Free Workout Timer

About the FitAtMidlife Free Workout Timer

Are you in need of a workout timer? We’ve got a great one, for free. It works with Windows, Mac, iPhone, and Android (tablets like the iPad too). It’s one of the most full featured fitness timers to be found for free, and it’s been used by thousands of people world-wide for many years.

To access the timer, simply open the following URL:
https://fitatmidlife.com/timer

Need help with the timer? Reach out on any of our social media channels, and we’ll give you a hand.

What can I use the free workout timer for?

Great question. Honestly you can use it for anything that requires intervals, circuits, or a recurring time period. So it’s great for HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), tabata, martial arts, such as MMA or boxing, CrossFit, and some people even use it for stretching! Outside of fitness, some people use it for various time management and productivity methods such as pomodoro and GTD (Getting Things Done).

Lastly, the fact that it supports very large displays (like a big screen TV or monitor) means it’s great for group training scenarios.

It’s got a stopwatch mode also.

What makes this free workout timer better than all the others?

It’s super-customizable – sounds, count-down time, rest warnings – we’ve got it all. It’s also very easy to resize for display on all types of devices – from the smallest smart phone screen to the largest big screen TV or monitor.

Can I use it on my iPhone or iPad?

Yes, the timer will work in the Safari web browser on both the Apple iPhone and iPad devices. To use it, simply open the URL https://fitatmidlife.com/timer in the web browser.

Why is it free?

It’s free because we want to help people. It’s something we created for ourselves, but we found immensely useful for all sorts of things!

I don’t hear the sounds in Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) on Windows

To hear the sounds in IE 11, you might have to do the following:

  1. Open Internet Explorer, click the Tools button,
  2. Click Internet Options. Tap or click the Advanced tab
  3. Under Multimedia, select Play sounds in webpage.
  4. Click Apply, OK. Now check if you can play the wav audio files.

We recommend you use Google Chrome or Firefox for best results.