Focus Score

Focus tells you how well your technical skills and speed skills have been executed on a given day.

The Focus Score gives you a quick, at a glance overview of how your training has gone for the day in terms of your skill and speed metrics. TritonWear's AI takes a huge amount of data and breaks it down into more digestible numbers based on comparisons to your past performances or to the performances of your peers. You will get one overall score representing how well you executed your skills in the practice and also individual scores for each stroke type practiced.

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The Focus score is calculated from 30 metrics that are divided into three phases: Overwater, Underwater, and Transitions.

All the different stroke types you practice will have different scores for all the metrics in the different phases. That means you will have a different scores for metrics such as DPS and Pushoff Strength when you are looking at your scores for Freestyle and other strokes.

You can click on the individual metrics in the mobile view to see some detail about that metric's performance over time.

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The default view is for Focus to compare your performance against "Myself" (your own past performances). However you can change this to compare to swimmers "Like Me" which will give you a new set of scores, that will compare your skill performance to that of others swimmers who resemble your gender, height, and speed profile.

How will this help you to improve?

Improving in the right areas is the fastest way to improve. If you don't know where to focus, you can't train well. But with 30 metrics for every single lap, information overload is a real challenge. Your Focus Score pinpoints the skills holding you back, so you can focus on the right areas to improve.

If your intention in one workout is to improve your turns then you can see your performance in those metrics and compare them to your recent averages. Also the compare to others "Like Me" function will allow you to see how you are performing relative to your peers and give you an idea of what are your strengths and weaknesses relative to them.

The individual scores for stroke types and specific metrics will also help you identify your progress and plateaus and allow you to adjust your training to continue improving (and see that reflected in the rising score).