VIGOR Everyday Athlete and Strenth Athlete are training “teams,” which means they’re part of an ongoing training plan. There isn’t a specific start and end date for them. For others, such as VIGOR Training ACFT, Rags & Mud, AIT, etc., you do need to specify the start date.
If you made a mistake on the start date and wish to change it, follow these easy steps:
You can get notifications for everything from tomorrow’s training session to public comments from your teammates. To change your notifications:
If you do not have the current access codes, request them by clicking on the button above. Once you have the access codes, follow the instructions below:
Athlete-in-Training, phases 1 and 2 are 12-week programs. Once you’ve completed one or both, you could do them again, or move onto VIGOR Everyday Athlete or VIGOR Strength Athlete.
To move onto a new team, see the question before this one.
To restart Athlete In Training, follow these steps:
No. The app is designed for coaches to deliver specific training plans to their athletes, not to track other workouts or training sessions.
For the VIGOR Training members that take part in VIGOR Strength Athlete, and VIGOR Everyday Athlete, I do see public notes in the app. However, for those who are programs, such as VIGOR ACFT or VIGOR AIT, I don’t see them because people are all on their own schedules.
I always recommend posting questions or comments in the Facebook group. I don’t respond to one-on-one questions through Messenger or email unless someone is a member of VIGOR Training Premium. In this way, the whole group gets the benefit of the answers and discussions, and it keeps me efficient with creating new content.
With as many members as have been doing the program for the past 1-2 years, they have good advice and insights to share as well.
As of May 1, 10% of VIGOR Training monthly membership revenues are donated to the Gary Sinise Foundation to support military families.