How can I get the recommended video back?

  • I was excited about the new feature, so I clicked on one of my "recently watched videos, but now that shows up where the reccommended video for today would have been, and I'm annoyed because I really wanted to do that one. It was a workout I had never done before, so it isn't in my list of recently watched videos. All the shorter/longer/ect. stayed the same, but the tag-less video is replaced by the one I clicked on.

    amanda   by: amanda
  • 1 vote
    willywalter  over 2 years ago by: willywalter

    The way I solved it was to modify the URL pattern so that it selected the workout again.

    For example, the pattern of a workout is the following:

    The restorative-yoga is the title of the workout "Restorative Yoga".

    As long as you can remember the title of the video that it had given you as your workout of the day, you can get it back. When I lost mine, I selected "Cardio Ball" (which I had done already) but my video of the day was supposed to be "Cardio Sports Drills", to get "Cardio Sports Drills" back, I entered the following:

    Doing so brought my video of the day back, not to mention the "More Workouts" associated with the workout of the day.

    Hope that helps.

    • buckry
      buckry over 2 years ago

      This totally works, but you know what I found out that's even better? Your browser cache. Just type in the address, and right after the workout, when you type that first underscore, it shows every single video you've ever done in a nice alphabetical list. Just arrow down to the video you want, and press enter, and you are exercising.

    • amanda
      amanda over 2 years ago

      Cool trick, good to know.

  • 0 votes
    buckry  over 2 years ago by: buckry

    That happened to me earlier. I never figured it out, the video was simply lost.

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