Whoop 'Request Failed' error when trying to save Strength Trainer workout reported by some

Strength training is an essential part of any fitness routine, but it can be challenging to track progress and optimize training efforts. That’s where the Whoop Strength Trainer comes in.

It is a new feature of the Whoop fitness app, which is widely recognized as one of the best fitness-tracking apps on the market.

One of the most significant advantages of the Whoop Strength Trainer is its ability to measure muscular load.

Whoop Request Failed error

However, since its launch, some users have reported issues with the Strength Trainer feature (1,2,3,4,5).

Whoop Request Failed error
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Some Whoop users have encountered a ‘Request Failed, try again later’ error message when attempting to save their workout. As a result, the whole record is lost, and users have to restart their devices to get back into the app.

This issue has caused frustration among users who rely on the Strength Trainer to track their progress.

Losing workout data can significantly impact their ability to monitor their performance and plan their future training sessions.

Every time I open the whoop app the session is still running and when I try to save the same request failed appears. Anyone else find the strength trainer this buggy?

Completed about an hour of lifting and received an “Try Again Later” error. Lost all workout data. Anyone else see this?

It is especially concerning for users who are using the Strength Trainer to track their progress over time and make adjustments to their training routine accordingly.

We hope that developers will address this issue as soon as possible so that users can use the app and monitor their exercises properly and consistently.

The Strength Trainer has the potential to revolutionize the fitness industry, but it needs to be reliable for users to trust and rely on it.

Featured image source: Whoop

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