Be able to add instructions to cardio activities rather than have to create tons of templates
When adding cardio to my client's calendars' there is no option to add individual instructions for cardio activities. We don't want it as a workout template because we will need to change every week. Will it be an option in the future to add instructions to cardio?
I train ultramarathon runners and need more customization for aerobic workouts. The ones you have are too simple.
All that I need is for the box in the option that I can create my own workout, to be increased in depth so that I can add lines, one below the other. The current box is only one line and has a limited number of characters.
My aerobic workouts are very specific and I need more space. I need to be able to do all of this in the app.
I also agree with Alan
Not being able to define the number of intervals when programming for cardio is a pretty big gap. Although I can work around it through the trainer's system, I can't add sets through the clients'.
Has this been resolved? I find this to be a HUGE surprise that Trainerize does not allow for other general activities to be added. I don't want to add boxing or bootcamp as a training program... that's just silly! what am I going to put if it the activities change in every class!
Rob Yontz commented
I also need to be able to use 2 radio buttons at one time... Clients need to know
1) How long or how far to run AND
2) at what %HR or what HR zone)
Doing one vice the other is simply insane, and ineffective.
Also, it would be AWESOME to be able to compile a whole workout instruction using this set up, for instance (as an example)
05 min @ 60-65% HR
05 min @ 65-70% HR
20 min @ 75-80% HR
10 min @ 85-90% HR
05 min @ 60-65% HR
I agree with Alan
Alan Koger commented
This is a big issue I'm finding with setting up cardio. I have my clients perform a lot of cardio and at least having it track interval intensity, time would be huge. The overall UI is a little clumsy in terms of the cardio aspect. I think being able to have at least "intervals" as a cardio activity where we can set the interval time for the rest, the interval, the resistance (if on a machine), incline etc. would be a great feature to have if nothing else.