Rate of Perceived Exertion
Activity Duration (minutes)
Session Rate of Perceived Exertion (sRPE)
Training Load (sRPE) describes the overall mental and physical fatigue experienced by a player/team.
Researched extensively in team sports (e.g. Tim Gabbett, Carl Foster, and Anna Saw) it has a strong scientific backing.
sRPE methods are now in practice across the elite sports industry, from English Premier League clubs to National Olympic Committees.
Quanter automatically collects data on the players' experiences of training/match loadings.
Training Load Query - sent to players after every team event
Report Activity - used after events outside the team
Quanter places these values into the context of team- and individual-specific historical data.
Quanter classifies the overall impact of each event, day, and week, as well as the risk associated with the relative rate of change in loads.
Coaches: Quanter immediately visualises the fatigue status of your players and team, supporting you in coaching decisions on and off the field.
Players: Quanter enables your coach to tailor training programmes to your needs, and helps you plan your own training and recovery activities
RPE is a subjective measure of the overall sensation of fatigue (physical/mental) that a player perceives about an event.
Players input their RPE on a 0-10 scale, which Quanter combines with the Activity Duration to produce the TL values.
Players also report whether they have suffered from any pain (and where)
Or if they had any decreases in their general wellbeing (and what kind)
Coaches confirm the Activity Duration.
Training Load (sRPE) = RPE x Activity Duration
--> So it is important to record accurate timings.
After players complete the Query, Quanter provides them with immediate feedback, showing the Training Load for that event in the context of daily Training Loads and Readiness scores over the last 7 days.
Quanter also recommends whether the player should carry out some extra recovery activities.
Players can follow their loading patterns during key timeframes:
Event Training Loads over a 14-day period
Broad loading picture of Weekly Training Loads and Strain (based on the variation in loads)
The risk of injury/illness associated with the ratio of loadings in the last 7:30 days.
Coaches can see the Individual profiles of all of their players as well as the Team dashboards:
Provides a snapshot of the team’s recent loading patterns, on each day showing from top to bottom all the daily Training Load values centred on middle 50% of players
Players who have recently experienced exceptionally high loadings.
Event, Daily, Weekly, Monotony, Strain, Acute:Chronic