I took a brief work at it, and it provides a custom report with a bunch of extra details. I need to look into it further. Also, I can tell you the format of data in the database itself so it allows some quick adjustments (though some quick php can convert to the formatting you are using).
Date/time info is stored in standard MySQL DATETIME format YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS and rounds is a basic integer, while time is converted to seconds for storage, converted back for display. I can see, after some bug testing, adding a 'full report' option from the workout log page.
yup, datetime, rounds, time (in seconds) is all captured in the tool. Date order is how it determines the layout of the workout log table (the one you click to display) and in hte comparison with others, it is used to keep 'active' users as part of the comparison.
I don't know how many are using the workout log, I'm waiting on Kevin's life to slow down a bit and then I can replicate a copy of the database to possibly add some other features and also take a look at the data. I will say that, on average, I usually saw about 20-25 entries a day, and guessed about 40-50 people were actively using it. This was two months ago.
If you can adapt the code to work off of the formats I gave you, I can work on adapting the code to pulling it from the database directly, so that someone could get the full output by clicking a link on the workoutlog page.
Process (user log entries) -> Create (database) -> (whatever tools we can write)
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