1. Assessments

Assessment creation

Grouping metrics together to form an assessment

An assessment by itself is simply a group of KPIs and KPVs. So before you create an assessment, you'll want to create the KPIs and KPVs that will make up the assessment.

KPIs vs KPVs
When creating the variables that go into an assessment, you'll have to decide if you want to create them as key performance indicators (KPIs) or key performance variables (KPVs). As a general heuristic, KPIs are usually intended to prescribe some aspect of an exercise. KPVs, on the other hand, are more general in their application.

In other words, KPIs will usually be measures of athletic ability like Back Squat 1RM or 1 Mile Run Max Speed. KPVs are generally raw data inputs (objective or subjective), like minutes played, cuts made, work ethic, sleep, stress, etc. Any and all of these types of metrics can be used as part of an assessment.

Once you've created all the variables that you want to use in an assessment, navigate to the assessments page, click the "New Assessment" dropdown and select "General Assessment." Give your assessment a name, then click save. From here, you will be able to add your desired KPIs/KPVs to the assessment and compose a formulaic output.


The metrics added to an assessment can be used to build a custom formula to produce a derived output. For example, suppose you track a number of wellness indicators that athletes report on a scale of 1 to 5. You could combine all these metrics in an assessment formula to create a composite wellness score.

See the formula field guide to learn more about building formulas.