Have an EMOM or E2MOM workouts
An every minute on the minute function allows the trainer to create a routine with different exercises that are done for a certain amount of reps with in the time frame window of a minute.
Min 0+1: Row 100 meters
Min 1-2: push-ups x 15
Min 2-3 pull-ups x 10
Min 3-4 Bike 10 cals
Min 4-5 Kettlebell Swings x 15
Min 5-6 Goblet Squats x10
Min 6-7 Rest
What ever time is left over in the window of said Minute is the clients rest period
Every 2 Minutes:
Ski machine 100 meters
Push Press x 10
What ever time is left over is the rest period...then it repeats.
The possibilities are endless!
Scope health And fitness commented
Allow a function to add a time to a set of exercises rather than prescibed sets.
Allow a feature for only timed sets.
eg, 12 Minutes work - then exercises and reps within the set
Dave Aisenstat commented
To make our lives easier than using a work-around, it would be amazing to add AMRAP, AFAP, and EMOM to the workout types. I feel this would save a ton of time and allow for even more diversity of workouts.
Allow programming to also have a timeframe- “on a 20 min clock” for things like AMRAPs or EMOMs.
Erin Furtak commented
I like creating a lot of HITT workouts for my clients, but can't always get across how exactly they should perform an EMOM or AMRAP workout without it being confusing for them
Patrick DellaPace commented
Having a lot more options in set, rep, timing structures like this would significantly improve Trainerize. I often have to spend a lot of time explaining to my clients what they have to do (such as with the EMOM) since there is no straight forward option to program this through the site
Jeremiah Caterina commented
Is there a way to set up Every Minute on the Minute (EMOM), AMRAP, and similar style workouts in the workout sections? I like to program these style of conditioning and it would be nice to not put how to perform the workouts in the notes section as that often gets overlooked by clients.
Michael Sperling commented
ability to do Emom workouts with multiple exercises being done each minute. Example
3 pull-up + 5 push-up + 5 squats in one minute
This is an additional way to time sets - every minute on the minute (or every other minute on the minute) that is useful to measure work capacity. It's a little clunky to just use the "rest" feature because by nature this will vary if they're moving more efficiently.