btwb is a workout tracking tool designed for anyone interested in progress. In pursuit of better capturing the evidence component of "evidence based fitness," we created an easy online tool that captures and records everything from workout results to personal records, nutrition data to body composition, and more.
The Home Page/Screen is your central access hub for all of the important elements of btwb. You can handle everything you want to from this page/screen.
We designed the new Home Screen for our app to be simpler and cleaner than ever before.
Easy access to your profile and various counts important to you on your Fitness Journey. Click into each for more details.
- Profile Image – view recent history, followers, and following, plus edit your profile
- Sessions – your total logged btwb sessions
- Badges – your total badges earned
- Fitness Level – your current rating (if unlocked), or the number of categories that still need to be unlocked
Progress Bars/Lifestyle Questions
Keep track of how your current month is going with 3 different progress bars: Training Days, Nutrition Days, & Feel Good Days. Each dot for each graph represents a day for the current month. A check mark represents a “Yes” for that day. You can update your progress bars by following these steps:
- Training Days – Log a score to a workout on btwb
- *Nutrition Days – Answer “Yes” to the daily nutrition question
- *Feel Good Days – Answer “Yes” to the daily feel good question
The daily questions will disappear upon answer them. They’ll reappear each new day. Click into a progress bar to reveal the birds eye view for the entire year. *You can hide these via Settings.
This is where your workouts live. Click on a day of the week to reveal the tracks, and workouts assigned to those tracks below, or expand the calendar to view previous months. Each workout comes with a name, description, and movement GIFs for a cool visual representation of the workout. Click into each GIF to visit the movement page for extra information.
If Extra Instructions have been added, users can click to expand and read them. If Videos have been attached to a workout, they’ll appear automatically beneath the workout in an horizontal scroll bar. Use the “+” button to reveal actions for each workout including Log, Results, Leaderboard, and Prepare.
Body Composition Tab
Keep up to date on your current body composition progress. Set a starting weight and target weight and view your progress along the way.
You can also perform other actions on the Home Screen.
- Side Drawer Menu – click on the “hamburger” icon in the top left corner of the screen to reveal a menu full of other valuable btwb screens including Analyze, Lifts Calculator, and Settings.
- Search – click on the “magnifying glass” icon in the top right corner of the screen to search the app for people, workouts, movements, and media.
- Bottom Menu Items–
- Home – brings you back to the home screen
- Notifications – lists out emojis and comments notifications from other users
- Log – log a new workout, weigh in, or meal, among other things
- Activity Feeds – view posting activity for various groups of people on btwb like Gym, Coaching, Follow, and World (comes with notifications)
- Messaging – send direct messages back and forth with other btwb users (comes with notifcations)
At the top of the home page (sometimes referred to as the Whiteboard) is a two-week calendar. You can access this page at any time via the orange BTWB logo in the top-left corner of the site, or the "whiteboard" link from your personal drop-down menu in the header. This calendar will display the WODs your gym has planned for you, any Tracks or coaching programs you follow, WODs you've planned for yourself, and workouts you've logged via the "log"=>"workout" navigation. A WOD will appear in a specific color based on the Track it is associated with.
You can log a result for a WOD displayed on your Whiteboard calendar by following the directions here.
You'll know a WOD result has been logged because the icon next to its name will change. An unlogged WOD will display a bullet point. A logged WOD will display either a lightening bolt (if the result is a PR) or a note pad.
You can view, and log for, previous week's WODs by clicking on the back arrow.