In this section, you have the ability to monitor and track various metrics that we compute, providing valuable insights into the athlete's performance.
Comparing Maximum Lactate Steady State (MLSS) and Maximum Oxygen Uptake (VO2max) on the same plot offers valuable insights into an athlete's physiological capacities and training zones. Both MLSS and VO2max are essential performance indicators, and having them on the same plot allows for a comprehensive understanding of an athlete's aerobic capabilities and endurance performance.
Comparing Maximum Power and VLamax on the same plot allows for a comprehensive understanding of an athlete's anaerobic performance profile.
Max power reflects the highest power output an athlete can generate during intense, short-duration efforts, indicating their peak anaerobic power capacity.
On the other hand, VLamax represents the maximum rate of lactate production, which indicates how quickly the athlete produces lactate during high-intensity exercise.
High max power indicates the athlete's ability to generate power during short bursts of effort, while a high VLamax suggests a greater capacity to produce and tolerate lactate during intense exercise.
This Predictive Performance Tracking graph provides a comprehensive view of your athletes' progress over an extended period.
Powered by our state-of-the-art "Optimal Power Range Recommendation" model, this view allows you to track and optimize training with precision.