The Scoop on Load Monitoring

Athletes run a 50-70% chance of injury with intensive training loads, but proper load monitoring prevents unnecessary injuries below 5%.

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What is Load Monitoring?

Optimized Quantity of Training

By monitoring training programs according to the “dosage” of exercise the athlete actually sustained, coaches can ensure the athlete is not over-training or under-training.

So coaches can better plan workouts and practice intensities to improve athlete performance and reduce risk of injury

This is critical for optimal performance gain.

Accurate, Automated, Load Monitoring

The best representation of actual load = load measured at rep level. Measuring volume & intensity w/ total swim time and session RPE provides the total session training load.

Tracking load over time allows for thresholding via Acute to Chronic Workload Ratio (ACWR). Research shows, athletes who maintain an ACWR between 80%-150% will keep their likelihood of injury below 5%.

How It Works

Tech grounded in simplicity & ease of use.

1. Train with TritonWear at every session for 30 days

2. After each session, athletes input session RPE on their mobile device

3. Receive fully automated load monitoring, flagging if or when an athlete is at risk of over or under training.