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    Rob supported this idea  · 
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    Rob commented  · 

    As I workout or my client does, I want to be able to see their predicted 1RM automatically calculate as they enter in the reps and weight they performed the lift at. This is extremely valuable as the one exercising to have a more accurate idea of how much more to put on for the next set and gives him/her an idea of their intensity from workout to workout. The total volume should also be there...why would I need to add a set? Well if I see that the total volume is falling short of where I want my client to be, I could then make an informed decision to add one or more sets to that exercise or the workout in general.

    Love the app...just needs some valuable tweaks to put it over the hump.

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    planned  ·  Viktor Djurasic responded

    Hi everyone,

    Thanks for your great suggestion! We've added this to our work queue. We'll post further updates here as our teams pick it up to work on it. Please come back to ideas.trainerize.com to add your vote to other ideas.

    Thanks!

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    Rob commented  · 

    Every time I work with a client I wish this feature existed...workouts don't always go as planned and things have to be changed on the fly. Those things need to be documented to explain why the change was made. i.e. John is scheduled to perform 5 sets of back squats but only completes three sets. As his trainer I want there to be a record of WHY he only completed three. Was he tired? Injured? Ran out of time? Poor form so I changed the exercise all together?

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