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What is monotony and why is it important?
Monotony looks at how similar the distances and intensities are across different workouts.
Higher monotony means higher similarity between workouts. Lower monotony means lower similarity.
Ideally, workouts shouldn't be too similar and training loads should vary (lower monotony) while staying within the green ACWR band.
To view monotony on the graph, click the toggle labeled Monotony above the load monitoring graph.
To view the numerical value, hover over the bar on the graph.