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What about a range slider? You could use a single pointer for easy, medium and difficult. For programs that can vary, show a split pointer showing the range.
What to do if you feel like there is too many items in the bucket? Split it into two. But, how can you do it for "easy-medium-hard" which are clearly (you think so) distinguished from each other? The answer is: Add more grouping values Switch from easy-medium-hard to another rating system (and try to find a way to make it more clear) For me it seems ...
A five "star" system for difficulty would help people understand the system at a glance due to familiarity of leveled rating systems for other services/activities on the internet. Yelp: Sort by price Amazon: Search by reviews This would give you the opportunity to have not just 'Easy' and 'Hard' but also Medium, and easy-medium, medium-hard. I do ...
I would suggest a layout like this download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups This allows you to specify the level of difficulty (which would be by showing a progress bar) and the generic effort or intensity associated with the exercise by a simple text. I'll update this answer with some visual examples if I get some.
I think you could word it better, to make it clearer what the goals are,(I'm assuming you want people to advance through your system). instead of: easy, medium, hard do: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced To me the words here say enough without any explicit rating system, you will also need to make sure that it's easy to tell which workouts are ...
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