Understanding Recovery

Access team recovery insights like attendance, athlete status, and training balance to optimize athlete performance and prevent injuries.


The recovery page summarizes your swimmers' readiness to train and considers things like their attendance, workload status, and training balance to ensure their training is safe and effective.

TritonWear weekly report recovery insights


    • Attendance:  Each circle represents a workout, with the colour corresponding to the type of pool (25m, 50m, 25 yds, or custom) and the number inside indicating the number of swimmers tracking that session.

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    • Athlete Status: The pie chart provides a visual representation of the training status of athletes. The chart shows who is overtraining (red), undertraining (orange), and training safely (green). The unknown (gray portion) represents swimmers with missing workout ratings. It uses the acute-to-chronic workload ratio (ACWR) formula, which compares the average load of the last seven days (acute) to the average load of the last 28 days (chronic). When this ratio falls between 80% and 130%, athletes are training safely. If the ratio exceeds 130%, they are overtraining, and if it falls below 80%, they are undertraining.
      Athlete Status
    • Risk of Injury: The risk level also varies depending on the ACWR ratio; athletes close to the 80-130% range are at low risk, while those further away from this range face moderate to high risk of illness or injury. Risk level

⚠️ Missing workout ratings: If an athlete rates a workout from the previous week after 6 a.m. EST on Sunday, an updated report that includes their newly generated scores will be available at 6 a.m. EST the following day.

🔄Missing workouts: If any workouts have not been synced by the time the report is generated (Sunday at 6 a.m. EST), they will not be included in the report. But don't worry! They'll be added to the report the next day at 6 a.m. EST after syncing. 

  • Training Balance displays three key metrics: 

    1. Your average training intensity compared to your average weekly intensity target, reflecting how closely the swimmers executed the workout as planned. 
    2. Your actual weekly volume versus the target volume. 
    3. Your focus on technique compared to the benchmark of 75. 

    In this example, the swimmers slightly underperformed in intensity (77 vs. 79), slightly exceeded the volume target, but maintained a good focus on skills (76). For more on how training balance affects swimmers, check out The Tradeoff Triangle.
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