Roster Overview

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On the home tab of your motusDASH account, you will see a table detailing the current status of each athlete on your roster.

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The flag on the far left turns green when the athlete has transferred data for today.

The Diagnostic columns show the athlete's current A:C Ratio, Acute Workload, Chronic Workload, and Arm Health.

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Maintaining an A:C Ratio around 1.0 is important for staying healthy. A:C Ratio is color-coded green when the value is within one standard deviation (0.7 - 1.3), yellow when the value is between one and two standard deviations (0.4 - 0.7, 1.3 - 1.6), and red when the value is more than two standard deviations (0 - 0.4, 1.6 - 4) from the healthy A:C Ratio of 1.0.

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Acute and Chronic Workload will fluctuate throughout the season, so they are color-coded in a slightly different manner. Workloads are pink when the value is within one standard deviation (10.0 - 20.0), purple when the value is between one and two standard deviations (5.0 - 10.0, 20.0 - 25.0), and blue when the value is more than two standard deviations (0.0 - 5.0, 25.0 - 30.0) from the average workload of 15.0.

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Arm Health is an acute average of the athlete's subjective ratings. Health ratings are color-coded green when the average rating has been higher than 7, yellow when the average rating has been between 4 and 7, and red when the average rating has been below 4.

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The Prescriptive columns show the athlete's recommended 1-Day Workload for today and A:C Ratio with Rest. The workload recommendation is based on the athlete's current A:C Ratio, Chronic Workload, and schedule. It is designed to safely ramp you up, bring you down, or maintain a normal Chronic Workload. A:C Ratio with Rest shows what the athlete's A:C Ratio will be at the end of today if they do not throw at all.

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