The popular btwb movements have been added to umbrella "movement groups". Each movement group contains many different movements. The idea behind grouping movements together in this manner is to see a bird's eye view of accumulated lifetime reps, distances, and time for each. 

Movement Group Examples

  • Pull-up - includes all forms of pull-ups (kip, strict, band, ring row, etc)
  • Squat (barbell squats, air squats, pistols, etc)
  • Shoulder-to-Overhead (split jerk, push jerk, push press, shoulder press, etc)

Movement groups can be specific like the Squat Snatch group (various forms of of the Squat Snatch including hang variations), or more general like the Snatch group (every kind of Snatch, including the Squat Snatch). In this case, logging a result for a workout that included the Hang Squat Snatch movement would earn users reps towards both the Snatch group and the Squat Snatch group. 

An Example

Let's use the Fran workout as an example. The Fran workout contains the following movements: 

  • Pull-ups
  • Thrusters

The following image is from a workout session for a newly logged Fran result. As you can see, the user has earned credit for 3 different movement volume groups. 

  • Pull-ups
  • Squats
  • Thrusters

Because the Thruster movement contains a squat component, it has also been added to the Squats movement volume group. Thus, users will get credit for both their Squats and Thrusters movement volume groups.