Sunday, November 23, 2008

Profile photos!

I'm terrible with names. I've worked out with some great people at my gym and while I'm sure we've exchanged names, after a 21 of this and 50 of that I can barely remember my own. If only there were a way to see a picture of your workout pals, so you'd remember never to partner up with them on Angie again!

Now you can. On your "My Profile" page, click "Edit your profile" and upload that photo of you with 300# overhead. You know the one...

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Private custom named categories

It all started with a great suggestion from a user. Do you have a workout that you do frequently, that you'd like to track on Would you like to have those entries grouped together and appear in your graphs? Now you can!

On your profile page, you'll see a link to manage your private custom categories. Create as many as you like! These categories will be available to you only, every time you log an entry in

Thanks for the feedback gang, and keep tracking!

Friday, November 14, 2008


Announcing a new search feature for! Now you can search through your log entries or any of your friends logs to quickly find what you're looking for.

Your search text is compared against your log comments, the category name and description. Results are ordered in reverse chronology. Happy searching!

Also, if you have connected with friends on, you'll get a direct link to their nutrition log on your friends page. The link will only appear if your friends have tracked nutrition on, so nag them if you don't see the link!

Happy tracking!

Monday, November 3, 2008

Track your workouts with your friends and clients is, in my opinion, the best way to track Crossfit workouts. You get to access your workout log from anywhere and see your progress visually in graph form. If you belong to one of the Gyms affiliated with, you get to see an aggregate workout log for everyone at your gym, too.

But what about your friends? For trainers, what about your clients? You can privately share your work log, a single log entry or even a graph, but how quickly do we lose track of those links? How is your friend progressing on Fran? How are your clients tracking their nutrition and home workouts between sessions?

Track our friend's and client's workout logs? Yes we can!
You'll notice the new "My Friends" tab on starting today. Find your friends, ask them to connect with you, and automatically share your workout log and graphs with them.

Friend requests, along with their approval or (gasp!) denial will appear within the "My Friends" tab as well. No emails will be sent to either party. Who needs more spam, anyway?

So go ahead, find your workout pals on, or sign them up! It's time to get tracking!