As a coach, you need a visualization of the predicted performance of an athlete (that’s the expected Fitness-Form-Fatigue factoring), to effectively perform training plan readjustments. In the long run, you also need it to make sure that the training plan you’ve designed actually is what will get them to achieve their goals, with optimal stimuli and training loads. And, you need to have this for every single athlete you’re training.

Step 1: Select an athlete

Step 2: Click on their performance tab

Step 3: Review the FFF graph, to make your decisions

There you’ll see a visualization of your athlete’s predicted performance for all scheduled workouts. Hovering your mouse over each date bar you’ll see a prediction of your athlete’s performance (form, fatigue, fitness and stress).  

Based on this prediction you’ll be able to make adjustments on your athlete’s plan such as removing workouts or reducing intensity if needed. 

In a similar fashion, the readiness graph that follows gives you extra information to further adjust your athlete’s plan.  

NOTE: The expected FFF graph calculates all the future workouts — the entire macrocycle, if there is one — but only if there is stress recorded for the athlete