Seperate textbox for sets, reps, tempo, rest and weight
Please have separate textbox for sets, reps, tempo, weight and rest, not just a box for sets, and a shared one for reps and weight as it sometimes isn't clear to clients. It would be easier as opposed to typing the rest of the info in notes as I feel like I'm then re-writing the plan again.
Also, the ability to alter plans and measurements from the app would be amazing
Aleksandra Sosa commented
Agreed, I am really missing the tempo section for my clients
Katie Prendergast commented
Yes, absolute must-have for program design
Caleb McClain commented
I'd like to have a better format for entering the parameters for the exercises. Rather than just one box, where you can only type in a single line (no matter how long), why not just have individual boxes to add in each parameter (set#, rep range, tempo, rest, rpe) as well as a section of its own for exercise notes. It just seems very unorganized to me. This was actually one of the few things My PT Hub did very well..
Ashlee Sanchez commented
Being able to add drop sets, negatives, pyramid count or static counts, and tempo.
Nick Haasmann commented
Custom columns for the Programm instead of fixed
I am writing to see if a feature could be added to the app that would allow you to put in reps/weight used while doing a hiit exercise. Please advise.
Alexey Sukhanov commented
it would be great!
Kate Saynor commented
Yep we definitely need something to input tempo training in.
Andrew Griffin commented
All these things and Rep Schemes that can vary from week to week within a program
I use JeFit when I workout by myself... It has all of this in the mobile app. The rest timer is also automatic when you enter the set you just performed and gives an audible beeping countdown during the last 5 seconds which plays alongside my iTunes. I'm no programmer but I'd imagine these things could easily be accomplished by the Trainerize team.
Take a look at that app guys and add it to Trainerize... then I can delete it and use Trainerize to record my own stats as well. :-)
Trainer Calfit55 commented
agreed, clients (no matter how many times you tell them or how often they train with you) will do only what you literally tell them. Just looking at the pictures if its not right next to reps and sets they wont look at the notes all the time.
Allow a section for variable sets/reps schemes (that alter over a program) and tempo.