In this article you will learn to: how to add equipment settings to exercises in a workout plan.
Quick guide to adding device settings within a workout plan:
- Members / Select Member / Training / Training Plans
- Click on Create training plan .
- Add exercises with the exercise type cardio/endurance equipment or strength equipment/machine.
- Click Edit equipment settings and add the desired settings.
To give your members better support when training with machines, you have the option to add machine settings to specific exercises within a training plan. These settings will then be displayed to members within the active workout in the MySports app.
Add equipment settings
As soon as you create a training plan (regardless of whether it is a training plan template, catalog plan or individual training plan via the member profile) and add an exercise with the exercise type cardio/endurance equipment or strength equipment/machine , the Edit Equipment Settings button will appear below the exercise.
In the modal that now opens, you can add the following settings to the equipment-based exercise:
- Seat height
- seat inclination
- Chest pad
- Back cushion
- Arm lever
- Knee pad
- Foot pad
- Range of motion
A number between 0 and 99 can then be stored for each device setting, depending on the device you use and the individual settings for your member.
The now saved settings are displayed in the training plan builder, on the training plan overview page and in the MySports App.
View and change device settings in the MySports App
Your members will then find their individual device settings directly visible at the respective exercise in the active training mode. This ensures that all device-based exercises can be performed correctly.
If a member wants to change their device settings, they can also do so easily within the MySports app. With a click in the respective field of the device settings, a new number can be entered and saved. If the training unit within the plan is now trained again, the updated device settings are automatically displayed.