How can students log weights in a workout?


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Students have the ability to enter reps or weights completed for any weight based movement that does not have a prescribed rep or weight, thus creating a weight log viewable by teachers and coaches. 

Please note: this feature only becomes available to the student for exercises where reps and/or weights are not prescribed. Most of the PLT4M programs include prescribed weights (utilizing % of maxes), therefore this feature is more likely to appear in custom programs. 

 

How do students log reps or weights used?

 

From the Web:

  1. Students navigate to their assigned workout, and click Start Workout. 

 

  1. When a student encounters a movement with blank cells under the rep or weight column, it will display as an underscore, indicating that the student may input data, as shown below:

 

 

  1. Students may input their own data in these cells by clicking into the cell and typing. Click Done to save the entry as a logged note. 

 

 

From the App:

  1. Students navigate to their assigned workout, and click Start Workout.
  2. When a student encounters a movement with blank cells under the rep or weight column, it will display as an underscore, indicating that the student may input data.
  3. Students may input their own data in these cells by tapping into the cell and typing. Click Done to save the entry as a logged note. 

 

As a coach or teacher, how can I view these logged notes?

 

All recorded data will save as a logged note, viewable by staff through the Activity page. 

 

  1. Navigate to your Activity page, and select See All.

 

 

  1. Utilize the filters at the top of the page to determine the date range and for which group you’d like to view activity for. 

 

  1. Locate a student you’d like to view activity for, and click the arrow to access training details.

 

 

  1. The students Workout History will display with session details, including any logged reps or weights. 

 

 

 

 


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