Login: Use your COROS account email and password.
Create your own experience while working in the training hub. From this page, you can change your height/weight, metric vs imperial, training zones, personal bests, and privacy settings.
- Personal Information: Change your profile photo, nickname, height/weight, location, units of measurement, and also includes an introduction into who you are as a person/athlete.
- EvoLab Settings: While your zones will automatically update based on past performance, you have the ability to customize them here!
- Best Results: Manually update your best results if you haven’t run those while wearing a COROS watch.
- Privacy Settings: Select what you want to share and with who. If you wish not to share certain information with your team, you can change those settings here.
This is your athlete home screen. The Dashboard gives you a quick glimpse of where your fitness is and how the past week of training has gone. You can customize your charts by selecting the slide bar on the left side of the screen. Create your own dashboard to showcase the charts that mean the most to your training.
- Marathon Level: Use this metric to track your improvements in running ability and how you compare to other runners similar in age and gender
- 7-Day Fatigue Trend: How does your day-to-day training compare to your past 7 day average. If you’re in a build week, the trend should be increasing. If in a recovery week, the trend should be downwards.
- Recent Workouts: See recent workouts and their distance, avg speed, and training load. Click on the workout to enter the workout window.
- 7-Day Running Performance: Utilize this graph to ensure not all runs are being done poorly. If something doesn’t seem right, look more in-depth at workouts to ensure you are training properly for your goals.
- Fatigue Status: A snapshot of your fatigue. Utilize this graph to ensure you aren’t overly fatigued before going out for key workouts.
- 7-Day Workout: How well have you stuck to your plan? If you’re seeing large discrepancies, you should restructure your plan or discuss with your coach
- Future Plans: See future training so you can plan accordingly.
- Personal Running Record: Showing your all-time personal best times for given distances (while wearing a COROS watch)
- Race Predictor: Prediction of finishing times for popular distances. These are configured based on past running performances.
The EvoLab tab provides athletes with charts to analyze their past 4-24 weeks of training. By utilizing the charts provided, athletes can see if they are making progress towards their goals, or if they need to change training tactics to improve fitness.
- Training Load Management: 12 week chart showing your base fitness, load impact, and fatigue. Athletes aiming to build fitness will want to see a base fitness line trending up. However, keep a close eye on fatigue to ensure proper recovery.
- Training Summary: A 4 week snapshot of your total distance, time, training load, frequency of training, and average heart rate while training.
- Workout Data: 12 week bar graph showing a breakdown of week-to-week training. This can be sorted by training load, distance, or time. This graph allows users to see general trends in building or recovery.
- Marathon Level & Running Performance: A 12 week line graph showing changes in your running ability over the past 12 weeks. Quickly see if you’re improving in your ability.
- 4-Week Intensity Distribution: This chart shows the athlete a distribution of their intensity in 4 week blocks. Use this graph to ensure you’re training in the proper intensities during certain portions of the year.
- VO2 Max: A line graph showing changes in VO2 max over the past 12 weeks. Use this graph to track your aerobic capacity and improvements over time
- 7-Day Total TL: This chart covers 4 weeks time. A rolling 7 day average of your total training load is shown. This provides athletes a quick snapshot if they can handle more training load or may need to recover.
- Resting Heart Rate: A 12 week line graph showing resting heart rate. Utilize this chart to minimize overtraining, or coming back from illness.
- Pace Zone Distribution: A 4 week graph showing the distribution of training across your pace training zones. You can sort by training load, distance, or time.
- Threshold Heart Rate & Pace: A 12 week line graph showing changes in these two metrics. Use this graph to measure progress throughout training.
The Workout List tab shows athletes all of their past workouts. Athletes can customize their workout menu to show metrics they are most interested in for their summary. Athletes can sort by activity type, or keywords to find workouts from the past. Click on a workout to open a new window for workout analysis.
- Training Types: Select which activity type you would like to see
- Date Range: Select which dates you’d like to see activities from
- Keywords: Search past activities based on keywords in the activity title
- Import Data: Utilize this button to import data you have from other sources
- ii: Allows athletes to customize the metrics they would like to see included in workout summaries.
When clicking on a workout from the “Workout List” tab, a new window will open with workout data. From here, you can see the data from your workout in the main viewing area, GPS map of the activity tracking, summary of your data, along with lap data from the activity. To analyze the workout further, select the drop down menu in the top left corner. From here, you can compare and contrast up to 4 metrics at the same time.
- Selecting metrics to analyze: select the drop down menu in the top left corner of the screen. From here you can compare and contrast up to 4 metrics at the same time
- Customize lap data: Select the “ii” icon on the lap summary section of the screen. From here, you can add or remove metrics that you would like to see for each lap.
- Zoom feature: Select a portion of your workout to examine it closer. By selecting a portion of your activity, you can now focus on only that section. To exit this feature, select “entire” from the drop down menu located in the lap summary section.
- Time in Zones: In the lower right section of the screen, you can see what zones you spent time in during the activity. Utilize this feature to ensure proper training for your day’s workout
- Leave a message: In the lower right portion of the screen under zone info, open the comment tab to type a message. When done typing, hit “leave a message” to post it to the activity. Utilize this tool as a training journal or a way to communicate with your coach.
Within Calendar view, athletes can create workouts, training plans, enter important dates, periodize their schedule, and plan for future fitness. The calendar provides athletes with a way to keep track of their history and future in one place.
- How to create training: Select the day you would like to create training for. Click on the “+” within the calendar day. From there, select “training” from the drop-down menu. Training is a quick and easy way to add an activity=
- How to create a workout: Select the day you would like to create training for. Click on the “+” within the calendar day. From there, select “workouts” from the drop-down menu. This allows athletes to construct more complex workouts for daily use
- Workout library: After creating a workout, it will save to the day it was designed for, as well as your workout library on the right side of the screen “workouts”. To use this workout on future days, simply open your library, then drag and drop it onto the desired day.
- How to create an Event: Select the day you would like to create training for. Click on the “+” within the calendar day. From there, select “events” from the drop-down menu. Enter in your race, test, or other important dates.
- How to create a training plan: Select “training plan” on the right side of the screen. Click “create a training plan”. A new window will appear with a blank calendar. Fill in the title and description of the plan. From there, enter in workouts on the desired days. Save your plan.
- Training plan library: Select “training plan” on the right side of the screen. View all of your training plans you have created. To start a training plan, drag and drop the training plan on the starting day.
- How to exit a training plan: Click on the “view plan” button above the calendar.
- Periodize your calendar: select “please set the training” on the weekly summary of your calendar view. From here, you can set Preparation, Base, Progress, Peak, Race, and Transition. Use this feature to keep track of your periodized calendar.
- Utilize predictive modeling: Plan future workouts to see how it will affect your base fitness, load impact, and fatigue in the upcoming days/weeks. You can track training load, distance, and time. Use this new feature to dial in your peak and taper before your next race.
Log Out/Change Language
To log out, click the three horizontal lines in the bottom left corner of the screen. From there, select “log out”. You also have the option to change the language in this menu.