Maximize training efficiency and effectiveness. Exercise ID makes it easy to see your body evolve as you improve volume output, reps per minute, and muscle fatigue.


Monitor your progress as you navigate training cycles. Workout progress graphs are one of the most useful tools to show whether your metrics like training volume, reps per minute, and VO2 max are headed up or down over time, so you can keep going or turn it around. When you want to see how it’s going, open the Atlas smartphone app.


Atlas Multi-Trainer shows unprecedented detail down to every exercise and muscle group. See your Barbell Squat metrics, no matter which workout you complete it in, and see if you’re ready for a higher load or maybe less rest in between sets. All it takes is just one more rep today.

Friends don’t let friends skip leg day. See exactly which muscles you are "supposed" to be hitting with each exercise, and predict where exactly you'll be sore the next day -- ice bath anyone?

Insights between the beats. HRV is the variation in time between each heart beat. HRV is one of the most useful physiological markers for determining optimal training load, the balance between your stress and relaxation response, and how ready we are for the day. Learn more about recovery and HRV.

Monitor aerobic fitness with VO2 maximum. Your VO2 Max measurement is the key to understanding your personal fitness. It is a key physiological marker of aerobic fitness and reflects how efficient your body can bring oxygen into your body, transport it to your muscles, and then use it for aerobic energy production. As your fitness improves, your VO2 Max will follow. Learn more about VO2 Max.

Intelligent resting heart rate logging. Atlas monitors your RHR (resting heart rate) during your deepest sleep each night for consistent, accurate measurements. The more you exercise, and the harder you train, the lower your resting heart rate can be. Learn more about RHR.