The Work Gym

We can guarantee all your work will get done. Really.

So you’re probably in the “Productivity” section of Product Hunt because you want more productivity, right? We built The Work Gym for you — social accountability with a super-lightweight structure for staying on track for multiple hours. TWG has produced seemingly magical results for people in demanding professions in 15+ countries.

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Hi all, I’m one of the founders at Ultraworking. We’ve got a lot of people in really demanding fields on TWG — lots of programmers, lots of business owners, attorneys, a few medical doctors including a Professor of Medicine, a wide range of creatives, PhD students, engineers, inventors, etc. Basically, we distilled a bunch of the known best practices for peak performance that most people don’t actually do into a beautiful lightweight interface — and then we mix in social accountability via videoconferencing with a skilled moderator of a session keeping everyone on-track and focused during short scheduled review periods. It works really, really well. We’ve got dozens of pages of reviews and testimonials like these — "I was pleasantly surprised with my performance — at least 3x more productive than normal. I’ve read about productivity best practices and implemented some of them before, but you have to try something like this to really experience the benefits.” — Neil Taylor, Commercial Director at Mobedia; London, UK ”The biggest thing I realized is that when I focused during Work Cycles, I can get a workday done in 3 hours... By getting the work done in disciplined cycles, that then frees me up to work on bigger things, as well as showing me where I was wasting time in the past.” — Glennn Holman, Consultant; Dallas, Texas Here’s real, unedited live chat feedback from two sessions in the last week alone — “I've been putting this off for three weeks and there's no way I would have done it if not on cycles.“ — Business Owner “After an emotionally/energetically challenging weekend, this was really good structure to lean on to actually get things done. I wouldn't have worked today if it weren't for TWG. Work Cycles are always good. Need to schedule Cycles at least 3 out of 5 days a week (have these overlap with TWG as much as possible). Yay for TWG!” — Systems/Automation Expert (And those are both highly effective people!) Basically, if you’ve got hard work to do, we’re here to help you get it done a lot faster. Having the right lightweight structure for staying on track + being with a group of very smart and exceptional people? It’s like magic for getting work done faster and more enjoyably. If you’ve got any questions, I’ll be around on-and-off for the next 10-12 hours or so, and then back on tomorrow. Let me know if you’ve got any questions, and hope to get some great work in with you. Salut and huzzah, Sebastian
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I've been using Work Cycles for quite some time now and for most job related tasks i've been getting 50-75% more work done, because I always know what's next without getting sidetracked by useless minutiae.

Pros:

Productivity to the max

Cons:

None I can think of

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Over the course of using Work Cycles I've seen my personal productivity jump 100-300%. Behind the scenes it trains your focus, work estimation, and overall execution on any work you have. I've been using it almost daily for over 2 years and haven't seen any other system or style come close to this in terms of getting stuff done. Highly recommend!

Pros:

Tech backed focus on your work

Cons:

Nothing really

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I have done the Ultraworking Pentalathon about 5 times over the last 18 months - amazing productivity results. I have published two books using it. And did a major website overhaul in another. Tasks I had been putting off for years got completed . Love it

Pros:

Better focus on your Most Important Work

Cons:

Following the structure if structure is not your thing

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Amazing product from the Ultraworking team! Definitely worth using if you want to be more productive.
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