ScienceTraining’s new "Mark as Done" feature allows coaches and athletes to efficiently track completed workouts in the athletes’ calendars. This feature proves particularly useful in situations where automatic tracking is not feasible, such as when athletes don't have a watch, forget to wear it, or experience a drained battery during a workout.

Let’s see how “Marked as done” works step by step!

Step 1: Navigate to the athlete’s calendar

To get started, log in to your ScienceTraining account and navigate to your athlete’s calendar or your own calendar if you’re an athlete.

Step 2: Find the workout that you want to mark as done

To mark a workout as done, begin by reviewing the list of past workouts — or those scheduled for the current day. Find the specific workout you wish to mark as done and click on it

Step 3: Click on the “Mark as done” option to confirm

A window will then appear, showing general information about the workout. Within this window, you will see the status “Not done”, and the option “Mark as done” just below it. Click on the "Mark as done" option to confirm the completion of the workout. 

Once selected, the workout will be visually highlighted in green, indicating its completion status. This visual cue makes it easy for you to identify which workouts have been successfully finished.

Reverting Confirmation: Selecting "Mark as not done"

If you accidentally mark a workout as done, you can easily undo the confirmation. Access the workout again and choose the "Mark as not done" option to revert the completion status.

Note 1: Automatic Stress Adjustment

When a workout is marked as done, the estimated stress associated with it will be automatically adjusted to reflect the actual stress experienced during the workout. This adjustment ensures more accurate data for analysis and progress monitoring.

Note 2: Only applicable for Past and Same-Day Workouts

Please note that the "Mark as done" feature is only applicable for workouts scheduled on the same day or previous days on the calendar, as it is not possible to complete a future workout.

That was it! Now you have a convenient way to track completed workouts — either as a coach or an athlete, enhancing accuracy in data analysis and progress monitoring.