Got KPI?

Simply put, a KPI (Key Performance Indicator) score, which has historically been implemented within other fields, fundamentally tracks measurable performance/s. However, RPE1’s KPI score primarily focuses, at present, on the individual athlete/s comprehensive performance/s, where variables such as the athlete’s total, squat, bench and deadlift amount, are effectively compared both individually (i.e., athlete’s past performance/s) and systematically as a group (i.e., all recorded historic performances within the respective weight class). Additionally, the athlete’s success rates (reliability) pertaining to all three individual disciplines (squat, bench press, and deadlift) are systematically weighed, which ultimately provides an ascribed KPI (Key Performance Indicator) score for the athlete/s. Such a score can be taken as a significant indicator of the athlete/s performance throughout the season and/or meet performance. For example, a score of 100% means the athlete is individually performing at his/her most optimal. At present, the margin of error stands between ±7% - ±10%.