Advice and answers from the Sixcycle Team

Recorded training data is an increasingly more valuable tool for athletes and coaches, but it's important to not lose sight of the communication that happens around a workout. As an athlete, it's critical to keep a record of your responses to daily workouts for your own reference, and the same response gives your coach the information he/she needs to adjust your training with precision. 

Here are the fields Sixcycle offers to capture the Athlete Response:

Completed

Did you do your workout? Marking it as Complete will color the workout green and include it's volume (distance and/or duration) in your Timeline chart.

Feedback

Take a minute to write a few short sentences about how the workout went and how you are feeling. More often than not this provides a lot of insight, even if you feel that it may not.

Distance, Duration, Stress

If your workout Distance, Duration or Stress was different than assigned and/or recorded, you can manually input values here.

Effort

On a scale of 1-10, how hard did you feel the workout was just when you completed it?

Soreness

Going into the workout (after the warmup, if assigned), how sore were you on a scale of 1-10?

Fatigue

Going into the workout (after the warmup, if assigned), how fatigued were you on a scale of 1-10?

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