No, I'm not saying that at all. I think you've waaaay over stated my point. It wasn't a personal attack, just an observation.
This is how I see it. Chances are you are in fact going to do a specific "generic" workout with a specific number of exercises and at specific weights. Are you going to change the workout every three or so week? Probably. So, for the next three weeks I want to be able to say that I did 2 sets of 10 lat pull downs on a machine--which I can't find in the list of exercises--with 80lbs of weight. I should be able to enter exactly that. The useless part is that I must then enter a duration. My whole work out took 28 minutes including rests between reps. Why is it important that I enter how much time I spent doing the one exercise. Strength training isn't cardio, just like "using a rowing machine is different than riding a bike," duh. So why is it required to enter a time?
Lastly, I am talking about the iPhone app here. I track my cardio and food every day. It's not "useless/tedious," its necessary. Fact is I don't agree with that part of the app and I don't use it.
Edited by: 43_AND_LEAN at: 2/1/2014 (23:40)
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