Whenever I talk to my friends, I hear that they have nothing to do at home, and that they are constantly sore, and at fitness levels worse than before the pandemic started. That's what inspired me to create Core Health.
What it does
Core Health provides users with a personalized diet and workout plan based on a quiz that they take on specific body parts, such as their abdomens, chest, heart, legs, and arms. This quiz is only 5 questions, and is uncomplicated. After taking the quiz, users get a score. Based on that score, users get a specific diet and workout plan for different body parts. An additional feature in the workout plans includes an "archive", which allows users to click the name of a workout and see what it is, if they are unsure of it.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
During the creation of my project, I was unhappy with the look of the site. I believed that it looked very plain, so I decided to use many other creative HTML features, such as the typewriter feature for the title, in order to seem more attractive to users visiting the page for the first time.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I'm proud of the many unique HTML and CSS features that I incorporated into my site, as they make it look more professional, and possibly better than many of the eHealth sites we see today. Additionally, many of the recommended diets are based on lots of research that I did with good foods from each food group for different body parts from physical health experts, professional body-builders, and dieticians.
What I learned
What's next for Core Health
I am planning to also learn Swift, so that I can launch CoreHealth onto the iOS app store. This would make the user-experience on the phone more enjoyable.