Please note the following updates regarding your Halo Fitness App accounts:
Workout improvements - Add an Ad-hoc exercise to your workout!
Users are now able to add an ad hoc exercise into a workout session even if it’s based on a predefined workout template! When you start a workout, navigate to the list of exercises, you’ll now see the“Add exercise” button at the bottom, offering the same options as a Free Workout: manually add from the library or, connect via RFID or scan a QR Code (currently only supported on compatible Life Fitness Cardio equipment).
- Workout improvements - Carry on where you left off
We’ve introduced an ‘X’ in the top left corner of the screen when performing a planned workout, so users can now navigate around the app whilst performing a planned workout in parallel. Just like a Free Workout, a workout based on a pre-saved template can now be resumed by tapping the “Active Workout” banner at the top. All of your progress will be there and you’ll be able to continue with the remaining exercises. What’s more, closing the app is also no longer a problem! Simply reopen the app and you’ll be able to carry on where you left off. You’ll still need to save your workout when you’re finished, otherwise the App will do this for you after 3 hours.
- Workout Improvements - Start a new workout?
Along with the ability to carry on where you left off, we now also offer the ability to easily start another workout, even when you have one in progress. Simply navigate to the Free workout or start one of your pre-saved ones, and a new dialog will ask if you want to continue with the existing session or to start the new one. Starting a new session will automatically save your previous one and it’ll be available in the Fitness Feed summary.