Create and edit your own workouts using the Builder.
You can also use Builder to make copies of workout programs, and received workouts.
Customized workouts can be added to My Workouts or Client Workouts library.
The basic way to use the Builder is:
- Use search filters to quickly discover exercises
- Drag them into a workout.
You do not have to apply every filter to choose a workout.
For example, if you find workouts you like by just choosing Biceps and then Barbell, you can start building your workout from where.
Tap the bicep icon at the top of the screen to open up a list of body parts.
Choose a body part by tapping its name.
To choose multiple parts, tap the box to the right of the part name.
When you have chosen the body parts you want to work on, tap the dumbbell icon to move on to the next part. You can also tap the bicep icon again to close the list.
Tap the dumbbell icon to open up a list of equipment.
Choose the equipment by tapping its name.
To choose multiples, tap the box to the right of the equipment name.
If you do not want to use equipment, you can choose the Body Weight option.
Just as Body Part and Equipment, tap the folder icon to open a list of other options.
You can choose one option by tapping its name, or multiple by checking the boxes to the right.
If you choose a category, and no workouts are showing, try adjusting your search filters.
Choosing to work out your Biceps, using Barbells for Yoga probably isn't going to show anything!
The magnifying glass icon opens the text search field. Enter keywords, full, or partial exercise names to see the results.
The search function searches your results applied filters. If you want to search all workouts make sure the previous filters are cleared.
For example, you can type any of the body parts, equipment, categories, and/or the exercise name.
Place a space between words to narrow the text search (i.e. Twist Lunge Dumbbells).
There are several ways to interact with exercises in the Builder:
- Drag any exercise from the results area into the workout.
- Double-tap an exercise to add it as the last exercise in a workout.
- Drag an exercise already in the workout into another spot.
- Drag an exercise out of the workout to remove it.
- Double-tap an exercise already in the workout to remove it.
You can tap on exercises to enlarge them, read their tips, or watch a video.
Use the zoom function to see the exercise history or set target intensities.
When you are ready to continue, tap the Next button on the top right of the screen.
Adding My Exercises
Tap the + button on the top right to create a new exercise from Builder, and have it automatically added to the current workout.
See My Exercises for details on creating your own.
After you have built a workout, you can give it details to help further organize your library.
The options available are:
- Name - Name is the only required field. You can name your workout whatever you want.
- Description - An optional field where you can describe the contents of the workout.
- Goals - Can describe the purpose of the workout. Adding Goals will tag the workout for future searches.
- Workout Time - Workout Time provides guidance on how long the workout should take, and is used along with difficulty and user’s weight to determine the estimated caloric burn.
- Difficulty - The difficulty scale is for you to use as a reference. If you are creating a workout for someone else, you can decide how hard this may be for them.
At the bottom of the screen is the Set Target Intensities button. Tap this when you are ready to move forward.
Set Target Intensities
The settings here are applied to the entire workout. Each option on this screen can be edited by tapping on them.
Typically a workout will be set up by:
- Reps in a set
- Sets per exercise
- Rest between sets
If the exercise does not require reps, tap on the option to choose seconds instead.
Sets can be changed into various options, including intervals, circuits, or triple sets.
If you want to set different options for each exercise, tap Manually Add Targets on the bottom of the screen.