The personal trainer custom web page lets personal trainers have their own personalized page. On this page, trainers can include info on themselves and their business. They can include the types of services they offer, share selected contact information, display certification info and specialties, and accept payments all on this FitSW personalize web page. Each user can choose their own page address: www.fitsw.com/pageaddress where pageaddress is whatever they want it to be. More info on the personalize personal trainer web page.
We have recently added new features to this page including the ability to upload your own custom logo to show up at the top and a way to specify the country which you are based. Below are more details.
Adding a Custom Logo to your Personalized Web Page
On your Account -> Profile page at the bottom, there is a place to upload your custom logo for your personalized web page as seen in the below image.
Trainers just need to click the Add Your Logo Image and select the particular image from their computer. As a result, their Personalized Web Page will be updated to show that logo at the top like this:
Selecting and Displaying Country on Personalized Web Page
If a personal trainer is doing in-person training, then they likely want to let potential customers where they offer services. On the personal trainer custom web page, users can include their country. In addition, trainers can also include the postal code / area so that potential clients will be able to find them and know where they are based. Previously users could only select between a few countries but based on feedback from FitSW users from all over the world, we have now added all countries. Users can select their country on our iOS App, Android app, or on our website.
Selecting Country on Mobile App
To select your country on the mobile app, go to the apps Profile Screen.
Selecting Country at FitSW.com
To select your country at FitSW.com, go to the Account -> Profile page. Then, you will see a field called country with a drop down menu that lets you choose your country.
Trainers can also enter their Postal Code / Zip Code to be more specific on their location.
We recently made updates to our personal trainer workout tracker that enable trainers and clients to classify workouts as “Complete”, “Not Met”, and “Open”. This also works for Diets and Tasks but in the post we will discuss mostly how it applies to workouts. These new update are available on iOS, Android and on our website.
Tracking Workout Completion at FitSW.com
To mark a Workout as “Complete” on the website, go to the specific users Workout page. In the “Status” column you will see either a red square, green check mark, or orange “X”. By clicking these, personal trainers and their clients can change the workouts Status to Open, Complete or Not Met.
If you have email notifications turned on, trainers can be notified of workout completions or other status updates. Trainers and clients can also click the word “Status” at the top of the Status column in order to sort Workouts by their status.
Tracking Workout Completion in our iOS and Android Apps
In our mobile apps, trainers or clients can swipe any workout in their workout list to the left and the app will display options like “Complete”, “Not Met”, etc depending upon which tab the user is on. We have also added a “Not Met” tab in addition to the “Open” and “Complete” tabs we had before. Now, users can see which workouts have been classified as Not Met.
New Status Buttons on Workout Details Screen
We have also added “Complete” and “Not Met” buttons to the Workout Details screens as well. Trainer and Clients will find this at the bottom of the Workout Details page so that they can mark the workout complete right there on the screen they were following along with.
After the user clicks Complete or Not Met, the Workout is moved to the Complete or Not Met tab. All the above features work the same on Workouts, Diets and Tasks so give them a shot and let us know what you think.
We released new versions of the iOS app and Android App recently that allow personal trainers to view all of their clients assessments in a convenient Assessment List. This makes tracking fitness client progress for these Assessments even easier. Trainers can customize the assessments for each of their clients or use the same Assessments for all. We even added a Default Assessments list that the trainer can customize. Every new client the trainer adds will then automatically have those specific Default Assessments. Trainers can track progress for any Assessment they creates whether its Body Fat, Weight, Push-ups per minute, etc. More details on how to enter progress are specified in this post.
Accessing New Assessment List Menu on the Mobile App
All personal trainers have access to our new Assessment List. In iOS, trainers can access this in the “More” menu item. In Android, trainers can access this in the Side Bar menu.
Once a personal trainer taps on the Assessments List menu item, they will see a list of their clients along with an item called Defaults.
Tapping on any client will show the specific clients Assessments. The trainer can then Add / Edit or Delete Assessments for that client.
The Default Assessments are automatically added to every new client that is added. The trainer can edit or add to this list so that every new client added will get specific assessments. This does not affect existing clients Assessments either – only new ones that are added will get the latest Default Assessments.
Trainers can add an Assessment for a client or to the Defaults by clicking the “+” symbol in the upper right. The app will present a screen to enter in Assessment Name and Description.
Trainers can edit an Assessment by simply clicking on that assessment in the Assessment List.
Trainers can delete an Assessment by Swiping Left on the specific assessment in the Assessment list.
All updates a trainer makes to their assessment lists will carry over to the Progress menu item. When trainers or clients go to enter progress data for a specific in the Assessment list, it will be there. This makes it even easier for trainers to get setup for tracking fitness client progress.
Update your iOS and Android Apps to the Latest Version
We recently released two big updates for the iOS app and Android app that add several features. These versions will also increase the speed of the app. Please make sure you and your clients download these latest versions found on the app store. FitSW provides Personal Trainer Software for iOS and Android – both of these platforms were updated.
Since we have updated these new versions, the older versions of the app may exhibit some issues. So please make sure you and your clients download the latest versions (1.68 for iOS and 1.66.3 for Android).
Get the Latest App Versions today to Eliminate Bugs and Use New Features
Prevent Issues/Bugs in App by Making Sure you Have the latest version from the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store.
FitSW on Apple App Store
If you are having any issues with the app, make sure you have the latest version of the iOS App from the app store. Older versions may have some issues.
FitSW on Google Play Store
Personal Trainer Software for iOS and Android
The new features we added work in both iOS and Android. Some of the new features we added include:
Improved Workout Results tracking
New swipe to Complete workout, task and diet feature.
New classification for Workouts, Tasks, and Diets called “Not Met”
Added Assessment List with ability to update
Faster load times of Exercise List and Food List
Additional Food List foods and Exercise List exercises.
Ability to schedule times to workouts.
We will share more details on these new features and a few more in future posts.
We have added several usability improvements to the Personal Trainer Scheduler to make it better work with the Workout Builder. The biggest one is that we now allow personal trainers to specify a time for their clients workout if they would like while the are building the workout. The app / website then automatically adds the workout to both the trainer and client’s schedule. This is currently implemented on our iOS app and our website. It will be available on the Android app in two days.
Add Personal Training Workout to Schedule in Mobile App
Here is how you can add a workout automatically to your Personal Trainer Schedule Calendar.
On the Edit Workout or Add Workout screen, you will see some text on the same line as the Date that says “Specify Time”. Tap this.
Enter the Start Time and End Time and tap “OK”
The time will then be specified for this workout. If you would like to change the time, simply click the current times that you just set. When you Update / Add the workout, the app will automatically add it to your Schedule Calendar.
The personal trainer and client’s Schedule Calendar is now updated to show the workout that was added from 12:00pm to 1:00pm:
Similarly, the website version of the Schedule Calendar displays this event as well.
As a result of the above, the workout list page and the workout details page now display the workout time.
Comparing workout results with what was expected is a key component in any personal training relationship. First of all, the personal trainer can gauge how a client is performing. Also, it helps the trainer adjust future workouts to stay in line with a clients needs. In addition, tracking holds the client accountable because they know their trainer is reviewing what they accomplished during a workout compared to what was expected. In a previous post we discussed Client Workout Results Tracking on the web version of FitSW at fitsw.com. We have now added this Tracking Client Workout Results capability to both our iOS and Android apps. Its an awesome feature because it lets personal trainers and clients effectively track client workout results.
Here is how it works:
Workout Details Page
Personal trainers or their clients can enter results view their Workout Details page. There is now a Results button on this page that either the trainer or the client can tap in order to enter workout results data.
Workout Details Page iOS App
Workout Details Page Android App
Entering Personal Training Client Workout Results
After tapping the Results button, personal trainers and clients will be able to enter workout results in text fields. The entry boxes are slightly different between iOS and Android. However, both apps automatically save data as the user enters it.
iOS Workout Results Entry
After tapping the Results button, additional text boxes will display underneath the originally defined workout details. These additional text boxes say “Results” in them as a placeholder, but will allow you to enter workout result data. The app automatically saves data and the user can simply click the orange “Done Results” button when they have finished.
Android Workout Results Entry
After tapping enter results on Android, a new screen will come up. This screen shows original workout details and allows users to enter the workout results underneath them. Once done, the user can click the back arrow and the app will automatically save the results data.
Reviewing Workout Results Data
Due to the way results data is setup, is that users can review the data again by just clicking the result buttons. It doesn’t matter if the client is using iOS and the trainer is using Android. They both can view the data that was entered for results. Tracking client workout results is easy from any type of device.
Creating Workout Plans for Multiple Clients at Once
We have recently enabled Personal Trainers and Fitness Coaches creating workout plans for multiple clients at once in our iOS app, Android App and at fitsw.com. In the same way, Trainers and coaches can also add diet plans and tasks / goals for multiple clients at once. This feature makes it easy for trainers who have clients on similar fitness plans to build out workouts and plans. The trainer can then customize the workout with specific weights later by editing it individually. Below are the details on how to create workout plans for multiple clients at once:
Creating Workouts for Multiple Clients at Once on the Website
First go to the Add Workout screen as you normally would.
Click the “Select Additional Clients to Apply Workout to” link shown in red below:
You will then see a list of your clients to choose from. Select as many as you need to.
Then when you click the Save Workout button, the FitSW will apply this workout to all the clients that you selected.
You can apply Diet Plans and Tasks to multiple clients at once in the same way.
iOS & Android App Creating Workout Plans for Multiple Clients
Creating workout plans for multiple clients on the iOS and Android apps works much the same way.
Go to the Add Workout screen as normal.
Click the “Apple Workout to Additional Clients” button seen below in red:
Select all the additional clients you would like to apply this workout to and then click Done.
The app will display the names you selected right under the main client you were adding this workout to.
Tap “Add” like you normally would to add a workout and the workout will be added to all the clients you selected.
Trainers can add diet plans and tasks for multiple clients at once in the same way as above.
Fitness Coach Meal Planning Feature Updates Mobile App
We have made several updates to the iOS and Android apps lately including some to the Diet and Food List tabs. These fitness coach meal planning feature updates make it easier for coaches / dietitians to plan and create diets & meal plans. Here are the details of these changes – let us know what other changes you would like to see.
Adding Foods to Food List on the Fly
Previously, in order to add a new food that wasn’t already in their food list, coaches would need to go to their Food List tab. They would have to add the new food to their Food List. Only then, could they add it to a diet plan. We have now enabled adding a food with its macro info while adding it to a diet plan. Here is how:
Click the Add Food button on the Add / Edit Diet screen like you would do for a food that already existed.
Click the “+” button in the upper right of the Food List menu (before this “+” button didn’t exist on this page.
Enter in the specific food details and macros and then hit the “Done” button. Your food will be added to your Food List and also added to the current meal plan you were editing.
Macro Nutrients Info Displayed while in Food List
To make meal planning easier we have now added macro-nutrient details to the food list. Coaches and clients can now save time while building meal plans with that information displayed right on the Food List. We also improved the display of foods with longer names.
Updating Personalized Personal Trainer Web page in iOS & Android Apps
Every personal trainer that uses FitSW has the opportunity to create their own personalized personal trainer web page. This page allows them to share details on their Personal Training Services, Specialties, Certifications, Contact information and more. The trainer can specify the web page address so that it can be at https://www.fitsw.com/NAME where the trainer can choose what NAME is. The trainer can then share this page with potential or existing clients. If the trainer has enabled it, they can even accept client payments on this page. Now, we have enabled trainer to quickly update the information that appears on this page right from there phone in a minute. More info on Trainer Pages and how to update them on the website can be found here.
How to Update Your Trainer Page from the FitSW Mobile App
The Personal Trainer Web page can be updated from the Profile Screen in the mobile app. In iOS you can access this screen by clicking on the “More” button in the lower right and then selecting “Profile”. In Android, the Profile screen is accessible from the side bar. On that screen you will see your profile information. If you want to enable your Personalized Page, ensure that the switch is turned on.
Everything below that switch is related to your personalized page.
The Your Page field lets you specify the address for your page.
The Headline is what shows as the title of your page
The General Information, Specialties, and Certifications fields allow you to write in details about you and your business.
Specify whether you offer online training and whether you offer In-Personal Training.
Select your location so that potential clients can find you.
Specify what information you would like to share on your page. You can share or hide your phone, email, or profile picture.
Clients View Your Page in App
Not only can people view what you share at your personalized web address, existing clients can view the information you would like them to see in the mobile app. We added a new page for clients called “My Trainer” that lets them view what you have share on your personalized personal trainer web page. If you have enabled it, they can even Call, Text or Email you at the tap of a button.
App Setting Page Updates
You may have noticed that with the above Profile Page changes we moved some Settings to their own page. Here you can control things like automated mailings.
We recently made several improvements to the workout creator in our iOS and Android apps along with several updates in our web app at FitSW.com. These personal trainer workout creator improvements include the ability to have more than 5 different reps and weights specified for each exercise and the ability to add exercises on the fly while building a workout.
More than 5 Different Reps and Weights For Each Exercise
We have now added the ability for users to specify many different weights and reps for each exercise. Previously the app only allowed users to specify up to 5 different weights and reps. Now users can add up to 10. For example users can now create a workout that looks like this:
Users can create workouts like this by simply entering commas between each rep or weight will adding the exercise. It should look like this:
Add Exercises on the Fly while Building Workouts in Mobile Apps
Website users have been able to add exercises on the fly while building a workout for a while. Now, this same personal trainer workout creator improvement is available on the app. Trainers no longer need to first add an exercise to their exercise list before they can use it in a workout. Now, a trainer can build a workout and add an exercise right there from the Workouts tab and it will be added to their workout. The app will save the exercise to the trainer’s exercise list. Here is how to do it:
Users should tap the Add Exercise button like they normally would while creating a workout.
Then when the Exercise list comes up, the trainer just needs to hit the new “+” button in the upper right to add to this exercise list.
The app will then display the Add Exercise screen for the trainer to add the exercise name, a demo link and the muscle group.
Complete the above 3 steps and the exercise will be added to your workout. It will also be in your exercise list going forward.