BOSTON (CBS) — Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be difficult. Maintaining Tom Brady’s strict diet and exercise routine can be nearly impossible.

But fortunately, the Patriots’ quarterback is willing to help by launching a brand new TB12 mobile app that offers “a roadmap to the TB12 Method and lifestyle.”

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“The app is a resource to help users build positive daily habits that lead to greater health, well-being, and vitality in their lives and which serves as a complement and deeper dive into the concepts introduced in Tom Brady’s No. 1 New York Times best-seller, ‘The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance,'” a release from TB12 stated. “These core TB12 Method principles and cutting-edge concepts incorporate athletic preparation, hydration, nutrition, and rest and cognitive fitness.”

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The app promises to help users generate a customized workout plan. You may not be able to throw the ball like Brady, but you can still get those muscles nice and pliable for your pickup basketball games.

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If you like the app, though, it’s going to cost you. After a free one-week trial, a premium subscription will run users $19.99 per month, or $199.99 for a full year. It’s also only available on Apple devices for the time being.

Considering the success of Brady’s aforementioned book, and with the interest in Brady’s “PLIABILITY” shirt from a few weeks ago, there’s clearly an interest in Brady’s side project.

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Of course, Brady’s primary job has him preparing for the biggest game of the season this coming weekend in Pittsburgh. But after a shaky performance on national television on Monday night, both of Brady’s interests could likely use a boost with a strong follow-up performance against the Steelers.