CrossFit Style AMRAP workout - Ability to put AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible) as a value when adding number of sets.
Currently when putting in a value for the number of sets for the exercise it is not possible to put anything other than a number.
It would be great to have the ability to put in AMRAP if the exercise is to be completed for As Many Rounds As Possible in a set amount of time.
AMRAP in 5 minutes
Box Jumps AMRAP x 10 Reps
Pushups AMRAP x 10 Reps
Would LOVE to see this asap. Would use it immediately.
Coach Charlot commented
Please update the timer...the timer is so old. Need some upgrade really bad.
Kevin Denz commented
Love this thread! I would like to be able to adjust acute variables( time and rest ratios) within the progression templates in the calendar programming, not just numbers of sets.
Gail Cort commented
Frustrating that intervals can only be one circuit. Would be nice to have it on repeat, so they can do circuit intervals to make use of the timer
Ryan "FitMan" Mac commented
It would also be nice to be able to fast forward through intervals for when the app crashes when halfway through a workout.
Wilson Horrell commented
This would make me incredibly happy! Great suggestion. Awesome to see that it is planned. great job Trainerize!
The timer needs improving drastically.
AMRAP & For time options. (Set a a time limit and have a simple plus button to add your rounds)
EMOM (set the number of rounds with a countdown 5 secs before every minute)
Circuit (select number of rounds, work and rest time)
stopwatch (times your workout)
This is such a necessary thing to have in my eyes, it is a great way to get a client's cardio in while also beating previous performance!
Dustin French commented
I think this would be great too have! Clients get very confused when I put 0 or 1 in the sets.
Kate Saynor commented
Yep, just posted a similar suggestion, but also requested the ability to set single exercises as timed - eg 30 seconds of farmers walk between 30 seconds of treadmill springs. For AMRAP I currently just put a 'goal' number of sets in for the client, but note the details in the instructions. Client then has to log how many rounds in the notes. Not ideal for tracking.
Ana-Florencia Rogers commented
Exactly! I love AMRAP workouts and find it annoying to have to put a value such as "0" or "1" in number of sets... when really that numerical value shouldn't be there. It only causes confusion for my clients. !