In this article, we will cover the difference between template plans and individual plans. To keep things simple we suggest using template plans for large groups and athletes that do not require highly specialized plans. Individual plans are best suited for athletes that require highly customizable and specialized cognitive training plans that may need to be edited over the course of the mesocycle to meet their cognitive and physical needs.

Template Plans

Template plans are designed for coaches, clubs, teams or agents to add athletes to the template plan and let the athlete run the course of the plan until complete.


Template plans save time as once the athlete has been added to the plan they just need to follow it.


Template Plan Tips

  • Ensure you have made clear notes for your athletes to follow.

  • Turn on the auto baseline feature so that once the athlete has repeated their baseline test it is automatically calculated and sent to their device.

  • Make sure you have periodized the plan with enough cognitive load.

  • Include a maximum of 12 cognitive tasks per training plan.

⛔️ It is possible to move an athlete from a template plan to an individual plan but please be aware this will only duplicate,

  • Cognitive tasks

  • Plan structure

  • Intensity and duration of tasks

  • Modes applied to tasks

⚠️ Progress from a template plan cannot be transferred.

⚠️ If you choose to edit a live template plan with users added to it all users will receive the update.

⚠️ Editing already completed sessions will overwrite any existing data. We suggest ONLY editing incomplete sessions.

🔗 How to Customise a Template Plan for an Individual Athlete

Individual Plans

Individual plans are designed for coaches, clubs, teams or agents that want to create highly customizable cognitive training plans.

Individual plans are highly specific to that individual athlete and can easily be edited anytime to manipulate the cognitive load.


Individual Plan Tips

  • Ensure you have made clear notes for your athlete to follow.

  • Turn on the auto baseline feature so that once the athlete has repeated their baseline test it is automatically calculated and sent to their device.

  • Turn on MoM mode to monitor the athlete's cognitive and physiological breaking points.

  • Make sure you have periodized the plan with enough cognitive load.

  • Include a maximum of 12 cognitive tasks per training plan.

⚠️ Editing already completed sessions will overwrite any existing data. We suggest ONLY editing incomplete sessions.

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