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Also Allow the rest time between exercises to be louder! If you don't have your headphones in the beep is so low that clients don't even notice it
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We’re currently looking at this. Does anyone else have any other ideas and comments how this could work?
We’re gathering feedback for this feature. Thanks!
Yes!! This would be a game changer and something I have wanted for ages. This would really allow more effective and professional periodisation of programs, not to mention save a huge amount of time.
Currently I have to have a client's program open on my phone to view whilst making changes to their program on my laptop in order to keep things consistent and not have to go back and forth between screens.
Also second the feature to be able to track working sets for each muscle group for the week. This is so important!
Lastly if there was a way to overview numerous blocks of programs like @Perla Grigg mentioned in his comment. It is very hard to map out the direction of numerous blocks of programs.
Making it possible to overview a block of say 3 or 4 programs would be amazing!!!! That way we can really map out our programs properly in advance for example a few phases of progressing the back squat might look like
Phase 1 - Back squat: 3x 10-12 reps
Phase 2 - Back squat: 4x 8-10 reps
Phase 3 - Back squat 5x 5 reps
Phase 4 - Back squat 7x 3 reps
260 votes21 comments · Fitness, Nutrition & Training Features » iPhone App · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We’re currently reviewing exercise-based notes and we need your input to help our team build this out the way you want it.
- Can you give us some examples what you would annotate against an exercise?
- How/when would you like to review exercise notes?
We look forward to hearing your responses! Thanks!
I definitely vote for this idea, and think @steffanshelemey nailed it with his suggestions.
To be able to track things such as band assisted chin ups, or the height at which a client is doing push ups onto.
Also to be able to gauge the "RIR" (reps in reserve) or "RPE" (Rate of perceived exertion) would be SO valuable to be able to make note of and track.