Triton Score measures performance and gives you an overview of your Readiness, Focus and Intensity. The score offers a fast and easy way to understand how well you trained while also ensuring you maintain a balance between volume, effort and technique. The hardest part is knowing how to use your metrics and act on insights to swim faster.
At TritonWear, we developed Focused Iterative Training, FIT, to break this down into three easy and actionable steps: observe, discover and adjust.
- Observe your Triton Score and learn what influences your score.
- Discover patterns in metrics you excel in and others you need to improve on.
- Use insights to adjust your training and master your progress.
Four weeks of tracking all workouts are necessary before setting goals on what metrics to improve on. You’ll need to learn how your Triton Score fluctuates and what impacts each of your Readiness, Focus and Intensity Scores before you start adjusting your training.
Mastering Readiness, Focus & Intensity
TritonWear Readiness gives you an insider look into how your body adapts to internal and external factors affecting your training. Readiness calculates load change over time and provides you with injury risk and training status (safe, overtraining, or under-training). The goal is for most of your practices to hit a 90 Readiness score and progressively increase your training load. Significant changes in volume (distance)put you at risk of over or under-training.
TritonWear Focus gives you an overview of how efficient you are in the water. When you are trying to decide which technique works best for you, it’s essential to understand that what works for one swimmer does not necessarily work for another. Tracking your metrics and understanding your swimming will help you answer this for yourself.
TritonWear Intensity gives an overview of how hard you trained. It measures effort by creating a baseline of your usual distance, active time and swim intensity and adjusts it as you improve or train harder.