In this article you will learn: How to add supersets to a training plan.
Open the training plan menu via the member profile or by creating a training plan template or a catalog plan
Click on the three-dot menu of a training session in the training plan
Select Add superset to training unit
Drag the exercises of your choice into the appropriate fields and configure them as usual
The concept of a superset is to do at least two exercises back-to-back (usually with little or no rest). Based on this, several exercises can be connected directly one after the other to form a circuit training. Trainers can freely decide whether the same, opposite or different muscle groups should be trained in quick succession.
Add a superset to the training plan
To add a superset to the training plan, click on the three-dot menu of the desired training session within the training plans menu. Then select Add Superset to Training Session .
Now add exercises to the superset via drag-and-drop and configure them as usual (parameters and trainer comment). If you add an exercise with the exercise type "Strength equipment/machine" or "Cardio/endurance equipment", you can use the three-point menu on the right in the column of the respective exercise under "Edit device settings" to make further settings (seat height, lever and upholstery settings). If you want to change the order of the exercises within a superset, use the up and down arrows when hovering over the exercise.
Each added exercise is automatically added to the superset - it is rendered within a block. As usual, the number of supersets can also be set using the plus and minus symbols. The data of the previous set are automatically taken over when duplicating.
After saving the training plan, the superset is also displayed on the training plan detail page. The individual blocks are displayed together with the parameters.
Supersets for your members in the app
In the training plan list, the included exercises and the number of created supersets are displayed first.
So that your members can also train off the supersets you have set in the app, they are then displayed on a separate screen during active training. The individual supersets can be opened and trained one after the other like normal sets. Both the individual exercises and complete supersets can be marked as completed.
Should members wish to edit the existing supersets, they can do so in a manner similar to adding exercises to active training. Exercises can also be removed. The processing then always affects all supersets.