myWOD RSS feed update instructions

Now the new CrossFit HG3 website is live, those using the RSS feed to update myWOD will need to change their setting. To help make this change I have created the following step by step easy guide. 

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For those that aren't aware the myWOD app is a simple way to log and track your CrossFit workouts (WODs) myWOD helps you keep track of your records, and seamlessly share your accomplishments on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, or via Email. myWOD gives you the ability to log your max weight achievements, as well as pull daily WODs directly from the CrossFit HG3/wod feed. If that isn't enough, you can also create your own custom WODs and save them for future use!

myWOD is available from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mywod-all-in-one-wod-log-for/id413025213?mt=8

 

Instructions to add the CrossFit HG3 WoD RSS feed

   1. Open the app on your device and select common

1. Open the app on your device and select common

   2. Select the + symbol to add the new RSS feed

2. Select the + symbol to add the new RSS feed

   3. When prompted select New Feed

3. When prompted select New Feed

   4. Type in the following details, then click save

4. Type in the following details, then click save

   5. The RSS feed will now populate myWOD

5. The RSS feed will now populate myWOD

 

Andy Ruddick

Rudds is Co-owner of director of training at CrossFit HG3. He is a Level 2 Olympic Weightlifting Coach, Crossfit Trainer and Personal Trainer. He also runs HG3 Kids programme from their Strength and Conditioning facility in Pannal, Harrogate.