First of all let me say that I really am enjoying this game. If you put in the efforts it really dose give you a good workout. But here is my question. I started the 12 session programs, the one – “Men’s ultimate cardio and fat loss program” (I’m at work so I am going off of memory here, sorry.) The one under “sleeve busting” program. Anyway. Unfortunately it starts me off at advance. Don’t know why. But I busted a nut trying to keep up. I did good. Sweated my butt off which is my whole point of getting it. But after you finish the first session it says 11 more sessions to go. Where or how do you continue? What am I missing? Weather I go to start training, or back to that program or update my profile, it starts off at the same session, and when I finish it says again 11 more. How do I continue? Please Help.
I know exactly what you're talking about and have the exact same question...only nobody seems to have the answer. My wife is doing the first section of personal training, "Break A Sweat." This has 12 sessions to begin...it seems that if you don't complete them all in a row that the progress, including calories burned, does not save. I don't see a way to manually save her progress...every time she starts, regardless of choosing "continue," it starts her back at session 1. Pretty lame.
This is annoying, I was trying to do the same exact thing, the Men's Fitness and the Sleeve Busting. However whenever you switch your current program, it resets the progress. So you have to stick with the same program to see any progress.
However, I have not seen any difference from day 1 to 3 to this point on the Men's Fitness, so I'm not sure if the progress really even matters if the actual workout doesn't change.
I haven't had this problem but there seem to be many people on various boards who have. I'm guessing that choosing "Finish" at the end of a program saves your progress. I'm on Day 3 of my program and it's correct -- two days ago it showed I'd finished 1 of 12, yesterday 2 of 12, and today it says I've finished 3 of 12.
My question, which I hope is related, is: why do I only have the same three or four exercises in my program every day? I know they're good for me (as evidenced by my rubbery legs and aching muscles) but I wish they'd throw in some more variety. thx