I've noticed a few things when seeing scores being recorded in TRIIB and I wanted to revisit how to record scores.
For ALL strength, every single person should be selecting the "RX" option. The reason for this is because we are all on different levels and working off percentages, but those percentages equal differing weights.
For recording scores under the METCON, if you are putting in RX or RX+, make sure you are doing everything that is listed for RX/RX+. What does this mean? If a workout has an RX weight of 95 but also Pullups and an athlete does the RX weight but scales down to Ring Rows, the athlete should mark the "Scaled" option in TRIIB. Same thing goes for lowering a number of a movement. If an athlete is working on DU and the workout calls for 25 DU but he/she only does 15 DU each round, the athlete should mark the "Scaled" option in TRIIB. The same rules apply for RX+ option. If the workout calls for RX weight of 135 and Chest-to-Bar pullups and an athlete does the whole workout using 135, starts out doing Chest-to-Bar Pullups but then has to start doing Pullups, the athlete should mark the "RX" option in TRIIB. It's always all or nothing when it comes to RX or RX+.
There is nothing wrong with doing any of the above options in a workout. Modifying is the best way to grow in your fitness journey. We only wanted to bring this to everyone's attention since you are putting in your own scores and we aren't helping as much anymore.
Remember, at the end of the day, the only person you're in competition with is yourself. Not anyone else. Don't be afraid to scale the workout in order to achieve the intent of the workout.