A brief glossary of the main terms within and about our apps.
To us, Micro Fitness is clear and intuitive, but it might not be the case for everyone. This concise glossary aims to clarify the meanings of specific terms, ensuring we're all on the same page.
|An exercise is a specific physical activity targeting a muscle group or collection of muscle groups. Exercises used in a Program or Workout are called Planned Exercises.
|A Planned Exercise contains your collection of Set Targets
|A Logged Exercise contains performance records of a Planned Exercise as Set Logs.
|A group of targeted or logged repetitions within an exercise. Within a workout, sets are usually performed between a timed rest periods.
|The performance targets of a Planned Exercise. (5x5, 3 x 8-12, 4 x 10 @ 75%, etc.)
|The performance record of a Planned Exercise. (5 reps, 135 lbs) They may include comments and tags.
|An ordered list of exercises within a program.
|An ordered list of up to 7 days.
|An ordered list of up to 26 weeks.
|The current program day in progress.
|The historical record of a workout. A session log records details about a workout, including exercises, sets, reps, and performance notes. It helps track progress and adjust training.
|A set comment is a note made during a workout about a specific set. It provides insights on performance and aids in adjusting workout plans.
|The short-form of a comment. Used for repetitive comments like "warm up", "left arm", "painful", etc ...
|A muscle group is a collection of muscles that work together to perform specific movements.
|A plate is typically a flat, circular object of varying weight used with barbells or other gym equipment for resistance training.
|A user identifier with the Micro application Ecosystem.
|A super set is a training technique where two exercises are performed back-to-back with little to no rest.
|A tri-set is a training technique involving three exercises performed consecutively with minimal rest.
|A circuit is a sequence of four or more exercises performed one after another with minimal rest.
|Progressive Web App (PWA)
|Read Only Memory (ROM)
|A type of computer memory that stores non-modifiable data such as operating systems and games. It provides a permanent storage solution for essential instructions and data used in electronic devices.