DAREBEE Functionality

This is a quick overview of the DAREBEE functionality to give you a general idea of how things work.

Progress Tracking

You can track your progress as you go through any of the programs or challenges and it is saved in your browser's memory. To mark a completed day of a program click on the white box next to it in the Program Index at the bottom of each program day’s page and click “save”. For challenges simply click on the completed day and it'll either highlight or cross it out. Don’t forget to save every time you tick a box.

There are no mandatory logins on the website but if you would like to use progress tracking across devices e.g., your PC, tablet and mobile you can create a tracking ID. To create an ID scroll down to the bottom of the website and press “Progress Tracking & Favorites”. A panel will open up with an option to create a new ID as well as a login box. It's quick and easy to create one since there is no email verification. You will be able to log in right after.

Creating an ID also allows you to add pages to Folders and manage your favorites. Once you log in, you will see an “Add to Folders” button at the bottom of every page. You can create multiple folders and bookmark workouts, programs and challenges for future use. Shortcuts to these will be stored in your Folders after that. To access your Folders quickly type “/fav” right after the website address: “darebee.com/fav” or scroll down to the bottom of the website and click “My Folders”.

Tip: You can use the folder feature to design and schedule training sessions.

Note: Your progress tracking ID is separate from the account you set up in the Hive, the DAREBEE community.

Timers and Sets

Every workout and program days include two additional panels: timer and sets.

Quick timers allow you to quickly pick rest time between sets which is usually 30 or 60 seconds or 2 minutes depending on how much rest time you need. If you switch to a custom timer (press “custom” in the timer panel) you can enter your own interval and use that instead.

Routines with timed exercises like HIIT workouts usually include pre-configured timers that take you through an entire set including rest time. You will hear a beep at the beginning of the workout and then every time you must move on to the next exercise in the sequence. Once the circuit is complete you will hear “Rest” and then “Done” at the end of it. Press “Repeat” to start the timer again. You control how many sets you do.

Each time you complete a set you have the option to mark it in the “Sets” panel right next to the timer.

Note: If you are using a mobile device we recommend that you increase the screen timeout time to prevent the screen from dimming and switching off while you are in the middle of a set.

The DAREBEE Community

Everyone is welcome in the DAREBEE community, the Hive. You can create an account there and participate in events, keep a training log or ask for help. Every member of the Hive has a profile that is only visible to other members. Your profile has its own features and it allows you to claim badges for completing programs or events and tell other darebees a little bit more about yourself. It is a community for everyone whether you are in the beginning of your fitness journey or already on your way towards your goals.

You don't have to do DAREBEE workouts to belong. Admittedly, it helps but you don't have to do any exercise to belong either. The DAREBEE resource is about finding the right level for you, finding the way to be happy with yourself, how you look and feel, and your life in general. How you do it, is up to you.

Hopefully this place can provide the tools you need or at least inspire you. If all you need is some support and encouragement, we will do that. This is a safe space and we are here to make your life just a little bit easier and your every day a little brighter. There are good places on the web. This is one of them.