An new statistics view is added to trainings, **Average Intensity**!

## What does Average Intensity actually mean?

You simply sum all the sets, along with the number of reps for each set.

(Total weight of all sets / total reps of all sets) = Average weight lifted

**Example**

(100 kg x 10 x 5 + 115 + 130 x3 = 1965 kg/18 = 109.16 kg on average)

After average weight is found you divide that with the current 1RM of that exercise, such as 160 kg (109.16 / 160 = 68% Average Intensity).

### Screenshots

**Average intensity per exercise**

**Total average intensity for trainings**

## Why Average Intensity?

Its recommended/researched that for people training to get stronger, the average intensity should be around 70%, if you sum up all trainings in a week.

For average intensity to be precise the weights calculated should be from 60% of 1RM and upwards.