What are Team Weekly Reports, and Why Do They Matter?

Get a snapshot of your team's performance with weekly reports on Recovery, Effort, and Skills without diving into individual athlete data.

As a swim coach, you work long hours, and let's be real, going through all that individual data can be a bit overwhelming and time-consuming. That's where team weekly reports come in handy. They give you a full picture of your team's performance in one go. With this information readily available, you can easily write or tweak workouts to suit your team's needs.

Where Do you Find your Weekly Reports?

To access your weekly reports, navigate to the analysis tab next to your team's activity feed. Under analysis, you will find your weekly reports, goals (locked), and monthly diagnostics.

🔓If you are a new TritonWear user, your team's first weekly report will be ready to generate 28 days after the first recorded workout. Depending on when this occurs, it might take up to 35 days to be visible to you, as reports are generated each Sunday.

Weekly report iphone


📵Weekly reports are not available on mobile devices - yet. If you tap on reports in the app on a phone, you'll see a message saying, "Your team performance is too big for a small screen." This will be added in a future update. 

For now, access your weekly reports on an iPad or by logging in on a computer.  

For more details on how to access team weekly reports, click here.


What Do Weekly Reports Show You?

As mentioned above, weekly reports provide a quick snapshot of your team's recovery, effort, and skills, along with an athlete summary card for the week. The reports are auto-generated every Sunday at 6 a.m. EST and always show the previous week's insights.

🤓 Please note that your reports only show information for last week; you can't access previous weeks' data—at least not for now.

Let's quickly examine what information you get with your weekly report.


TritonWear weekly report recovery insights

The recovery page summarizes your team's activity and each swimmer's training readiness. It highlights attendance (the number of tracked workouts and athlete participation), workload status (loading and unloading safely), and training balance (volume, intensity, skills) to ensure training is safe and effective.

👉Learn everything you need to know about recovery insights


TritonWear weekly reports effort insightsThe effort page delves into the composition of the week's training, indicating whether it was mostly recovery, aerobic, threshold, or speed-oriented. It also shows the energy systems used and the average training zones hit in each workout, helping you compare planned workouts to what actually happened. This feedback lets you adjust your training plans to match your athletes' needs better.

👉Gain a better understanding of the role of effort in your weekly reports


TritonWear weekly reports skills insights

The skills section details how much Butterfly, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Freestyle, and Kick your swimmers practiced during the week. It also identifies the most and least improved metrics for each stroke and provides a detailed look at 21 technique metrics, showing weekly improvements (in blue) and areas needing work (in red). This helps you adjust your training focus to improve the skills that will drive the best results.

👉Discover how to leverage skills insights to drive improvements

Athlete Detail Cards

TritonWear weekly reports athlete details

The athlete details cards offer a quick summary for each swimmer that week, showing information like how much time they spent working on recovery, aerobic, threshold or speed. It includes their load status (training safely, overtraining, undertraining), risk level, weekly volume, and changes in critical swim speed over the last 90 days for each stroke type.

You'll also see their most and least improved metric. This card offers a great opportunity for a conversation with the athlete, allowing you to discuss their attendance, effort and technique improvement in a supportive way. 

Get the lowdown on athlete detail cards

Why Weekly Reports Matter?

Weekly reports are crucial for optimizing training, enhancing performance and fostering communication in your role as a swim coach. By quickly reviewing insights on recovery, effort and skills, you can make informed tweaks to workouts and seasonal plans to keep your team on track. These reports also provide valuable opportunities for one-on-one meetings with swimmers, group discussions, or conversations with parents, ensuring everyone is aligned and working towards common goals.