Plan Library, Dynamic plans & the Expected Performance (FFF) graph

Science is back to help us with our training plans and data analysis. And, with some more automation and the proper integrations, we’ve got ourselves an even better workflow.  There are a lot of different ways to use Endogusto, and so much for us to do; but, we’ve been talking with some of you these last few weeks. And it seems that some comprehensive status graphs — Expected Performance (FFF) — and some workout scheduling were in order, along with some more time-saving, life-altering features. You asked, we delivered!

Plan library: a huge timesaver

Plan Library — Endogusto

Do you ever stay awake at night, trying to figure out a way to save entire training plans in your library, transforming them into reusable assets that would allow you to increase your revenues? We’ve got you covered! 

Create, edit and save your training plans, through our newly released Plan library. Apply a saved plan to one or multiple athletes and save loads of time in creating new plans for everyone. Increase your capacity, bring in new athletes and serve them with the same quality service your clients are used to. 

And, for those of you that have been with us for a while, you can also select a date range on your calendar, group it into a plan, type in a few details and save it into the Plan library for future use. The possibilities are endless!

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Dynamic planning is here!

Dynamic Planning — Endogusto

Sometimes you have more time and available brainpower, sometimes you don’t. But, you don’t need to constantly fight against it to make for some efficient coaching. You can use our new, dynamic plan functionality to design several weeks worth of workouts — the entire macrocycle, even — and gradually release them to your athletes’ calendars week by week, or as many days as you need, each time. 

That way, you can prepare all you can when you have the time and clarity of thought and still retain control over any last minute changes or readjustments. Design it all, release a weekly batch and make any changes or readjustments for the next batch before you make it visible to your athletes. And, you can send notifications when each batch is available for them to see, too!

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Expected Performance via the Fitness – Form – Fatigue (FFF) graph

Expected Fitness-Form-Fatigue graph — Endogusto

The 3Fs of endurance metrics; potentially, the most important indicators in defining progress, performance and motivation. Use our new Expected Performance (FFF) graph to understand the current situation and expected progress of your athletes.

The Expected Performance (FFF) graph

Visualize a prediction curve for performance, identify any possible improvements and make readjustments to help athletes reach their goal race, even more effectively; all, by proper, balanced stimulus and training load, customized to each athlete’s fitness level.

And, don’t forget; athletes can see their graphs, too! By identifying and implementing the best training methods for them, you can keep them ever improving their performance and keep them motivated with a trouble-free performance graph.

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Here’s our complete list of changes for this release:

Release Notes

New features

  • Functionality to allow coaches to save any set of workouts as a reusable training plan, to be applied on the calendar of one or multiple athletes
  • Dynamic planning, to allow for a gradual release of workouts on athlete’s calendars
  • A composite Expected Performance Fitness-Form-Fatigue (FFF) graph, to help identify potential performance improvements, per athlete


  • Added pace/km or mile, on laps table
  • Increased responsiveness


  • Fixed an issue on pace chart
  • Fixed an issue with athlete’s name on the workout builder

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Plan Library, Dynamic plans & the Expected Performance (FFF) graph was last modified: July 27th, 2022 by Endogusto