Commit Swimming has officially released its much anticipated workout manager in time for the new season. Commit’s team gathered feedback from hundreds of coaches across all levels in order to understand what coaches wanted in a workout manager. They found that coaches are interested in an application that stores workout data but doesn’t require cumbersome data entry. Flexibility is why so many coaches have stuck with Word, Excel, or paper & pencil when logging workouts.
After months of problem solving and working with coaches, Commit developed an incredibly unique solution: The Commit Parser. The Parser is an algorithm that reads sets and structures workout data for you. All you have to do is type! You can test out this powerful feature on commitswimming.com.
The Parser isn’t the only great feature in Commit Swimming’s new workout manager. Coaches can also:
- Share teams and automatically sync workouts with other coaches
- Search and add previously used sets while writing a workout
- Take attendance
- View and analyze trends with an interactive dashboard
- Define strokes, types, intensities, courses and equipment
- Access workouts on any computer any time
In addition to the current web application, Commit will follow up with iOS and Android mobile applications. Soon, writing workouts and capturing workout data will be as easy as texting! You can do it on your phone anywhere and it will sync with everyone on your coaching staff.
Commit is also working on a version for athletes to use individually or as part of a team. Athlete workout logs are important and highly recommended by many coaches. With Commit, coaches will be able to send the team’s workout to athletes after the workout is over so athletes can view it on their phone.
Commit is offering a 30-day free trial with no credit card required. To continue with Commit after 30 days, the application costs $8/month or $90/year.
Commit Analytics (Commit) builds innovative workout logging software for coaches and athletes to collect, analyze, and learn from their workout data. The company’s swimming platform is called Commit Swimming. Commit was founded in 2015 by Dan Crescimanno, Dan Dingman, and Nico Gimenez. The founding team consists of two ex-swimmers and all three have known each other for over 15 years. They’re quick to respond and fun to chat with if you email them at [email protected]
You can also follow them on twitter: @CommitSwimming