Ability to have sections for each workout such as warmup, strength, assistance, skills, mobility, cool down, etc.
Currently there is no distinction between areas/sections of the workout such as warmup, movement prep, strength, assistance, met-con, skills, cool down, mobility/stretching, etc.
It would be great to have the sections labeled or the ability to create a custom area/section.
It would also be great to have templates for each area/section that could be saved and copied to other workouts.
Rower @ 5 minutes
10 Air Squats
10 Leg Swings
10 KB Swings
10 Lateral Lunges
Back Squat 5,5,5,5,5 @ 75%
10 KB Split Squat
10 KB RDL
Foam Roll @ 2 min
Couch Stretch @ 1 min
Mitch Bressington commented
Massive yes to this please
Yes please!!! This is essential to give the client a more professional view/understanding of the workout structure. PT Distinction offers this and it would make sense to at least match their feature offering.
Massive Yes Please to this - being able to stick clusters of multiple part-workouts on a day and order them so i dont have to keep re-writing entire programs out.
Currently Trainerize’s biggest flaw.
Yes! I was thinking that you could just have a custom "superset" button? where you could click on it and type in the heading you want!
Yes! This is a major turn off right now that I can't create distinction between what's warm up/movement prep and whats the actual workout, or breaking up the core/mobility work from the rest of the workout.
Lucinda Valentine commented
Being able to add sections into a workout (warm-up & cool-down etc) would be great
Yes, I love this idea!
Nathane Jackson commented
Yes, I just posted this as well and my submission brought me to this.
And adjust timer based on that, for example, for watm up (timer in secinds) for strength, sets and reps upon the finish of each set + the weight, rather than waiting until the end and then log those numbers
terra cardwell commented
That and log cardio intervals. If I have someone doing sprint intervals I can't enter the different settings. only the overall time and pace
Would love this!
That would be very helpful!
Audra Thrush commented
You can add them into the workout as exercises. Add exercise: warm up and place it at the top give it a time of 5 mins. This is super easy to do manually.
Rob Yontz commented
Agreed, Chad we have similar programming styles