We have a brand new dashboard for view planned vs completed client training data. We’ll be adding more charts here soon too.
These new features continue our commitment to providing you with the tools you need to best support your clients. Our goal with each new enhancement is to make your coaching experience more efficient, insightful, and enjoyable.
The dashboard can be found here from any client selector.
These charts show a visual representation of the percentage of prescribed training the client has actually completed. Apart from the frequency chart these only show planned vs. “completed of planned” data and do not include unplanned training. For example, if 5 hours were completed in workouts that were not planned, the 5 hours would not be included in this visual representation. Unplanned training data however is plotted on the line charts.
Compares planned vs. completed time.
Compares planned vs. completed distance.
Combined Time and Distance
Merges time and distance data.
Displays the number of sessions prescribed vs. the number completed.
The line charts in our new adherence dashboard feature three distinct lines that allow you to visualize various aspects of your clients' training:
Planned (Blue): This line represents the planned training metrics.
Completed of Planned (Green): This line shows what part of the planned training was actually completed.
Total Completed (Black): This line displays the total completed volume, including any training that was completed but not initially planned. If there was no planned volume, then only the black line will display.
These color-coded lines enable you to quickly grasp the relationship between planned and actual training, making your analysis more intuitive and efficient.
Observe how the planned time aligns with actual training time.
Visualize planned vs. completed distance vs. total completed distance.
Track planned vs. completed frequency vs. total completed frequency.
Date Range and Aggregation Options
Tailor the data view to your needs with preset date ranges like "Last 30 days", “Last Month”, “This Year” or specify a custom date range. You can also aggregate data by Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly intervals to show a more or less granular chart.
Monthly vs Weekly Aggregation of the same date range shown below