In addition, wellness data offers a comprehensive overview of the athlete's health and stress levels, providing valuable insights for offering personalized support to enhance overall performance and well-being.

This section allows you to monitor their well-being using the Hooper questionnaire and RPE (Rate of Perceived Exertion) tracking. By keeping a close eye on these indicators, you can proactively address any issues and tailor your approach to ensure your athletes' physical and mental readiness for optimal training and competition.

Hooper's questionnaire

On the left, presented in a radar format, you will find the athlete's responses to Hooper's daily questionnaire [1]. The questionnaire includes the following questions:

  1. How rested do you feel?

  2. How did you sleep?

  3. What is your level of stress?

  4. What is your level of frustration?

  5. Do you have any soreness?

By tracking these responses, you can better understand your athlete's mental and emotional well-being, allowing you to offer appropriate support and make adjustments to their training regimen as needed to optimize performance and overall success.

RPE & Feeling

On the right side of the section, you will find the evolution of the athlete's Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) and their overall feeling in relation to the training load. This provides an insightful measure to monitor whether the internal load, represented by the athlete's perception of effort and fatigue, follows the external load, which represents the intensity and volume of training.

By analyzing this data, you can gain valuable insights into how the athlete's body is responding to the training program. If there is a discrepancy between the internal and external loads, it may indicate potential issues such as overtraining or inadequate recovery. This information empowers you to make data-driven decisions and adjustments to optimize training plans, ensuring the athlete's well-being and achieving peak performance.

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