For Android users:
1/ Drag to “Upload a video” or “I have a link”
2/ Either you already have a YouTube link in the clipboard ready to be pasted, and there the option “I have a link” is made for you, otherwise you want to upload the video from your phone:
3/ Choose your video :
4/ Add a title and description under YouTube, and validate
5/ Once downloaded and processed, click on the video options
6/ Then click the Share option
7/ Then select the CrossLife icon
8/ Your video is ready to be posted!
The principle is simple:
1/ The 1st of each exercise receives 1 point, the 2nd receives 2 points, until the last who receives N points with N the number of members registered on CrossLife, classified or not.
2/ Some exercises include 2 variants, RX or Scaled. (Example: Max T2B / Max knees raise).
3/ Whether for an exercise (Ex: Snatch), a family of exercise (Lifting) or the general ranking (Leaderboard), the athlete with the lowest point is the highest ranked.
In order for a score to be taken into account in the calculation of the Leaderboard, it is necessary to:
WODs are displayed :
A WOD can be searched for by:
On FOR TIME WODs, you will have to enter:
Of course, if you finish within the time cap, you will enter the total number of reps that the WOD contains. However, if you have not finished the WOD in the allotted time, you will enter the total number of reps made so you can compare your progress with your friends or your other scores that have not reached the end of the WOD during the time cap.
However, using the filter at the top left, you can view all your scores filled over time on this WOD. Obviously, this is your best score that is then displayed in the ranking of all athletes!
These values describe and cover, in our opinion, the vast majority of events encountered and practiced by athletes of all levels.
While thinking of everyone by scaling certain exercises, we tried to group the most representative and most meaningful exercises for the athletes, while remaining in a simple and unmistakable spirit of measurement. This is why you can not find any race events, an exercise that is still difficult to calibrate and measure without risk of error. The CrossLife team is still thinking of ways to integrate new exercises very soon!
To post a new video from your phone from Android, here is the procedure a little more detailed because a little less intuitive (Remember that you must be logged in to a Google / YouTube account):
1/ Select the video on your device:
2/ Set up your video on YouTube,add a title and submit it:
3/ Once uploaded, click on the video options, the three dots next to the title of the video:
4/ Then select the “Share” option, at the very bottom:
5/ Copy the video :
6/ Go back on the CrossLife app (Back button), on the exercise in question, then choose the option “I already have a YouTube link”:
7/ The link will automatically appear in the field, you just have to validate!
Events can be filtered using the icon at the top left in the “Events” tab according to:
Notifications are sent for:
The notifications in the News Feed indicate that one of your posts (Text, photo, video, Score or event) has been commented. To view the posts affected by notifications, you can either click the number of notifications in the Left Menu, or use the envelope icon in the News Feed.
The red open envelope filters the publications affected by the notifications. These posts, as long as they are not consulted, are framed in red in order to highlight them.
The complete list of athletes is accessible via the Leaderboard. You can search all athletes based on :
Good question. The difference is only on the privacy settings. If you choose to leave access to your content (posts, WOD, events, Scores) only to the athletes connected to you, only them will be able to consult your content. Otherwise, all users without distinction will be able to see your content.
Similarly, you can filter the content of your news feed by choosing to display only the content of the athletes connected to you or the content of all CrossLife athletes without exception.