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    Taking DAREBEE to another round!

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    TRACK YOUR CURRENT SET OR ROUND AS YOU WORKOUT

    I don't know if it's just me, but it's kind of hard to keep up with what set or round i'm on. I often have to waste paper to jot it down. That's why I believe a checking system (similar to the one above) can make an impact. I put 20 squares because I believe that twenty its the highest amount of rounds/sets you've done. This should work for workouts, programs, and challenges as well, :cool:
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    If you have a pc nearby when doing workouts:
    Open a text file and just press enter for each set down. Each line represents one set.

    I do this, since I sometimes miscount sets (or are unsure). And my pc is always on anyway to check the workouts.

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      #3
      I just make it up as I go along, I figure the mental exercise to remember which set will help keep the brain engaged in other ways. Might as well train all the way around

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        #4
        It is a good suggestion, we will look into it ICEY

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          #5
          I just write everything down in my workout journal :p Good to see your progress over time!

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            #6
            If you have an apple product (I don't know if it's available on android), there's a Tabata Stopwatch app (icon's a little red stopwatch on a black background) that can be programmed perfectly for most workouts that rely on time intervals. So it doesn't work for the workout in your screenshot since it's based on rep counts, but it works for a lot of the hiit/high burn ones. It's free, but there's ads. It basically keeps track of everything- length of each exercise, rest time between exercises if applicable, recovery time between sets, the number of sets you want to do.

            I really like your idea of a native counter, though. I've recently started using the native timers on this site because I'm doing less hiit stuff, and your idea would totally marry well. Or like if you just tapped a button every time you finished a set, and it kept an increment counter for you? Yeahh

            Great thinking!
            :happy:

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              #7
              Thanks razielim

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