This website is pretty nice, and smooth. You need an invite, but each person invited gets 10 invites, so with the help of members here, we can all be on this site. You have the ability to follow friends and see how their routines are going. It does slightly resemble that of a social network site, but I don't really pay attention to that aspect.
What is this site for?
This site is for people who are having issues sticking to a schedule, or simply want to keep track of progress as easily as possible.
How do I sign up?
Someone will need to send you an invite by email only, once you've been sent the invite, it will simply contain a URL with a registration forum. From there, you then enter some basic information and you're registered.
How do you use it?
There's a couple of things you can do. You can set up daily routines and select which dates you want to do that routine on, your routines are also stored for easy access. You will then go to the site on a workout day, and your entire routine that you've set up will be there. You can also just add what ever workouts you plan on doing at any moment. They seem to have a billion different workouts to choose from, there's cardio workouts, and also weight lifting workouts.
Setting up a workout
First, you'll want to go into the Track tab at the top, you will see that you first get to choose which date you want this workout to occur (defaulting to the current date). There is an Exercise tab, and a Routine tab, all of your prefab routines you decide to save will be here.
Now you want to add each exercise you will plan on doing in this workout, either by simply searching, or by browsing the categories. At the bottom of the categories, to make it easier for you there are a number of options to choose if you only have certain equipment, or even non at all (Body Weight option). Keep in mind that every exercise listed has a detailed description (if more help is needed there are tons of youtube videos out there for each).
Each one you add will place a form on the page, where you can then add and remove how ever many sets as you please; You can remove and add sets at any moment by clicking the buttons at the top of that particular form. Clicking the X at the top right obviously removes that exercise.
You will also notice a 'Notes' section at the bottom of each form, I use these to tell myself rather that exercise was too hard, too easy, or where I got too exhausted. There is also an Options link down at the bottom of the very last exercise, which will allow you to save today's workout, save the workout and keep it as a routine, or simply save a new routine.
Saving your workout
When you are done working out and you've chose to save the routine or not, you can click Log Workout. You are then given options to share it on other sites like facebook, and you can also go back and do some more, then save again.
You are also rewarded points for each exercise, and also points for just keeping up with your fitness. There are leader boards on the site for these points (not that this interests me).
I have just signed up to this site a couple days ago, thanks to my friend who showed me it and invited me, so I haven't used it too much. So far, I really like it and I found it helpful. There are groups on there as well, so maybe we can start up a facepunch group if enough people join.
If anyone is interested, please PM for invites so long as I have some left. Right now I have 9 remaining
Try joining from this url http://ftcy.co/tqNQos