## Foreword

Training load should not be confused with the volume lifted during training.

Rather, it is a value calculated on training, over a given period. According to the calculations, the results make it possible to estimate the fatigue, the performance, or the risk of injury of the athletes (among others).

**Rated perceived exertion (RPE)**This data comes from the client. At each finished session, his perceived exertion is asked.

It is based on a scale of 1 to 10.

## Training load

Calculation:

**Rated perceived exertion**MULTIPLIED by the**duration of the training.**

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## Monotony

Calculation:

**Average Daily Training Load**DIVIDED BY**Standard Deviation of Weekly Load**(According to Foster) The lower the index, the better the athlete's physical condition.

2 and +: Increased risk of fatigue

2.5 and +: Increased risk of injury

## Constraint

Calculation: Average load MULTIPLIED BY monotony

6,000 AU and more: > risk of fatigue and overtraining

10,000 AU and more: > the risk of injury

## Fitness

Calculation: Load MINUS Stress

Great constraint < performance

Small constraint > performance

## Freshness index

Calculation: Chronic load LESS acute load

## WEEK AVG_Week Pre1-4:

Average training load over 4 weeks (Excluding the current one)

## CE tot_Rolling X days:

Sum of the load over X days (default 7)

## CE tot_Week in progress (0):

Sum of the load in the current week

## CE tot_Rolling 28 days:

Sum of the load over 28 days

## CE tot_Rolling 3 days:

Sum of the charge over 3 days

## CE tot_Week Pre1:

Sum of the load on week 1

## CE tot_Week Pre2:

Sum of the load on week 2

## CE tot_Week Pre3:

Sum of the load on week 3

## CE tot_Week Pre4:

Sum of the load on week 4

## Ratio CE Aïgu: Chronic:

Acute Chronic Load Ratio