Track Supersets and Circuits in the StrengthLog Workout App

Did you know that you can track both supersets and circuit training in the StrengthLog workout app?

This feature was added in version 4.0 which was released a few months ago, and in this post, I’ll show you how it works.

How to Log Supersets

To log a superset, follow these steps:

1. Start a workout, and tap the “+Superset” button

Superset and circuit traning log app

2. Select exercises for your superset

Select exercises for superset

3. Track your weights and reps

For as many supersets as you’d like!

Superset workout app
A superset consisting of bench press and barbell rows.

Do you want to add more than two exercises? Then you’re looking for a circuit!

How to Log Circuit Training

To log circuit training in the app, follow these steps:

1. Start a workout, and tap the “+Circuit” button

Superset and circuit traning log app

2. Select exercises for your circuit

Circuit training log workout app

3. Track your weights and reps, and number of rounds

Add rounds to your circuit with the small “+” near the top. When you’ve checked off all sets in a round, the round number (1, 2, 3, etc.) will get a checkmark next to it.

Circuit training app

And that’s it!

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Daniel Richter

Daniel has a decade of experience in powerlifting, is a certified personal trainer, and has a Master of Science degree in engineering. Besides competing in powerlifting himself, he coaches both beginners and lifters at the international level. Daniel lives in Lund, Sweden with his wife and three kids. On StrengthLog, Daniel geeks out about all things related to his lifelong passion of muscle and strength.