Should You Track Your Workout?

Simple answer is “YES” but I’ll elaborate a little:

The success of Fitness as a training program (for the individual) comes down to 1 main ingredient, data! All workouts are meant to be measured, and then repeated later in order to push and measure progress.

Apparently the 2 head coaches believe in workout tracking!
Apparently the 2 head coaches believe in workout tracking!

We believe in the power of workout tracking so much that we pay for all of our members to be able to use a program called Beyond the Whiteboard

There is a reason that the 1st stat shown is Average Power Output!
There is a reason that the 1st stat shown is Average Power Output!

The metric that we look for in Fitness is Power Output, this is the measure of intensity. And it is through intensity that we get results! As you’re able to push this number higher, you will notice a dramatic improvement in your overall fitness. Essentially we are looking for you to train to be able to do MORE WORK IN LESS TIME!

Tracking can also be very helpful with keeping up with what weight you have done on different Barbell Lifts (Cleans, Front Squats, Deadlifts, etc…). This can save you valuable time during the set up of workouts and can help you gain confidence in your ability to take on the workout ahead of you!


If you are somewhat shy and would rather not share your results with anyone, it is still immensely beneficial to you (and your fitness goals) to enter your scores… just keep them private! Simple check the privacy setting on each workout that you log, and change it from “everyone” to “only me”

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