This will suggest relevant alternatives when you need to substitute an exercise.
This would give you the option to view the app in dark mode.
Create stretching routines similar to workouts. Would be great to be able to have a recovery stretching/flexibility day.
This would allow you to control aspects of the Caliber app directly on your Apple Watch, including logging your workouts.
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 choose whether you’d prefer to see a Sunday or Monday start date for your calendar weeks in the app.
It would be helpful to create a custom training plan and have the option to select a strength workout or cardio workout.
Can you add a feature that allows you to mark a workout/week as deloading so you can reference when it was done and so it does not affect your strength score for the week.
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 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.
Many people do cardio activities that aren't yet listed in the app, i.e. swimming and yoga. Let's get these activities added to the list. If you would like other cardio activities added, just comment on this idea.
During my rest I sometimes open another app… if the caliber app isn’t the top level app my phone won’t ding when the timer is complete (iOS).
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.
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 suggest when you should make adjustments to your workout plan, and then help you automatically make these adjustments.