Showing total Volume/ tonnage on the progress section for workouts.
Being able to show total pounds or total Kg's lifted in a workout. Most sensible place would be on the workout progress section. Since you are already able to see individual tonnage on each exercise, being able to see it each workout makes calculations easier on our end as trainers.
Can we make this happen! It would be incredibly useful for both clients and coaches.
Joe Fight commented
Would be a great way to continue improvements and also coaching clients that they can improve not just weight.
Craig Feathers commented
Marc Letayf commented
This is such a simple addition, but so crucial! My bodybuilding clients need to make sure they are pushing more volume each week, and this is the best way to do it!
Daniel Ellis commented
Would love to see total volume for not only the workout, but for each exercise in the workout. Would be great to see on the page that let's you review the workout.
I want to add on to this idea and hopefully get it bumped up in the developer's files. This is a great idea. I personally use an app that tracks my total weight lifted for all my workouts. It's awesome to see after some time you accumulated 100,000lbs or 1million lbs lifted. It would be fun to show our clients that as well that they have surpassed these big mile stones in total weight lifted over time.
Heath Marshall commented
Allow trainers to view total volume weight in the 'review by workout'. Have it calculate at the bottom of the excel graph.
TOTAL TRAINING VOLUME PER SESSION - DAY - WEEK - MONTH.
THIS A FUNDAMENTAL AND TOTALLY ESSENTIAL TOOL for strength & conditioning coaches, trainers and serious coaches
Christa Kenyon commented
The ability to show workout, daily, and weekly volume, especially graphed over time, would be helpful.
Corey Nielsen commented
I absolutely love this idea and agree. I use a group training model and would like to track each clients personal bests per workout as well as their total volume. With these numbers I have them set goals for the following week.
Currently the app will show these numbers after each workout but there is no way to access it afterwards. I believe the more ways we can find to motivate our clients, the better. This feature wouldn't even need a graph in my opinion - would love it but it could be even more simple - you could just display the numbers you already show for later viewing.
Total volume lifted in a single workout is a key number to understand and track. Would love to see total workout volume tracked on a graph by day, and maybe even total volume lifted in a month vs. another month.