How do I Record my Workout Scoring?
Your workout scoring for each of our workouts can be recorded with our online tracker. This allows you to set goals and keep track of your progress.
You can record your scoring from each workout, either at the task or workout level. If the task is marked as scored it will have a link in the task for you to record against that task. If it’s the whole workout that’s scored it will be at the bottom of the workout.
Any workout scoring that’s set to private will only be visible to you. Scorings that are set to public will be visible to anyone. Please do keep in mind what you write when you set your scoring to public.
Date Workout Was Completed
Select the date that the workout was completed, take a close guess if you do not know the exact date that the workout was completed.
The scoring dropdown allows you to select the scoring that was appropriate for the workout in question. If you come from a workout task, then the correct scoring type will already be selected. Based on the scoring, other fields will become visible to enter more information.
- Reps × Weight
- Rounds × Weight
- Rounds × Weight × Assigned Value
- Full Rounds × Weight
- Full Rounds × Weight × Assigned Value
- Remaining Seconds × Weight
- Fastest Time
- Time in Seconds Divided by Weight
More on the options for the scoring dropdown can be found at the bottom of this help article.
This field allows you to give the scoring a short title or you can use the workout and task name as the title.
Upload Heart Rate or Photo
This field allows you to upload a photo of the workout. It can be a photo of what you looked like after the workout or just of the kettlebells and sweat. Do keep it appropriate when you set your privacy to public as this photo is also visible to the public. You can also upload your heart rate graph and keep track of the effects of the workout and its effects.
Things to keep in mind with your scoring are cycles. If the workout had a cycle, did you change your weight on one of the cycles? You can add multiple scorings and keep track of this by adding your the scoring for your first cycle and in the heading type (cycle 1) or whatever makes it clear to you what cycle it was, and continue this pattern for the following cycle(s).
The description field allows you to describe how it went and how you felt. If there were any issues to keep track of things to note, enter them here. Again, if you set the scoring to public, keep in mind that the public sees this.
This allows you to enter details in the title, image, and description fields without the rest. It can be good when you don’t have the full details yet and will update your scoring later.
If the workout was scored by rounds, enter your rounds here, and make note of whether the workout only scores full or also unfinished rounds. You can also select this option if you don’t know the weight but do know the rounds.
Reps stand for repetitions and work the same as rounds do.
Reps × Weight
When the scoring involves Weight, then the fields for the number of kettlebells used and the weight selection will become visible. If you used 2 × 35.2 lb / 16 kg then you would select the option for 2 kettlebells and select 35.2 lb / 16 kg from the dropdown, i.e. the weight per kettlebell and not the total weight.
Rounds × Weight
Rounds × Weight is almost the same as Reps × Weight apart from that reps are singular and rounds are usually a set of something.
Rounds × Weight × Assigned Value
The assigned value is a value that’s defined in the workout details and is usually used to give something easy less value and something that’s harder more value in the scoring.
Full Rounds × Weight
When full rounds are defined it means that only completed rounds will count, not even nearly completed rounds will count. This is done to teach pacing and get a good feeling of what time certain exercises take, and most of all, how fatigue affects you. All this flows through as an advantageous attribute to have in competitions.
Full Rounds × Weight × Assigned Value
Everything is already covered for these options.
Remaining Seconds × Weight
Any workouts scored with remaining seconds will be a task that has a time cap as the remaining seconds will be the time cap minus your finish time. There is a tool on the form that makes it easy to convert minutes into seconds.
The fastest time is the number of seconds it took you to complete the workout/task.
Time in Seconds Divided by Weight
This scoring is the same as the Fastest Time, however, the time is divided by the total weight used. Both for Fastest Time and Time in Seconds Divided by Weight the lowest score counts.
If a workout is just about lifting heavy then this is how you record it, but you can also use this when you’re not worried about rounds yet and just want to keep track of your weight for now. Remember: FORM AND TECHNIQUE FIRST, WEIGHT AND REPS SECOND.