What is the Schema Type ExerciseAction Generator?

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What is the Schema Type ExerciseAction?

The "ExerciseAction" type represents an action that involves physical exercise or activity, such as a workout routine, sports game, or fitness class.

This type can be used to describe various forms of physical activity, including but not limited to cardio exercises, strength training, flexibility exercises, and sports matches.

The "ExerciseAction" type also encompasses any related information, such as the duration of the exercise, the level of intensity, the equipment or props used, and any notable events or milestones achieved during the exercise.

It can be used by fitness studios, gyms, personal trainers, athletes, and anyone else who wants to provide information about physical exercises they have performed or are planning to perform..

What are the properties of the Schema Type ExerciseAction?


The "actionStatus" property represents the status of an action, such as started, completed, failed, or pending.


The "additionalType" property specifies an additional type for the thing, providing more specific information about its nature.


The "agent" property represents a person, organization, or entity that performs an action or has a role.


The "alternateName" property provides an additional name for a thing, often used for disambiguation.


The "audience" property defines the target audience for a creative work, such as an article, movie, or video game.


A educational program with a defined syllabus, schedule, and assessment methods.


The "description" property provides a brief summary or abstract of the thing described.


The "diet" property specifies a specific diet that the item is suitable for.


A brief description about the "disambiguatingDescription" property: Provides a concise and informative summary that helps distinguish the entity from others with similar names.


The "distance" property represents a numerical value expressing the distance between two locations.


The "endTime" property specifies the absolute time when something ends.


A representation of a specific "error".


A representation of an event, such as a conference, concert, or other experience.


A series of physical exercises, lessons, and training sessions that make up a structured program for improving physical fitness.


A structured representation of a personalized exercise plan, including workouts and routines.


A diet that is related to a specific exercise or physical activity, such as a pre-workout snack or post-workout meal.


The "exerciseType" property represents a specific type of exercise, such as strength training, cardio, flexibility, or aerobics.


The "fromLocation" property specifies a departure location, such as a city or airport, for travel-related items like flights and events.


The "identifier" property is a unique string that identifies an item.


The "image" property represents a URL that links to an image, which can be used for visual representation.


The "instrument" property represents a device or tool used by an artist, musician, or performer to create music.


The "location" property represents a geographic location, such as an address, city, state, country, or coordinates.


The "mainEntityOfPage" property specifies the main content entity of a webpage, such as an article, blog post, or product page.


The "name" property specifies the human-readable name of a thing, such as a person, organization, or place.


The "object" property represents a general object, which can be anything from a physical item to an abstract concept.


The "opponent" property represents a sports team, athlete, or individual that is competing against the described entity.


The "participant" property represents a person or entity that takes part in an event, such as an organization, individual, or group.


The "potentialAction" property indicates potential actions that can be performed on an object, such as a web page or a digital item.


The "provider" property specifies a party responsible for providing a service, product, or content.


The "result" property represents a specific outcome or output of a search query.


The "sameAs" property represents an equivalent URI that can be used to refer to the same entity as the current item.


A specific location where a sports activity takes place, such as a stadium or gym.


The "sportsEvent" property represents an organized athletic competition with a specific date, time, location, and teams.


A sports organization that competes in a specific sport or set of sports, such as a professional football team.


The "startTime" property represents the starting time of an event, meeting, or other occurrence.


The "subjectOf" property represents the subject matter or topic of a creative work.


The "target" property specifies a hyperlink target, such as an URL or email address.


The "toLocation" property represents the destination point or endpoint of a trip, journey, or travel.


The "url" property represents a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) that is related to the item described.

1,368 Types

1,466 Properties

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Calebe B. Teixeira

Who came up with this Schema Builder?

Hello, my name is Calebe Teixeira I am a SEO from Brazil with a few years of experience in software development and creator of Focus Keyword Finder.

I live on top of a mountain in the south of Brazil, with my beloved wife and children and I connect to the internet through a Starlink antenna.

For some time I had been putting off the idea of creating what would eventually become the best and most complete 100% free Schema generator on the internet.

This is a simple gesture to try to give back a little of what I've learned over the years in this wonderful community of SEOs.

Have fun!