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Build an Interval or HIIT workout section
Build an Interval or HIIT workout section

Create and customize an interval workout with built-in interval timer on the Everfit client app

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Written by Jon Wang
Updated over a week ago

Intervals are a great way to program effective and fun workouts. From HIIT to lower intensity intervals, there are unlimited variations to choose from!

With so many options it can be difficult to find a tool to program them all. Luckily we made it simple with the Everfit workout builder.

Your workouts can be tough, but building them doesn't have to be 💪  

Create an Interval workout

  1. In the workout builder, click the Add Section button, and choose the Interval section.

  1. From here you can give your section a Title, and define the Section Type.

3. Now that you've created an Interval section, it's time to complete your workout. Add exercises, define the work time, rest time and add a section overview. If this is the first time your client is seeing an interval workout we suggest adding a detailed section overview.


Interval workouts used to be tough to program. You would have to rely on your client to have a timer and to understand the workout well enough to use it correctly. 

With Everfit we made it easy by providing a timer in-app. 

Before beginning their workout a client will see the section overview that you've written. After they've reviewed this, they will click start to begin.

Once the workout begins your client will see each exercise in order. Along with a timer showing work and rest periods.

Throughout the workout, clients will always have access to...

  • Current exercise. 

  • Time remaining in an interval.

  • Pause button, which pauses the timer and opens a summary of the client's progress.

  • Cancel button.

Once their workout is complete you can both review their progress. 

Up Next: Learn to Create a Timed Workout or Create an AMRAP Workout

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