You will see a slightly transparent button on the lower right hand corner of the workouts overview and on the workout screen. Touch the button to toggle between a collapsed and expanded view.

Responsive image Responsive image

Simply hold down on the workout card or exercise card and then drag and drop the card to the new position.

Drag and drop is easier when you collapse the cards first.

Responsive image

Go to the History tab which shows a list of all your completed workouts.

Delete: Swipe left on the workout that you would like to delete. Please note that workouts are not archived. Once you delete an executed workout, its data is gone.

Responsive image

Modify: Touch the workout entry in the list that you would like to modifiy. The already familiar workout screen opens. You can rearrange the exercises, add sets and change actual repetitions, weights and durations. You cannot change the start and finish time and date of the workout though.

You can define four different types of sets: regular working sets, warmup sets, drop sets and failure sets. You can change the set type by touching on the set number:

Responsive image

Set Type Description
Working Set Regular working sets are marked with a blue circle and set number. Working sets are the sets that you do to get stronger or fitter. Every exercise should have at least one working set.
Warmup Warmup (W) sets are yellow. They are executed with a significantly lower weight than your working sets and more reps. They should be executed prior the heavy lifting starts to prepare your body for heavier loads. Warmup sets are not counted in the statistics.
Failure Failure (F) sets are red. During your workout execution, you might attempt an additional rep but do not complete it successfully. Then you can mark this particular set as a failure set. Example: If you managed to do 10 reps and failed on the 11th rep, then you should record the 10 and mark the set as a failure.
Drop Drop (D) sets are turquoise. They are sets where the weight is lowered in order to perform additional reps at lower weights. Drop sets are typically executed without rest right after a normal working set. They help you to increase your muscle fatigue.

You can use seven different labels to categorize your workouts. Those labels can have an optional label name. Label names can be defined under Settings:

Responsive image

On the Workouts tab, those labels can be used to filter the list of workouts. You can apply multiple filters at the same time. Here, the list is filtered for label 2 (which has been given the name "Hotel Workouts"):

Responsive image

Each workout can have multiple labels. On the workouts list, the first two labels are shown on the right hand side of the workout entry by the color indicator bars

Simply swipe right on an entry in the workout history. You can then change the finish date of that particular workout.

Responsive image

Right now we have more than 400 exercises in our database. In order to keep the data comparable between users, we do not allow to create your own exercises. In case you are missing one of your favorite exercises, just get in touch with us and we will try our best to add it to the database.

Each exercise is categorized along four dimensions. When you open an exercise, they are displayed at the top of the exercise screen. Here is a description of each of the dimensions:

Dimension Description Possible Values
Goal Exercises that are categorized as Strength will help you to build up muscle mass and increase your strength. Exercises that are categorized as Cardio will help you to increase your overall fitness. Strength, Cardio
Muscle This dimension refers to the primary muscle group that is trained by this particular exercise. Arms, Shoulders, Back, Chest, Core, Legs and Glutes, Full Body
Type The exercise type refers to the equipment used to execute the exercise. Machine, Barbell, Dumbbell, Bodyweight, Duration, Plate, Band, Cable, Ball, EZ bar, Kettlebell
Metric This dimension determines what the key metric is to track actual and planned values as well as progress for an exercise. Duration means that the exercise is measured in time (e.g. how long you can be in a plank position). Weight means that the key driver is the amount of weights that you lift (e.g. during bench press). Repetition means that the most important metric for the success of an exercise is the number of repetitions you are able to complete (e.g. ab wheel rollout exercise). Duration, Weight, Repetitions

The total volume of a completed workout is only calculated for weight based exercises. For each completed set, the app will sum up the weights by multiplying the weight with the number of repetitions. In case an exercise is mainly based on the bodyweight, then also your current bodyweight is taken into consideration. Repetition or duration based exercises are not included in the calculation for now.