Deleting added exercises

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  • #297492
    Brad Clanton
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    I’m just switching back to an upper focused program from anti flamingo ( cannonball delts) , i had to switch to due never really being able to get a full second leg day with my club members constantly coming up to me for questions, family obligations or just general gym management stuff cutting into that workout.

    On week 1 I added RDL ‘s to the leg day, but forgot they are on back day as well. Now I can’t delete them from the leg day. I was planning on adding an additional arm day as tolerated later In the week, with rdl’s seated leg curls and lying leg curls. I know I can just skip over the rdl in the log but it drives me nuts seeing just there with no entries. Is it possible to delete, or would I need to start the program over to get the base structure again. Hopefully that all made sense.

    Tia

    #297650
    Joe
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    #298178
    Support
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    Hey Brad, really sorry about this, I have raised this with our app team and will update you ASAP

     

    #298618
    Brad Clanton
    Participant

    Thanks Joe I appreciate the response!! I definitely can deal with it. Oddly enough having it on leg day and back day made forced me to want to change the deadlift on back day to an upper back biased pulldown and put it in the note section( so I wouldn’t have blank sections in the logbook) only to find out that it feels extremely awkward and uncomfortable in my repaired shoulder. Scheduled an appointment with the therapist to check overhead stability and find out what’s going on. Always a good side to everything lol.

    #298619
    Brad Clanton
    Participant

    Hey Brad, really sorry about this, I have raised this with our app team and will update you ASAP

    Thank you

    #299025
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Thanks Joe I appreciate the response!! I definitely can deal with it. Oddly enough having it on leg day and back day made forced me to want to change the deadlift on back day to an upper back biased pulldown and put it in the note section( so I wouldn’t have blank sections in the logbook) only to find out that it feels extremely awkward and uncomfortable in my repaired shoulder. Scheduled an appointment with the therapist to check overhead stability and find out what’s going on. Always a good side to everything lol.

    👊🙌

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