I'm looking for software for organizing a "workout routine". Not weights but things in general where I want an organized plan of action to accomplish a long term goal.
Essentially I want something that lets me give a list
- Do X
- Do Y
- Do Z
But of course more "supped up"(the more features the better). I do not necessarily want to tie this to time since I may not start each thing at the exact same time or may have to miss things.
I would like to be able to add notes, possibly even links to pdfs and show images.
All the software I have looked at tend to be for the profession and is organized generally in time. I want something that I can use to refer to so I can organize my "workout" in a coherent and consistent way each time I do it and not skip around or miss things unintentionally.
To be clear, I have a set of tasks I want to accomplish per day and per week. The tasks have no specific time frame(I may start them at 9am or 1pm) but generally should be sequential but not always.
Essentially a mix of a "to do" list and project management. The main thing is to be able to present the tasks in a nice way and easy to follow with possible side information(pre and post information such as info about the task and "success" of the task).
Seems to be about the closest I have seen. It should be a modern program and not something from win3.1. Most of the software I've seen looks quite dated and their web sites look like they came straight from 1999.