Is there any way to adjust the program calendar?

  • Not being perfect, I've missed a couple of days, and the program just marches on without me, even when I haven't logged in. Any way to "right set" the program calendar so we're back in synch?

    300style   by: 300style
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    TamaraDailyBurn  4 months ago by: TamaraDailyBurn

    Unfortunately, there currently isn’t a way to adjust your calendar to a specific day. If you miss a workout, you can always do the workout you missed by looking at the program’s calendar on our website and selecting the workout you want to do. You can also reset it back to day one by simply joining another program on our programs list and then select your original program again. This will bring you back to day one.

    Please accept our apologies for the inconveniences this may cause. Just know that we're logging in these requests and they are being considered for possible future updates to the site.

    • mmood
      mmood 3 months ago

      now that i'm done with the 28 days of true beginner, i'm finding that i need to switch back-and-forth to different workouts and would like to be able to set up a calendar IN ADVANCE to keep me on track; it just doesn't work well if i have to look for a workout every day; i want to just turn on the tv and poof! there it is already

    • jeffshinn
      jeffshinn 2 months ago

      To add to this, I think it would be awesome to also allow multiple workouts per day. I am a planning freak, and I love to use calendars. And one of the things I love about DailyBurn are the short but sweet stretching and mobility workouts (from Cory I believe). I like to put these in the morning after a tough workout the day before while still keeping to my elected program!

      I know it's only going to get better, just like my health! :-D

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