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I've started weight training and I'm in my 4th week now. I'm seeing big improvements. Now I want to start tracking my workouts & diet. Is there a software or a website which allows me to do that?

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1 for a list of applications. Also, if you want to craft your own, Google Forms combined with Excel et al are quite useful. – FredrikD Aug 10 '14 at 12:55 which is still in beta seems to be promising. – claws Aug 12 '14 at 19:59
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I use a variety of apps.

Fitocracy is good for tracking workouts. It's gameified (you get points and levels for your workouts, and there are achievements) which can be fun and motivating.

MyFitnessPal is good for tracking your diet. It has a large database of nutritional info of food, so the hardest part is recording an accurate portion size.

If you do a lot of running/cycling/rowing, then Runkeeper may also be useful. It plugs in to Fitocracy and MyFitnessPal nicely.

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You can use sense iOS app to track your strength workouts. sense cardio and strength tracker

It automatically tracks push-ups jumps squats sit-ups and planks. It also enables you to challenge your friends. It learns from your workouts and generate personal insights to help you improve your form. Check it out.

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