Admit it. You've tried to search video social network app Vine for simple exercises you can follow, but somehow got sucked into the blackhole of looking through video after video of people making fools of themselves or animals being all cute. But if you're really serious about looking for fitspiration videos, or even just jumpstarting your fitness routine, then an app that says it's the Vine for fitness is just what you need.
Using the same idea as Vine, OneSet lets you upload 15-second videos but it should be all about fitness ideas, specifically exercises and routines. The videos will be fully categorized so that it will be easy to just browse through the videos or find specific kinds of workouts that you're looking for. Categories include Fat Burn, Calisthenics, Yoga, Home Workouts, Powerlifting, Olympic Weightlifting, CrossFit, Athletes and Stretches. You can also search for workout suggestions for individual muscle groups.
You can also choose from whom you'd want to learn from: your actual friends, peers (probably online friends) or actual experts. If you're a fitness expert, this is also a good opportunity for you to expand your network. It's easy to post videos, and then get instant feedback from the OneSet community, and also find, follow, and interact with both friends and fans (or develop your fanbase as well).
The app is still in beta form, but you can get it for your Android devices already. You can download OneSet from the Google Play Store for free.