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    George Fallaw commented  · 

    This is HUGE!!! Clients do not push themselves and manually periodising plans takes a millennium. They should be able to see what reps they need to get to have their projected 1 rep max increase, exactly like the recomposer software. This will mean clients training at an adequate intensity (even with isolation exercises, that you wouldn’t do a 1RM for, but it would be helpful to see what that projected Max is live based on their efforts.
    Currently as it stands now you have to fully save the workout and then start the workout again to see what each individual set meant for the estimate 1 rep max of that exercise.

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    George Fallaw commented  · 

    This would be AMAZINGGGG!!!! If they can see what rep scheme at what weight would equal what 1 rep max it would even help intensity on isolation exercises. (obviously never do a 1rm on a tricep extension) but you know if your set wasn't a good one if you aren't beating that projected one rep max.

    Only the data populates after the workout and you click save, but there needs to be something to boost intensity intra workout and clients need to see what rep schemes and weights will project their 1 rep max to. It's the BEST way to get better and push yourself every session!!

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