Performance Summary Dashboards

 

Performance Summary Dashboards provide a complete overview of athletic performance

Performance Summary Dashboards provide a complete overview of athletic performance

Performance Summary Dashboards are used to give a professional or athlete a complete dashboard overview of how they are performing across multiple performance areas and indicators.

Each cell in a specific report has:

- An arrow to indicate performance improvement or decrement (up improved, down is decreased improvement)

- The recent entry e.g. significant increase

- The date it was recorded (e.g 7 min or 3 months)

- The coloured backgrounds are the "Performance Standards" that were created according to the correct ranges of performance for different athletes.

High Level Overview

The image above shows the high level overview of the athlete across a number of different variables. Your system will track different information but may include:

Lifestyle/Overtraining

Flexibility and Agility

Sprint/MFITS

Aerobic

Anthro/Nurition

Strength and Power

Each one of these columns automatically pulls data in from a "Performance Summary Report" that shows the Key fields for a specific area such as Lifestyle/Overtraining as shown below. It pulls through the most important data from the Performance Summary Report to the Main Performance Summary Dashboard (shown here) and highlights any recent changes with the athlete.

Performance Summary Reports

Performance Summary Reports

From the Performance Summary Dashboard (discussed in the step above) you can click on an athlete to view one specific set of performance markers which are important for the coach/trainer etc. The example here shows the Lifestyle and Overtraining Report has been selected to view. You can instantly see how each athlete is performing across the range of fields.

If all of your athletes are performing well, you may not need to view an individual entry. But as you can see in the image here the demo rugbyplayer4 has had a significant increase in their sleep requirements. You can now click on that cell to be taken directly to the actual event that the information is being pulled from (as shown in the step below).

Viewing the Original Event

Viewing the Original Event

Once you click on a cell you will be taken to the athlete history for that athlete (we are reviewing the athlete history for "demo rugbyplayer 4"). You can view the actual record and then contact the athlete directly via e-mail or text and find out if they need any assistance.

To get back to review other Performance Summary Reports, simply click on the "Performance Summary Dashboards" link or the "Lifestyle/Overtraining" report link on the Trail bar as indicated with the two arrows in this image here.

You will then be taken back to the Performance Summary Dashboards when you can view different Performance Summary Reports or different events

You will then be taken back to the Performance Summary Dashboards when you can view different Performance Summary Reports or different events

 

Quick Guide: Rank a Column

Quick Guide: Rank a Column

To easily Rank the columns from best to worst and vice versa, simply click on the column headers and that specific column will be ranked automatically, as shown for the 40m Sprint time. To rank a different column, simply click on the column header.

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