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Tailored Training Made Easier: Athlete Analyzer’s Latest Improvements

Athlete Analyzer offers enhanced support for both individual and group athlete planning. Occasionally, you may find yourself needing to plan competitions for only select members of your group. Previously, this required setting up the competition individually for each participant, a time-consuming task. However, with our latest update, this is no longer necessary. In this post, we'll explore two significant enhancements that will simplify your life as a coach, making planning more streamlined and efficient.

Selecting participating athletes

We're excited to introduce a new feature that significantly simplifies event planning within Athlete Analyzer. Now, when you add a competition or event to your training plan, you can easily select which athletes will participate. This streamlined process allows you to plan for a select group of athletes with just a few clicks. Simply access the "Participating Athletes" option and check off the athletes who are set to participate. This update is designed to make your planning process as straightforward as possible.

Removing workouts and events for specific athletes

This update simplifies the process of customizing training schedules. Instead of the previous method of manually navigating through the athlete's calendar to make changes, now you can directly click on a specific workout or event in the training plan and easily remove it by clicking the 'delete' icon next to the athlete's name. This enhanced feature supports workouts, events, tests, and even unscheduled weekly workouts, ensuring you can adapt each athlete’s schedule to their unique requirements with just a few clicks.


In conclusion, these latest updates to Athlete Analyzer are designed to streamline the complexities of training management, ensuring that coaches can focus more on performance and less on administrative tasks. With Athlete Analyzer, you're equipped to deliver personalized coaching that adapts to the needs of each athlete, ultimately fostering better outcomes and more successful competitions.


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