Ability to save custom workouts rather than re enter them every time
I feel like I could keep my momentum up if I could choose from a custom/saved workout rather than rebuilding my custom workouts every session
Dion Kardaris commented
This would make it easier to plan out days or weeks, just plug in your workouts and make small adjustments vs. doing the entire thing with sets and rep counts every time
Caitlin Ahrens commented
I agree with what everybody else is saying. It was really hard for me to find all of my workouts and now to know that I have to do the same thing every day is pretty daunting. You save my favorite foods it would not be that hard to make the same option available for a favorite workouts. I really like this app so far but that would make it so much better
Tara Halwes commented
Everything John W said! Except I wasted slightly less time looking for this seemingly essential feature because I came here and found this suggestion.
We need to be able to save a copy of a workout and then be able to modify the copy without that wiping out the original, so the existing function "move workout to another day" doesn't solve the problem.
What's worse is the "build workout" function doesn't give any suggestions or let you browse categories, it's just a blank search field above an enormous list of cut-off titles (at least on iPhone) until you put something in. It doesn't even "remember" exercises you've previously found and added, so we're forced to find the correct variant of each again from this huge list, and because many titles are cut off on mobile you have to go through multiple screens or sometimes even watch a video to confirm "yes this the exercise I think it is". It's hard enough to do all of that once, but to do it every time, from scratch, is a huge deterrent to using this. Ironically, the list of exercises and variants is so thorough that what would normally be a positive and satisfying experience becomes just that much more unusable and disappointing because it takes so long to find and (re)build your workout elements.
John Wikoff commented
I found the lack of this feature so unlikely that I spent over an hour trying to find the hidden capability. This alone is reason enough to use a different app to track my workouts, or I'll just break out a clipboard. Setting up my workout every time is a non-starter.
Unbelievably, the desktop experience is even WORSE!
I thought I might tolerate it there, but I'm utterly unable to create a workout from that interface.
Please FIX THIS. Tracking my workouts is 90% of the value of this app for me.
There are plenty of competitor apps that do this well, but I would much prefer a unified experience with my club.