The load number is a unit-less value that looks at the volume and intensity of a workout, based on total distance and an athlete's Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) for a single session. Load is an indicator of how hard a workout is on an athlete's body.
Every athlete will have a different load number, as each athlete's perception of a session's difficulty level will vary.
Other data relevant to load monitoring, such as risk of injury, target load, monotony, and strain will be relative to an athlete's own numbers. This means that the significance of training load is not based on the actual value of the number, but on the progression of individual athlete's load numbers - how much do they normally do?
The load number can be found on the load monitoring page in TritonWear Insights
- Hover over the bar on the graph to see the load for a given day or week, depending on your Training Load Method settings
- Daily load numbers for a given week are also displayed in the table below the graph