Categories - Track your clients’ progress and analyze their stats.

What kind of data can I track with 52C?

The answer is: you can basically track whatever you want: measurements, test results, exercises, and more.

The essential rule is that there are no limits on adding your own categories of tracked data. We did predefine a basic set of categories, but every personal trainer using 52C can freely extend the set for their own needs. Keep reading to learn how.

Another thing to know is that the default hints appearing under the category input are NOT all the categories available:

The categories predefined in the system

Besides those appearing as default hints, there are tens of additional categories already predefined in the system.

Body composition:

  • Bone mass
  • Bone density
  • Body water
  • Visceral fat

Circumferences:

  • Biceps – left
  • Biceps – right
  • Chest – circumference
  • Hips – circumference
  • Waist – circumference
  • Thigh – left
  • Thigh – right
  • Calf – left
  • Calf – right

Exericses:

  • Press-ups
  • Pull-ups
  • Chin-ups
  • Sit-ups
  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Deadlifts
  • Bridges
  • Wall sit
  • Plank

Tests and assessments

  • Sprint test
  • Step test
  • Cooper test
  • Bleep test
  • 1RM – Bench press
  • Height of box jump
  • Bench press
  • Rockport Walk
  • Bench dips
  • Recovery time

When you start typing the name of category, it will appear in the hints.

When you type the full name, or just click in one of the hints, you can put in the value of the measurement to the next input, for instance 15 in (if you’ve let’s say just measured the left biceps) and click ADD.

Adding your own categories

Adding a new category is fabulously simple. You just:

  1. Type the client’s name.
  2. Type the full name of the category to be created, e.g.: "Agility test time"
  3. Enter value, e.g. "57 sec" and click ADD.

The newly created category will be immediately added to your set of categories, and the value you entered will be added to the client’s profile. All at once!

So the next time when you start typing “Agility test time”, it will appear in the hints.

Read also about Units and data formats