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.
Calculation: Rated perceived exertion MULTIPLIED by the duration of the training.
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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
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
Calculation: Load MINUS Stress
Great constraint < performance
Small constraint > performance
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