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Create schedule and periodization
Create schedule and periodization

Training periodization is a tool that can be used by the professional to optimize his long-term planning

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Written by Mathieu Gagné
Updated over a week ago

In step:

  1. Click on the “Contacts” tab, then choose the desired client.

  2. Select the “Objectives” tab.

  3. To learn more about objectives creation, click here.

  4. If you're using a new objective, make sure you've entered a title for the primary one and put a due date.

  5. Click on “schedule”, then on “Create a schedule” at the bottom of the page.

Schedule configuration

Adding a line or a category

  • Categories: Click on “add a category” (at the bottom of the screen).

  • Line: Click on the orange “+” on the left of the screen.

  • You can also edit the category name by tapping on it.

  • To remove a row or a category, click on the “trash can” icon appearing at the far right of each row.

Add value

Once the categories have been created, you can add a description, a value or modify its color by clicking on the cells.

The values ​​will fill the boxes according to the others on the same line.

For example, if one cell has a value of 10 and the other has a value of 5, then 10 will fill the cell, while 5 will fill it halfway.

Add weeks to the schedule

  • If you want some phases to extend past the objective due date, click on the gear.

  • You can also add weeks to periodization by changing the due date of your primary objective.

“Template” periodization

  • To add your schedule as a template: Click on the “Star”.

  • To select a model schedule: Click on the gear, then choose the desired one from your list.

Primary and secondary objectives

  • Your main objective will be displayed at the end of your planning and represented by a trophy.

  • If you have created secondary objectives, they will be displayed by dots.

Further information

  • To learn more about creating main objectives, click here.

  • To learn more about creating secondary objectives, click here.

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