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    Been almost year since this article on how members have progressed in their training up to 90 days, any data beyond 90 days you can share?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michcarr View Post
    Been almost year since this article on how members have progressed in their training up to 90 days, any data beyond 90 days you can share?
    We are going to build a dashboard to visualize and easily manipulate the data. Our V1 of the system didn't include this so pulling the data is resource intensive at the moment. I'll have some news to share hopefully early next year.

    We're discussing sharing this dataset with a University that inquired about doing a study on the measurable efficacy of the program. We'll see if that goes anywhere.

    Our members are strong as hell though. I'll ask one of the gym owners to post a photo of the leaderboard screen.

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    Here's the current leaderboard across all gyms - top 5 men and women for squat, press, bench, deadlift.


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