Add non-training events to the calendar
Many of our clients are training for something specific... be it a sports meet or event, a competition, or a trip to the beach. It would be nice to be able to add those events to the calendar, even if it's just a titled item with no real content.
Right now I build a workout for their events, so that I can see those things on their calendar when I'm building their plan, but that clutters up their training plan.
This is so needed! Events like weddings, comps and holidays
Rafn Franklin commented
It would also be great to be able to schedule their day with all kinds of activities like for example: Sauna in the morning, cold plunge or similar.
The ability to use calendar for labels like “rest” or other specifics to their nutrition or training without having it labeled “general”
Nicole Browning commented
This is my number one ask! The addition of a “custom” event type or at the very least adding a “coaching” event would make Trainerize darn near perfect.
Janusz Prociuk commented
Would be awesome to be able to create events with a specific time and reminder eg to schedule a face to face session or Skype call etc
This would take the planning and scheduling to the next level!
Brandon Westeren commented
Definitely a great idea. Adding in tiny details would make it easier to customize.
Sasha Myers commented
I would like to see an option to schedule a client's race or event (i.e. half marathon, ironman, etc.) on the calendar so we can see it.
Rob Yontz commented
I could not agree more strongly... I would like to be able to schedule on a clients calendar (or them schedule) things such as a coaching call (phone) or video call (ie Skype / Google Hangout). Also I have several clients doing athletic events; i.e. Obstacle Race, Triathlon, 1/2 M, etc. I want to be able to track their race performance so I also have to create a "workout" for these things.. they are not workouts, they are "events"
This would be great! I'd love to be able to highlight the calendar peak week for marathon training or highlight a deadline