Sweat App Tips: How to see future weeks and add completed workouts

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When doing a 12-week workout program like BBG or PWR, it's helpful to know what future weeks look like so you can know what to expect. It's difficult to commit to a program if you don't know what you are getting yourself into, am I right?!

One common complaint I hear about the Sweat App is that you can only see the current week of the program that you are on. Whereas with the PDFs, you could easily flip through the weeks to see all the workouts in the program. 

However, what most people don't know is that you actually CAN SKIP AHEAD to different weeks in the Sweat App! 

To do this, click your profile picture in the upper right-hand corner of the app to take you to your settings.

From there, click "Manage My Program." 

To keep your existing program but change the week, click "select week" and scroll to the week you'd like to see. From there you can go back to the main screen and view the workouts for that week. 

Alternatively, if you'd like to change the program you are doing, click "select program" to make the change. 

 

The only downside of this is that when you go back to your current week, it will "erase" any completed workouts that you've done for the week. However, you can easily "add" the completed ones back! 

Under the same "Manage my Program" section, you'll see the Resistance, Cardio, Recovery, and Challenge sections. Click on the one you'd like to add, and then check the boxes for the workouts that you've completed. 

This feature is also very helpful if you complete a workout outside of the Sweat App or if a glitch quits out of the app before your progress can be saved.

I love this feature because I typically forget to use the Sweat App during my LISS sessions. This way I can still log my LISS sections and "complete" my week without having to use the app for every workout. 

I hope you find these 2 tips helpful! Let me know if you have any questions about the Sweat App!