This is the screen where you’ll perform self-testing and the workouts. It is always displayed in landscape mode. Its use is quite intuitive, however, we explain here below its different elements and controls distributed in these 6 spaces:

1. Numerical timer: displays the remaining time of the current phase of the workout if it has been configured in ‘countdown’ mode, and the elapsed time in ‘chrono’ mode. It occupies the biggest square in the left part of the screen.

2. Phase: placed under the numerical timer, it describes the current phase of the workout when the timer is running, or the next phase when it is in standby.

3. Title: it’s the red space in the top-right part of the screen containing the following three elements, from left to right:

4. Progress indicators: they show you how many reps, sets and grips you have completed so far from the total that you must do. This information is displayed numerically and graphically (progress bars). If you want to manually make advance or go backwards any of these indicators, tap on the corresponding arrows located to the left and right of each progress bar. If you make any rep, set or grip go back, the Timer will remain in standby until you hang on the board again (in automatic mode) or tap on play (in manual mode) to start a repetition. However, if you make advance any of these counters, the App will activate the corresponding rest period.

When the workout has an undefined number of reps, instead of a progress bar, a button labeled ‘End set’ will be displayed, allowing you to end each set by tapping on it when you’ve done enough reps. When the number of sets is undefined, a button labeled ‘End’ will allow you to end the workout with the current grip when you’ve done enough sets with it. If there are more grips in the workout, you will then proceed with the next one. This interaction with the device will, of course, also be necessary in automatic mode. When the information about the accuracy of the set is enabled, if you end each set manually, try to tap on ‘End set’ AS SOON AS YOU CAN after the last repetition in each one. The more it takes you to do this, the less exact the calculation of this parameter will be.

Note: the information about the accuracy of a set is only displayed while the rest period between sets is active, just under the progress bars.

5. Current grip: shows the grip position you’re about to use, or you are currently using. It displays its picture and description, and indicates the weight (kg) and the size of the hold (mm) set in the Editor for this grip. These parameters can be modified in the Timer, by tapping on their corresponding text boxes, only during the ‘Weight adjustment test’ phase. When the finger hangs have been configured to be done with one hand, there will be two ‘kg’ text boxes, one for each hand. In this case, the hand with which you’re about to start a repetition, if you are resting, or the one you are currently using in a repetition, will be indicated in red characters.

6. Controls: the buttons allowing you to interact with the Timer are displayed according to the current phase of the workout, as explained below:


Weight adjustment test

How to correctly perform finger hangs