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    L Shubham you can go to your profile and check which achievements you have completed and get the corresponding badge. This Video shows you how to do it (although the profile design has been changed since, so it might look a bit different. But the process is the same) [How to claim badges]

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      Thank you TheRaven for the help
      I did watched the video and made changes in profile
      thanks for the video and your help bro

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        I completed Athena’s Playbook a while ago, I just noticed the little icon disappeared from my profile. I went and clicked it again. Does everyone have this problem?

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          Hbomb3383 that was a known maintenance issue. We wrote about it here: https://darebee.com/hive/news/533861...program-badges

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            Why did my badges disappear from my profile?

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              Melm they were removed as a result of an error, must claim them again.
              See https://darebee.com/hive/news/533861...program-badges

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                A question like this has been asked before, but the answer appeared to be for a specific workout?
                So I thought I'd ask again for pretty much every other workout...

                How exactly are we supposed to do the sets?
                I often go through all the different moves and call that one set. Is this "the right way" or should we do for example 7 sets of one move and then move on to the next one?
                Just want to make sure I don't lose part of the effect by doing it the way I do.

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                  I can help with that, EveryWorld, I think:
                  If the workout is a circuit workout, like this for example, it's done the way you described it. The sets are written above the exercises, next to the levels.
                  If the workout is a classic workout, like this one, you do the number of sets for one exercise, and then move to the next one. The sets are written directly below each exercise, in that case.

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                    Nihopaloa Thank you so much! This question was bothering me for a while because I thought I was doing things wrong. Good to know that wasn't the case
                    (Actually might put that L-sit on my goals list after seeing it)

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