Managing large or multiple rosters
As your roster of athletes grows, it can become difficult to manage. PULSEthrow can help you organize your roster into subteams for quicker data access, shorter Roster Transfer times, and faster DASH loading times. You can also use subteams to archive past athletes with data that you don't want to lose or delegate multiple affiliate locations with a single login to view all data. Whatever the reason, the process for implementing subteams is simple.
From the Main Menu, navigate to the Manage Subteams screen. Tap the Add Subteam button in the top right, and create a name for your new Subteam. Using the handles on the right, move athletes into the proper subteam. You also now have the capability to delete subteams, which will then prompt any athlete under that subteam to go back to being unassigned to a sub team.
Back on the Roster, tap your team name, then select a subteam to filter your roster. This subset of athletes will now be used for Roster Transfers and the Manage Sensors screen. Your subteam selection will be remembered across app launches, so you can use one login for multiple affiliates each with the proper subteam selected. It then becomes easy to move athletes from one affiliate to the next as they move through your organization.
Syncing data from multiple PULSE sensors
PULSE data can be synced from multiple sensors at once from a coach account if sensors are saved to each athlete profile on the roster: Open the PULSE coach account Plug in all sensors that have data within-range of your mobile device Select a ...
Getting started with PULSE - Athlete
Welcome to the Driveline Family via the PULSE Workload Management Sensor! As an athlete, this Get Started Guide is here to take you step by step to getting your account set up, sensor connected, and collecting throw data. Setting up your account ...
Manage Athletes Mass Functions (Advanced)
Why is this useful? Mass functions on the manage athletes page will save trainers hours of time going to each individual profile to perform these functions. The mass functions include some of the most used and valued functions in TRAQ, such as ...
PULSE Dash Tiers
On July 1st, 2023, we will be implementing updates to the free PULSE Dash team account. All coach and individual PULSE Dash accounts will still be able to use the PULSE iOS app to see all individual athlete data. For the desktop version of PULSE Dash ...
Creating Workouts (Beginner)
Why is this useful? Templates will save a ton of time from clicking and dragging weeks worth of programming. Creating all of your workouts in TRAQ allows you to easily assign them to your athletes. How to Create Workouts The best place to create ...