TrainingPeaks represents TSB (Form) in yellow font and the yellow line (in the Performance Management Chart) through the TrainingPeaks ecosystem.
What is TSB (Form)
Training Stress Balance (Form) represents the difference in the balance of training stress. TSB provides a measure of how much an athlete trained recently (ATL), compared with how much an athlete trained historically (CTL). TrainingPeaks calculates TSB by subtracting yesterday's Fatigue from yesterday's Fitness. Form (TSB) = Yesterday's Fitness (CTL) - Yesterday's Fatigue (ATL). TSB is not as a predictor of performance but as a measure of how adapted an athlete is to their training load.
Form (TSB) = Yesterday's Fitness (CTL) - Yesterday's Fatigue (ATL)
- The TSB value for Today is calculated from the previous day's training, and your CTL and ATL values at the end of Today are used to calculate your TSB for the next day.
- A positive TSB number means that you are 'Fresh', or over-adapted to your current training load.
- A neutral or nearly neutral TSB number means that you are adapted to your current training load.
- A negative TSB number means you are not adapted to a training load.
How do I find my TSB (Web app)
On the Workout Card
On the Weekly Summary
On Athlete Home
On the Dashboard Chart
On Coach Home (TrainingPeaks Coach Account Only)
How do I find my TSB (Mobile app)