If you did a workout, but had to scale it down, no worries. During the logging phase (for any result) you'll be able to fully customize/modify your workout.
Once you've selected your workout, and you've begun logging your result, you can modify each portion of the workout so that it accurately represents what you did.
To swap out a movement, or to change a specific aspect of a movement, click directly on the movement itself. Select the movement you want to change and click the "x" to the right of the movement, and search the movement you scaled to. You can then change edit the movement attributes by selecting any of the boxes, then select "Save Movement".
This will take you to a movement specific page. Delete the old name and start typing in a new one to change it. You can also alter any of the specific movement characteristics by toggling them on or off, and by changing the numerical values in their specific fields.
Finally, once everything has been adjusted and you are ready to finalize your result, MAKE SURE you select "Modified". This is important for maintaining the integrity of our Rx'd leaderboards. Always select "Modified" if even the slightest changes to the existing workout have been made.
Start by going through the process of logging a result for a given workout. See Logging a result: the Whiteboard calendar and Logging a result: not on your Whiteboard calendar for details on how to log results.
From the log page you'll be able to modify each aspect of the workout, starting with the structure of the rounds and reps. Click on the default rep scheme to change it.
Next, modify the movements as needed. Click on any of the movements. From the overlay box that appears, change, add, or remove attributes. Click on the name of the movement in the overlay box to substitute a completely different movement.
Finally, be sure to click the "modified" button so as not to skew the Rx'd results. You'll also notice that as you adjust the workout above, the description below automatically gets updated with your version of the workout. In the example below, I've substituted pull-ups for ring rows and I've made the thruster 35#. The description reflects that.
**The notes section is also a good place to cite exactly how you scaled the workout, so feel free to write as much as you need to know for the next time.