Exporting Workouts/Programs to PDF
Can we please have someone spend a bit of time rehashing the PDF export for the workouts? Every time I export my workouts to a PDF, I have to put them through Google Sheets first, so that when printed they line up a bit nicer, and look like some thought has gone into the formatting.
(1) It would be really great if the printouts were such a size that the average person's handwriting would actually fit in the boxes,
(2) Furthermore to this, if I've spent the time to go through and edit all the workouts in the spreadsheet editor, it would be nice if the export also printed those expectations. Even if put in brackets, or something, just so we know what the expectations were for that round vs what was completed.
(3) Selecting multiple Workouts to print in 1 go. I'm sure this WAS a feature? The only issue I had with this previously was al the workouts printing without taking into account page breaks. If the 'standard' options for export could be A5 or A4 then you know where to put the page breaks, or, simply limit 2-3 workouts per A5 page and 3-5 workouts per A4 page?
Quenten Thompson-Phillip commented
Being able to download a pdf version of the full program created in the calendar, incorporating the info in the progression spreadsheet.
Ty The Trainer commented
Not sure why this isn't something that's available already. Feel like it should be a standard feature to be able to properly export programs instead of having to go through the whole 'print' process to do so! Super annoying and not optimal as workout names get cut off. Hope this gets addressed soon!
Dean Nicholson commented
Note: The list of print types would be further improved with the inclusion of the message at the front of the workouts. For example, when I write 'You must use weight appropriate to the reps in the exercise' would be REALLY useful in the export too! Perhaps even a checkbox to include the note from every workout, or just the first workout, if we have the same copy/paste for all workouts, like I do :)
Ashley Kailing commented
This is the one thing that is a necessity still on here. I have people that pay for these programs, but and want them to keep the workouts given to them. So an Easier PDF would be great. I know you can download some PDF versions, but they are either too long with all the photos or just not as well laid out. So if there was a better way to download them that would be wonderful!
Kami Pellerin commented
I agree, clients need this especially once they are deactivated but have paid for a program... they should be able to have the option to download it and keep it.
The workouts created in Trainerize are currently available only on Trainerize. However, when a trainer creates their workouts, they want to have a copy so they may remember and use that workout later or use the workout on people who don't have the app. I believe it would be very beneficial to make the workouts/programs available to download, and they could be downloaded onto a PDF or even an excel sheet of some sort. The workouts to download would not need to include the videos on Trainerize, but merely the sets/reps/times/distances, etc. that may be included.
Natalia Casanova commented
A way to save a program (entire program, not one workout) as a pdf and email to client.
Elizabeth Wergin commented
The ability for master workouts to have a url link that I can copy and paste into an email or other platform
Download the workouts or training program to a PDF
Jeff Magnuson commented
Would be nice for people to be able to create a PDF document of their entire workout plan that they can save on their computer (instead of just the print option).
Aja Davis commented
It would be nice to be able to create a downloadable pdf with the client's workout program. Often once my clients are done with their online training, they want to keep the workouts but I don't want them to take up space in my online training account.