We asked our data partner to help us with a deeper insight into performances and what makes elite swimmers fast. This is their TritonWear analysis.
TritonWear takes a look at the Top 3 from Trials in both 2021 and 2016 and looks at any changes in trends for to help understand what it took to get to Tokyo.
The Men’s 200 IM at U.S. 2021 Trials was one of the fascinating races to watch. How does Michael Andrew compare to the GOAT Michael Phelps?
TritonWear’s Focus Comparisons measure your most recent activity against your previous bests or athletes like you.
TritonWear Teams enables recruiters, coaches, and support staff to build integrated team structures and even track an entire nation.
The last step in TritonWear’s Focused Iterative Training (FIT) is using insights to adjust your training and master your progress.
TritonWear has developed Focused Iterative Training, FIT, to help you improve in 3 simple steps: track training, find focus, master progress.
TritonWear has developed Focused Iterative Training, FIT, to help you improve in 3 simple steps: observe, discover and adjust.
Triton Score measures performance and gives you an overview of your Readiness, Focus and Intensity. The score offers a fast and easy way to…
Improving metrics sets you on the path to improve performance. However, certain metrics influence each other. Improving one may lead to a…
Measuring performance starts with accurate data collection. TritonWear’s small wearable tucks comfortably in swim caps, capturing 30+ data points.
In Part 2 of the freestyle breathing pattern analysis, TritonWear looks at the relationship between breathing rates and lap progression in reps 200m and up.
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