• Your Workout Report

    Table of Contents

    How to Access Your Workout Report

    Fitbod app

    Emailed Reports

    Report Breakdown

    Date Range Filter

    General Metrics

    Muscle Strength

    Muscle Volume

    Report Notifications

    Log Tab Banner

    Emailed Reports

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Can I edit the date range filter to whatever dates I want?

    Can I change when I receive my emailed reports?

    I’m not receiving my reports via email. What can I do?

    Can I receive either the weekly or monthly workout reports instead of both?

     

    As a Fitbod subscriber, you will have access to Your Workout Reports which provide you with information regarding your logged workout history. You will see metrics like,

    A comprehensive breakdown of the report can be found in this article along with how and when you are notified that your report is ready. Your Workout Report can be accessed via the Fitbod app or your account on the Fitbod website

    *** Important Notice:

    You can view the workout report calendar for up to 365 days!

     

    How to Access Your Workout Report

    Fitbod app

    To access Your Workout Report within the Fitbod app, please follow these steps:

    1. Open the Fitbod app
    2. Select the Log tab
    3. Select Settings (top right)
    4. Select View Your Workout Report

     

    Emailed Reports

    Within Your Workout Report email, which is sent weekly and monthly, you can access the report by selecting See Your Report near the bottom of the email. 

    Please note, you will need to have logged at least one workout within the week (or month) prior to receiving your Weekly (or Monthly) Workout Report otherwise, no report will be sent for that time period.

    If you are having trouble receiving Your Workout Report email, please check if you’re subscribed to these emails by going to your Notification Preferences in your account on the Fitbod website or following these steps in the Fitbod app:

    1. Open the Fitbod app
    2. Select the Log Tab
    3. Select Notifications
    4. Select Marketing Communications

    If your Notification Preferences are not the reason why you are not receiving them, please contact our Support team at support@fitbodme. Our team would be happy to assist you! 

     

    Report Breakdown

    Date Range Filter

    One key feature available in Your Workout Report is the ability to analyze your workouts using the date range filter. With this filter, you’ll be able to measure and visualize your workout history by Week, Month, 6 Months (in some cases), and Year.

     

    General Metrics

    Within the first section of Your Workout Report, you will find general metrics such as Total Workouts Logged, Total Weight Lifted, Total Calories Burned, and Total Workout Duration. Each metric will be displayed on its own card along with a comparison to the last week, month, or year, depending on what date range filter is selected. Below, you can find an example of a general metric card that would be seen in Your Workout Report along with how to read and understand its components.

     

     

    Muscle Strength

    The next section in Your Workout Report is Muscle Strength. Here, you can find your current Muscle Strength score for each muscle group. You can analyze your Muscle Strength by the past week, month, 6 months, or year by selecting one of the options in the date range filter.

    Muscle Strength score is an aggregated score, not measured in lbs/kgs, that reflects the overall strength of a specific muscle group based on all the exercises you perform for that muscle. For information regarding Fitbod’s Muscle Strength metric, please visit Fitbod Metrics + Records from our Help Center as well as Introducing the Muscle Strength Score from our Blog.

    Below, you can find an example of a Muscle Strength card that can be seen in Your Workout Report along with how to read and understand its components.

     

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    Muscle Volume

    The last section in Your Workout Report is Muscle Volume. Similarly to Muscle Strength, you’ll find the total volume lifted for each muscle group as well as analyze Muscle Volume by the past week, month, 6 months, or year by selecting one of the options in the date range filter.

    Muscle Volume is the product of the reps, sets, and weights you lifted while performing an exercise. For information regarding Fitbod’s Muscle Volume metric, please visit Fitbod Metrics + Records article from our Help Center.

    Below, you can find an example of a Muscle Volume card that can be seen in Your Workout Report along with how to read and understand its components.

     

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    Report Notifications

    Log Tab Banner

    If you opt into in-app Workout Report notifications, you’ll see the “Your Workout Report is ready” banner in your Log Tab every Monday.

     

     

    Emailed Reports

    As a Fitbod subscriber, you have the option to receive Your Workouts Reports weekly and monthly. The weekly report is sent out every Monday while the monthly report is sent out once a month on a Tuesday. 

    You can opt in (or out) to receive these emails by setting your preference in your Notifications Preferences. You can access your Notification Preferences in your account on the Fitbod website or following these steps in the Fitbod app:

    1. Open the Fitbod app
    2. Select the Log Tab
    3. Select Notifications
    4. Select Marketing Communications

     

    FAQ

    If you have a question that was not answered in this article, please contact our Support team by emailing support@fitbod.me. Our team would be happy to assist you!

     

    Can I edit the date range filter to whatever dates I want?

    Yes, you select the Custom date range filter which allows you to select a specific date range you would like to analyze.

     

    Can I change when I receive my emailed reports?

    Unfortunately, no. You cannot change when to receive these emails at this time.

    Again, the Weekly Workout Reports are sent every Monday and the Monthly Workout Reports are sent once a month on a Tuesday. 

     

    I’m not receiving my reports via email. What can I do?

    You will need to have logged at least one workout within the week (or month) prior to receiving your Weekly (or Monthly) Workout Report otherwise, no report will be sent for that time period.

    If you did log a workout and did not receive a workout report for that time period, please check if you’re subscribed to these emails by going to your Notification Preferences in your account on the Fitbod website or following these steps in the Fitbod app:

    1. Open the Fitbod app
    2. Select the Log Tab
    3. Select Notifications
    4. Select Marketing Communications

    If your Notification Preferences are not the reason why you are not receiving them, please contact our Support team at support@fitbodme. Our team would be happy to assist you! 

     

    For iOS only

    If your Fitbod account email is associated with a Private Relay email generated by Apple (article), you may have email forwarding turned OFF which will block any emails to be sent to your actual email inbox. To access this setting, please use the following instructions:

    1. Open iPhone Settings
    2. Select your Apple ID profile
    3. Select iCloud
    4. Select Hide My Email
    5. Select Fitbod

     

    To receive email communication from Fitbod, please have Forward To toggled to ON.

     

    Can I receive either the weekly or monthly workout reports instead of both?

    Unfortunately, no. All workout report emails are categorized as Workout Reports in the Notification Preferences and can not be separated at this time.