Options to add in giant sets, compound sets and drop sets. Currently only option on training program is to add super sets.
More variety in type of sets like options for giant sets, rest pause sets, drop sets and compond sets. Currently only option for super sets. More variety is please needed for adavanced programming.
JOSEPH OFULA commented
drop sets giant sets , is needed
Tammy Evans commented
YES Yes yes!!! I need to be able to assign specific reps per set.
For example: 15/12/10
15reps set 1, 12 reps set 2, 10 reps set 3...
Being able to assign drop sets and pyramid sets are important to me.
Plus a button for them to add an extra set would be super nice as well.
Logan Bohn commented
Be able to program a wave loading rep scheme with varying intensities. ie. 5/3/2 or 8/6/4/8/6/4
Be able to record drop set information
Gabriel Grove commented
Carrie McDonald commented
This would be great!
Ashlee Szabo commented
Aaron Down` commented
Yes this would be unreal !!! Would allow for so much more freedom when programming
Coach Nic commented
To have more freedom with our program design!
Ramp Up sets
Last Set Challenge
Tempo Controlled sets
Bart Ellebaut commented
dropsets are really needed!
as are pyramid sets
yes this is URGENT needed
Sammy Hamouda commented
Yes!! Programming in dropsets is needed for sure! The main thing I need right now
Michael Scheepers commented
Agree, to basic at the moment needs more options here
Morgan Hunt commented
Yes this is how to really get progressive overload
Alex Barrie commented
Agreed. At the moment it can only be done from custom exercises by using free text.
Joe Harrenstein commented
Agreed! Currently programming drop sets is a pain and difficult to track. Certainly room to improve here.
Yes same thing I suggested👌👍
This would be awesome, I like recommending Kris Gethin's DTP style training. There are so many drop sets in this type of training. It would be great if something would accommodate.
Able choose whether the exercise is a drop set, super set, negatives, forced reps, etc... For example, being able to enter 3 drop sets of 12, 12, 12 reps (that's one set -- 9 total sets). Instead of just typing 3 sets of 12 reps and explaining everything in the notes section.