest adding Fitbit support for heart rate. Also, its clunky to change weight/set in the middle of a work out. Great app though!

  100. Chris Burkhart-avatar

    You're basically getting the book and the app for the price. I would love to see this translate to desktop and to have the ability to edit so I can use it post LP.