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TriProfile WebApp

rikby rikApr 29th 2017
I wrote a webapp for tracking your triathlon profile. The idea is from James Beckinsale's Triathlon Training Book. It charts various metrics using a radar chart.

It's available here:

You can store your current profile then return to it later and tweak it when you improve. Then you can playback your history. In theory it should grow to fill the whole screen as all your metrics improve (or it might just pulsate like mine - good week/bad week/good week/bad week).
TriProfile WebApp
What the metrics mean can be up to you. James Beckinsale has some suggestions and a spreadsheet that does a similar thing here:
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