New 6RM should update my 5RM... if the new 6RM is higher than my old 5RM

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Karin Jonczak

15 Feb, 2017 09:01 PM

Because if I hit a new 6RM I have certainly set a new 5RM in the process :-) and this should trickle down the line.

If I hit 170 for 6 and my 1,3,5 are all less than 1,3,5 should update to 170 IMO.

Karin

  1. Toni Smith closed this discussion on 15 Feb, 2017 09:16 PM.

  2. Karin Jonczak re-opened this discussion on 16 Jul, 2017 12:12 PM

  3. 1 Posted by Karin Jonczak on 16 Jul, 2017 12:12 PM

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    So no comment on this? Just closed it... still doesn't make sense to me.

  4. Support Staff 2 Posted by Daniel O'B... on 17 Jul, 2017 06:58 PM

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    Hey Karin!

    Sorry about the lack of response. Not too sure why this was closed.

    The issue is a sticky situation. While yes, obviously hitting a new 6RM that beats both your 6RM and 5RM previously implies that now your 5RM is higher.

    However, saying that your new 6RM = 5RM is wrong. Because your 5RM is not your 6RM. Your capable of more, and the real solution to the issue it to test your 5RM and get an even MORE accurate score in there :)

    Sorry for the trouble!

  5. Daniel O'Brien closed this discussion on 17 Jul, 2017 06:58 PM.

  6. Karin Jonczak re-opened this discussion on 29 Jul, 2017 12:44 PM

  7. 3 Posted by Karin Jonczak on 29 Jul, 2017 12:44 PM

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    No problem, it just looks funny to see 140 for my 5RM and then 150 for my 6RM... maybe there could be a little indicator to say 'estimated' or something. Just an idea.

  8. Daniel O'Brien closed this discussion on 31 Jul, 2017 07:52 PM.

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