The "log" tab in the application is where you track your workouts. Your workouts will be listed by date (and will be organized by month, or by year, depending on how many you've logged).
Tapping on a workout brings up a detail view of your workouts that day. Tapping the "edit" button lets you modify any of the workout's data, and tapping the "delete" button lets you delete entries.
The editor view for editing both new entries (tapping on the plus (+) button in the main list) and existing entries is very simple. Tapping on any of the fields in this view lets you edit them.
- The Title field is optional, and lets you enter a name for your workout that day. If you don't enter a title, the app will use the first part of the "notes" section when displaying workouts in the list.
- The Date is the date and time you did the workout.
- The Score field is your score for that workout. The form if this depends on the scoring type; for example, if the workout is "for time," you can enter either a number as seconds, or as minutes and seconds by separating the two with a colon (e.g., "5:43" is five minutes, forty-three seconds).
- The Score Type is the text that says "For Time" — tapping this brings up a view where you can select your scoring type, such as "For Time," "For Rounds," and so on.
- The ℞ checkmark lets you mark workouts performed as prescribed.
- The PR checkmark lets you mark a workout as a personal record (it will appear in the "records" tab if you select this).
- The bottom part of the screen is a text field, where you can enter the details of that workout; what you did, what weights you used, and so on.
The "records" tab is for logging your personal records in lifts, movements, and workouts. This tab is organized by the name of the lift, movement, or workout.
Tapping on a workout brings up a detail view, of all the personal records for that movement you've logged. Tapping the "edit" button below any entry lets you modify that entry, and tapping the "delete" button lets you delete any entry.
The editor for personal records is similar to the editor for workouts.
- The Title field is required, and should be the name of the movement. Your history of records is tracked by this name, so it is helpful to make this accurate.
- The Date field is the day and time you reached this personal record.
- The Score field is the score you reached for this record, such as the weight you managed in a lift.
- The scoring type field ("For Weight" in the screenshot) lets you choose the kind of score that movement (e.g., "For Weight", "For Repetitions", and so on).
- The rest of the field is dedicated to notes about that record. This is optional, and is for your own tracking purposes.
The workouts tab is a small library of common workouts, and provides a link to the workout of the day pulled from an RSS feed (by default, the main site is used).
Tapping on any workout brings up a description of that workout, and tapping on the "I Did This" button opens up the workout editor, for logging that workout.
The movements tab lists a few common movements used in CrossFit programs.
Tapping on a movement brings up a description of that movement, and tapping on the "Add a Record" button brings up the personal record editor, for adding a new personal record for that movement.
As of version 1.4, WOD includes three simple timers for various purposes. Included is a Tabata timer, which counts out 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest for eight rounds; an interval timer, which counts down minutes, and signals on each minute; and a plain stopwatch, that counts up minutes and seconds from zero. All of these timers are available under the Timer section in the More tab.
The layout is rather simple; tap on the green start button to start the timer, which will always begin with a three-second countdown. Tap on this button again (which will change to a red stop button) to stop the timer. While the timer is running, if you tap anywhere in the countdown region, it will track a repetition, which will be counted in the upper right corner. You can tap the log this or add PR buttons to log a workout or a personal record with the time, round, or repetition count.