Exercise Regressions?

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Exercise Regressions?

Doing Hip Rotation I the other day, I found I was unable to the 90/90 airplane hinge (couldn’t support my body upright so I had to use a foam roller to balance). Maybe it would be a good idea to add a button along the lines of “I find this exercise too challenging” that can then show an alternate way to work up to what the original exercise demands?

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Coach E Reply

Well aren’t you full of great ideas?🙏

I think this one will get a lot of votes. We’ll see!

I really appreciate you taking the time to share your ideas. Thank you very much!

    patrsza Reply

    Of course! Thank you for putting in the time to make this app! I’m on the exceptionally immobile side and have been trying to get up to a Muay Thai medium kick for the last year. Consistency (or lack thereof) has been my biggest challenge when it comes to working on it so I really like how the exercises here take 20 minutes tops. So fair that’s helping me get through them daily.

Sally J Reply

Yes same for me. A way to 8ndicte when an exercise is too difficlt with an eadier alternative offered would be very helpful.

AGrillet Reply

Definitely exercise regression would be absolutely useful and very much appreciated!!

Radcars Reply

This would be amazing. There are a few exercises where I think I’m doing an appropriate regression, but not totally sure.

vivshiv Reply

great idea; probably best for the “exercise” object data model to natively/explicitly govern variants including regressions, whether that be by a two level structure (“exercise group” composed of several variations, one possibly marked as the base) or single level with free association with a set of relationship types (“regression”, “auxiliary variant”, etc). I suspect the latter is better but curious what others think

vivshiv Reply

Also as someone mentioned in another thread, variants to accommodate specific disabilities and injuries would be useful to include as regressions too

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Coach E

Well aren’t you full of great ideas?🙏

I think this one will get a lot of votes. We’ll see!

I really appreciate you taking the time to share your ideas. Thank you very much!

    patrsza

    Of course! Thank you for putting in the time to make this app! I’m on the exceptionally immobile side and have been trying to get up to a Muay Thai medium kick for the last year. Consistency (or lack thereof) has been my biggest challenge when it comes to working on it so I really like how the exercises here take 20 minutes tops. So fair that’s helping me get through them daily.

Sally J

Yes same for me. A way to 8ndicte when an exercise is too difficlt with an eadier alternative offered would be very helpful.

AGrillet

Definitely exercise regression would be absolutely useful and very much appreciated!!

Radcars

This would be amazing. There are a few exercises where I think I’m doing an appropriate regression, but not totally sure.

vivshiv

great idea; probably best for the “exercise” object data model to natively/explicitly govern variants including regressions, whether that be by a two level structure (“exercise group” composed of several variations, one possibly marked as the base) or single level with free association with a set of relationship types (“regression”, “auxiliary variant”, etc). I suspect the latter is better but curious what others think

vivshiv

Also as someone mentioned in another thread, variants to accommodate specific disabilities and injuries would be useful to include as regressions too

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