Tabata and Intervals (HIIT) are here! Introducing another major installment to the Kilomodo suite of workout types supported. We’re so excited to get this capability into your hands. Interval training is popular for good reasons; it works! Now you can accurately track those workouts and evaluate your progress over time. So here is what you can expect between these two workouts types.
For Tabata workout scoring, Kilomodo will ask for your ‘minimum’ rep total for a round per movement. Optionally, you may also provide your ‘maximum’ reps for a given round for range evaluation. For metrics, we multiply the total rounds for a given movement by the ‘minimum’ reps accomplished.
For Intervals (HIIT) workout scoring, Kilomodo will ask for the running total of reps per movement. As you would expect, we provide a total credit for metrics for reps when scoring for Intervals.
Workout building for Tabata and Intervals is identical with the only difference being the scoring and calculated metrics. Each work/rest cycle allows for one movement. Rest between movement transitions is optional, and alternating between movements is up to the workout programmer to describe with workout builder.
To assist with the planning and design of a workout, we also provide a total workout time (including rest) at the bottom of the workout summary.
We’re looking forward to seeing our community take advantage this new update. Thank you all for the support and feedback you provide us as we go through this journey.
We’d also like to give a big shout out and special thanks to our ambassadors! They have spent countless hours providing feedback guidance for our community. They make all the difference having their eyes and ears in the gyms telling us what’s working well and what is needed. We’re very grateful for that, and we are looking forward to seeing that community continue to grow. Our ambassadors is what makes what we do possible.