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Compatible with over 1,500 exercises, discover over 500+ workouts, and create custom workouts that support % 1-repetition maximum, AMRAP, interval, and more.
5xlonger battery life
*Compared to the Atlas Wristband 2.
Automatically tracks reps of over 1,500 lifts
With the Atlas Multi-Trainer 3, you can automatically track over 1,500+ lifts like deadlifts, bench press, squats, dumbbell flys,... no interruptions, no pen & paper, no fancy spreadsheet, or buggy app needed.
Automatic Rest Timer
Know when it's time to do another set with an automatic rest timer (and never again fear dropping a dumbbell on your smartphone.)
Heart rate tracking
Push to the limit with heart rate tracking. Atlas Multi-Trainer 3 touts the most accurate wrist-based heart rate analytics. Powered by PerformTek.
500+ pre-loaded workouts
Never search for another workout again! Our massive library of 500+ workouts is pre-loaded into the Multi-Trainer 3 and includes world-class workouts inspired by Jim Stopanni, Kris Gethin, Modern Physique, p90X, and Kayla Itsines.
Auto Calculate 1 Rep Max
The Multi-Trainer 3 auto-calculates your 1RPM, and allows you to use % of 1RPM as your load target, so you're always building as much muscle as possible.
Muscle Activation Diagrams
See exactly which muscles you're "supposed" to be hitting with each exercise, and predict where exactly you'll be sore the next day -- ice bath anyone?
See Your Workout History
Research shows you're more likely to stay focused, motivated, and committed to your fitness goals when you can see your progress -- the Multi-Trainer 3 allows you to see just how much you really improved with every workout and every rep.
I enjoyed the [hundreds] of preset workouts, and would recommend it to anyone that needs to keep their workouts on track and keep the stats of their workout for progress tracking.
I was tired of keeping track of my sets in a spreadsheet. This was a perfect alternative. ... I searched too hard for one. Fitbit, Garmin, Polar, etc. don't get detailed enough with reps counting of specific exercises/sets for me to consider them as your competition
The onboard storage is limited, but I loved that the watch tracked basic movements very well and had a very accurate heart rate...I was tracking my workouts manually and wanted to track them automatically.