This would give you the option to view the app in dark mode.
This would send relevant info about a strength workout logged in the Caliber app to Apple Health / Google Fit, such as the workout completion time and estimated calories burned.
This will suggest relevant alternatives when you need to substitute an exercise.
In cases where we don't have a specific exercise in our database, you'd be able to create a custom exercise that you could add to your workouts.
This would allow you to set up recurring schedules for activities. For instance, you'd be able to schedule your 'Chest Workout' each Monday for the next 12 weeks.
This would allow you to compare progress photos from different time periods side by side in the app, so that you could more easily see visual changes.
This would allow you to select exactly the type of equipment you have available, which would factor into both workout plan generation and exercise substitutions.
I always find it hard to know when to increase weight or increase reps or sets. I think it would be nice to have it learn after a couple of workouts and then start to prefill my log with reccomended weight sets and reps. Or the option of 10 lbs or one more set. Also if working out at home the ability to input max weight available so it knows to increase the difficulty through reps and sets instead
This would allow you to filter exercises by equipment type, making it easier to find what you're looking for when adding or substitutions exercises.
This would allow you to control aspects of the Caliber app directly on your Apple Watch, including logging your workouts.
I’ve mistakenly clicked “complete workout” when intending to add another exercise multiple times, it would be nice to cancel when I make that mistake. At least move those 2 buttons further from each other.
It would be nice to be able to select/search weights and narrow down choices based on the type of exercise (free weight, body weight, machine, cable, etc) so we can more easily graft a workout on the fly.
This would give you an estimate of the duration of your workouts, and would dynamically adjust if you made changes to the number of sets or rest intervals.
This would allow you to sync data directly between FitBit and Caliber.
This would allow you to see a badge for which exercises are currently factoring into Strength Score.