To add a competition, navigate to the calendar by clicking "Calendar" in the top bar.
Then click on the day when your competition is scheduled fill out a name and a goal of the competition and confirm with green button. That's it!
To add a info, injury, sick or travel, navigate to the calendar by clicking "Calendar" in the top bar.
Then click on the day, or select multiple days in the calendar, select what kind of event you want to add - info, injury, sick or travel, provide description (optional) and click green button. Your coachg will recieve a notification about the events that you added and they will appear in your messages.
To provide a feedback on an activity, click the activity (proceeded by A in the calendar) you would like to provide feedback on, then click . Select how you felt after the activity and provide a comment if you fee like. Confirm with .
Providing a feedback on an activity will generate a message that will be send to your coach.
Body metrics are defined by a coach and allow athletes to provide values so that they are reflected in their workouts.
You can access the Body Metrics by clicking, you guessed it: Body Metrics.
In our example the coach has defined five disciplines - measure combinations:
With five zones visible in the run-heartrare discipline-measure combination:
No you can click on each zone and provide appropriate values:
To pay an invoice, navigate to the Payments by clicking "Payments" in the top bar (this is only visible if there are any invoices that the coach has send you).
Then click on the button, and provide your contact and then payment.
Amount of details visible for a workout is dependent on calendar view. Try switching between day, week and month to see more or less details respectively.
Open Chrome on your Android device and navigate to https://app.antelope.ch
Tap the menu button (three dots on the right side of the address bar) and tap Add to homescreen. You’ll be able to enter a name for the shortcut and then Chrome will add it to your home screen.
The icon will appear on your home screen like any other app, so you can drag it around and put it wherever you like. Antelope will load as a “web app” when you tap the icon, so it will get its own entry in the app switcher and won’t have any browser interface.
Open Safari on your iOS device and navigate to https://app.antelope.ch
Then click the share button - (bottom of the screen)
Click "Add to Home Screen"
Confirm the name: Antelope. This name will appear under the icon on your home screen
Confirm the link: https://app.antelope.ch. Make sure there is nothing after https://app.antelope.ch, if there is - just as on the screen just remove it and keep only https://app.antelope.ch
Click Add - top right of the screen.
Antelope icon will appear on your home screen like any other app, so you can drag it around and put it wherever you like. Antelope will load as a “web app” when you tap the icon, so it will get its own entry in the app switcher and won’t have any browser interface.
Depending on your device the first start of the app might take a bit longer than you would expect. This is beacuse you don't need to download the app, and just pin it to the screen. Internet connection is required to open the app.
After opening Antelope, you will see that the navigation items and layout has been adjusted so you can use it without any limitations.
Analytics in Antelope are divided in three sections - Day, Week and Month. The main reason why we divided them in such a way is that based on the granularity (day, week, month) you most probably want to focus on different stats that you look at. The day, week, view are also very familiar since they reflect the same view as the calendar.
The day view shows athlete's energy level, mood, and hours of sleep.
Additionally there is also % Complete that shows what the Athlete completed vs what the coach planned.
For % Complete the coach needs to link library categories to Strava Activities, by clicking category settings in the Category bar.
The color of the % complete is based on percent complete with following ranges.
The week view shows hours spend exercising, miles or km traveled, and kcal burned for a certain week. Just below each of the mentioned KPIs there is a comparison to a previous week with a up, down or sustained indicator.
Also, in the week view you will be able to see Activities vs. Workouts (Actual vs. Plan) of what the athlete did.
Last but not lease there is also a Feeling chart that shows athlete "soft" information in familiar line chart.
Month view, shows hours, miles and calories (similar to week view) with a split for each activity and a period of six weeks with KPIs below showing totals.
Just below there is a familiar duration bar chart showing totals for each day by discipline.
Last but not least there are two indicators charts. Time and Number indicators (the one that a coach sets in the Methodology section).