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  1. Allow us to use our existing connected devices on our phones such as a garmin watch or HR band to attach heart rate data to a program

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  2. Hello,

    I'd like to be able to easily see variations in readiness compared to the stress we put on athletes.

    Currently the session rpe is of no use, we should be able to use it better.
    For instance using the Rpe * session duration would give us a good information on the stress we put on athletes, and seeing how they recover would give us a nice idea if we are doing too much or not.

    Having those on the same graph would be great.

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  3. 1 vote

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  4. 5 votes

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  5. 5 votes

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  6. Percentages could be influenced by a low readiness score.
    Ex a athlete is totally burned out and have a readiness score of 2 all percentage based programming could subtract with a factor depending on a objective scaling, that way the readiness score becomes a integral part of the workout as it playas directly in to the percentages used.

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  7. 1 vote

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  8. 3 votes

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  9. i.e. report pulls all "back squats"

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  10. 4 votes

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  11. 3 votes

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  12. 2 votes

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  13. 10 votes

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  14. 1 vote

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  15. Currently you have to select from the entire list of exercises which one you want to see your training statistics on. It would be better to select a set of graphs for desired exercises that the athlete wants to routinely track, so that the exercises of interest load automatically and you can view them all by scrolling up or down without having to select which exercise you want to look at every time. Additionally, it would be helpful to be able to create groups of exercises (ie goblet split squat, suitcase split squat, barbell split squat) are all the same…

    5 votes

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  16. It would be really great to have a functionality to track the volume (either total weight lifted or number of sets) per muscle over time (ie by week, month etc). This feature would make it much easier for the athletes and coaches to see how balanced their program is, and make changes to the program to give more attention to lagging muscle groups. I'm imagining a dropdown box where the user can select a muscle group and a graph of volume over time will be plotted, in addition to a sort of heat map on a body graphic to show…

    15 votes

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  17. An athlete should have access to past sessions after stopping. I paid for those sessions and should have access to them.

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  18. 1 vote

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  19. If I have total sets, I can find out average reps per set. Eg. If a workout has 75 total reps and 15 working sets, I know the average reps are 5, which means my athletes are training at approx 85% for the defined period (an single workout in this example). Helps me cross reference that I’m prescribing appropriate load & load volumes, as well I can compare expected (prescribed) vs actual (athlete results).

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  20. Ability to pull report from time period (not just single date) and get daily output and average for that time period. (i.e run Readiness report for a Team for a given Week, then have that display each day output data then avg for the week).

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