allow client to add notes for each excercise
Now, it's possible for clients to make notes for the whole workout, but not for each excercise. Would be great to do that (Example: "Reduced weight bench press due to DOMS" --> barbell bench press. "New record, yes!" --> Barbell Squat)
Otherwise, great job! Love your Service and my clients do too.
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I think it's worth noting that this has been under review since October 20, 2014.
Also, clients should be able to see their notes in the app when they next do the same exercises.
Rebecca Kerr commented
For trainer: Add a special note section for exercise in exercise instruction, not in general instruction area, without having to edit the exercise template.
Anthony Gillespie commented
Totally agree. Super important but yeah great job otherwise
The deeper I get into switching from my current system into the app, the more this feature becomes absolutely imperative.
Dave Mace commented
Yeah, this is something I would definitely find useful
Rob Yontz commented
I would like to be able to insert a text box (ie just prior to a super set grouping or a finisher) so that I can give more detailed direction specific to that group or movement.
Right now it has to go up in the workout directions and just gets lost = clients miss it or forget it as it isnt right in front of them at the moment.
William Arvin commented
For both the iPhone AND Android applications.
Justin Barnikow commented
As opposed to a text box for "reps/weight/time", it should be a tiny box specially for reps, and an additional "notes" or "add-ins" for things like weights, or intensifiers like drop sets and cues etc. to separate them and not look so clustered.
Vote if you agree please!
This would be a great help to stay organized.
Rather than having to type individually "For the squat my left knee started to rotate inwards a bit", etc. they could simply put each detail under each exercise.
I personally like to have clients note something for every exercise they did, be it notes on the weight they used or anything else, this would make it easier for them to do it and easier for me to read.