Heroic performances happen all the time, and we wanted to recognize them by showcasing your personal bests as Fitbod Achievements.
With Achievements you can:
- Attain strength-training achievements as you reach your personal exercise goals.
- Visualize your training progress over time with a theoretical strength score for every exercise.
- Find new motivation to hit specific training goals and keep tabs on your progression.
- Share workout accomplishments and session summaries with friends and family.
Tag #fitbodAchievements on Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter, and our team will re-post your Workout Achievement to the Fitbod community!
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Fitbod Achievements Explained
Here, you can find additional information about each Fitbod achievement and how they track your progress over time with Fitbod.
Projected 1 Rep Max (1RM)
Your projected 1RM is the theoretical maximum weight you can lift in 1 rep for a given exercise, calculated from your past exercise history. This value will always be slightly higher than your actual max weight logged.
In Fitbod, we use this number to calculate how much you should lift in other set and rep ranges. This number is critical for monitoring and optimizing your progress.
Fitbod won't ask you to test your 1RM. Testing your 1RM can be an intense endeavor, and requires a high degree of caution in order to avoid injury. Instead, we use a modified Bryzcki formula to compute your projected 1RM. Think of this as a normalized number that describes how strong you are in the exercise, taking into account the varying sets and reps scheme that you perform.
Once we have your theoretical 1RM, we use a chart (a modified Prilepin's formula) to determine the percentage of your 1RM to perform for the recommended sets and reps of the workouts. Many generic programs will ask you to perform a percentage of your 1RM. Since we know your 1RM, we go ahead and make the calculation for you when recommending sets, reps, and weight.
Volume is the total weight logged across all sets in a given exercise performance. For example:
5 x 95 lbs
5 x 95 lbs
5 x 95 lbs = Volume of 2,375 lbs
5 x 95 lbs
5 x 95 lbs
Volume record represents the highest volume of weight logged for that exercise.
The highest total reps logged in a single set of an exercise.
The highest weight logged in a single rep of an exercise.
Important Note: Performing the same weight at higher reps will not change the weight record achievement. The weight record achievement displays the set at which the achievement was first received. For example, your current weight record for Bench Press is 95 lbs in 1 rep. Performing a set of 3 reps at 95lbs will not change your weight record and 95 lbs in 1 rep.
How to View your Achievements
To view your Achievements for an individual exercise,
- Select any exercise within the app to view its detail page
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Achievements
To view your Achievement for each workout,
- Go to the Log tab
- Achievements can be viewed for each workout logged
We're sorry, Achievements are not available on Android just yet! Our team is hard at work to bring the best features to match the great iOS app experience. To see other features that are on our roadmap for Android, please visit our Plans for Android page.
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