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    1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Not sure we totally understand. Have you checked in your drafts folder?

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    planned  ·  1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Gabriel,

    Both AMRAP buy-in and EMOM AMRAP format are on our radar. Thank you for the post! We do support rest time in EMOMs via add rest group.

    Thanks!

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    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Andrea, we have the ability to save workouts you want to schedule repeatedly from your library.

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    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Can you provide us with more info. We're not sure what you mean by this request.

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    planned  ·  1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    We've added this to our backlog.

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    2 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    We'll work on better notification for our workout validation. As for time caps, that is in the books and we've worked out how we'll handle scoring to reflect proper metrics. It's just a matter of time before we get this implemented. We'll put this into the release notes once we push it out.

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    4 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Happy to help or hear out suggestions.

    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    You're right, there is no way to schedule a workout in the past. We don't allow scheduling in the past because they'd never come up on the whiteboard to be scored. We are developing a calendar feature to allow this on mobile, but we currently don't allow it.

    What you can do is create a workout, save it and score it in the past. Alternatively, if the workout already exists you can search for it and score it in the past as well.

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    3 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    It's actually not part of a technology default as much as it is related to America insisting on doing everything different than the rest of the world. We currently comply with their standards by default.

    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    We'll add this to the backlog.

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    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Why oh why did America have to adopt imperial... the bane of my existence. Thank you for alerting us to this BW-Merlin.

    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Ironically we store data in metric and convert it to imperial for the interface. Fear not BW-Merlin, we will expose account preferences to display metric values. Hang with us, we're working on it.

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    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    We will put in a feature request for copy notifications. The movement reorder is in our backlog so we're on it. Keep scoring!!!

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    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    BW-Merlin, these are some well thought out scenarios and certainly realistic. Complexity is a fine art balanced with simplicity. So let’s break your scenarios into two distinct situations; training & competition.

    Training is our primary focus today. Competition is something we’ve got road mapped to tackle some time down the road. Having said that, let’s assume that programming is intended to balance work evenly (with some exceptions) and go from there. First and foremost, the current version of Kilomodo as I write this allows for anyone imputing a score to alter reps, weight, and movements for scaling or modification purposes, independent of what a partner may enter. Which I think addresses some of the concerns of pairing up athletes with different abilities.

    Where we know we need to work to get a better representation of scores and performance as we see it is this. Marking workouts as team and allowing for the ability to tag a partner(s). This not only records the workout information for the athlete with whom they partnered with, but it also signifies scores as a representation of a team effort. Something we unfortunately don’t do today but it is a burning concern that we are looking to address sooner rather than later. As for accuracy of work, we encourage workouts intended for teams to be written to represent the work as single individual will undertake. As an example.

    For Time: In teams of (2)
    10 rope climbs
    2000m row
    100 KB Swings
    2000m row
    10 rope climbs

    Would be written in Kilomodo as:
    For Time:
    5 rope climbs
    1000m row
    50 KB Swings
    1000m row
    5 rope climbs

    The finish time would be the total time it takes for the team to complete the workout. Understanding that the score is not an exact representation of the time it may take an athlete to do that work had they individually performed it as it is written in Kilomodo. However, from a metrics perspective it is in fact 100% accurate. That is the work that was accomplish, and it is in fact the duration of time that person spent to do it. Despite the fact that they may be able to do it faster without a partner involved. Which is why tagging is an important feature for us to implement. Primarily for athletes that like to have that information. Coupled with the undesirable artifact that we are dealing with scores that incorrectly reflect fitness level ability. Personally I’m more interested in having my data metrics recorded, than someone mistakenly thinking it took me a long time to do a workout while assuming it was an individual effort.

    As for static holds or as I like to call them, penalty movements or minimum resting efforts. These are also on the drawing board. Along with EMOM disruption during For Time or AMRAP style workouts. When we approach the competition style scoring we’ll have many things to consider. Such as if performance is something we want to preserve in conjunction to score. In other words, are folks as interested in accurate performance for metrics in that setting vs. training? When I examine the 1-rep minimum rules and the strategies one team may do over another it creates a landscape of complexity starts to out weight the benefit in my mind. I would be much more inclined to integrate wearable data collection to measure performance in a competition setting. Hint hint…

    Lastly, thank you for the feedback that you have been providing. We truly appreciate the thought and time you’ve offered. It’s has a tremendous amount of value and I hope that you continue to challenge us.

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    planned  ·  1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminKilomodo (Admin, Kilomodo) commented  · 

    Totally agreed. We'll put that into development. Thanks Erik!

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