How to Onboard Athletes To Your PWR Lab Team Account

This tutorial explains how to login to a new team account and navigate through adding athletes and using the platform to help manage athletes' health.

New Team Account

PWR Lab is a great tool to help manage athletes’ training load and health. Temporary login credentials will be provided to begin using the account as the team admin. The first order of business is to change the temporary password to something more secure, and upload your personal data (if you track your own running).

Adding Athletes To Your Team

Once the personal profile has been set up, or this step has been skipped, athletes can be added to the team. To add athletes to a team account, navigate to the profile page and scroll down to the section heading “Register Your Athletes”. Send this link to your athletes so they can register to be part of the team. 

Athlete Registration

As an athlete, onboarding is super simple! Be sure to complete the registration process from a browser rather than the mobile app. Simply follow the link sent from your Physical Therapist or coach, create and update your profile, and link a device. 

Navigating Your Team Account

Once athletes have joined the team account, they will show up in the “Team” page view. This view offers a summary of athletes’ overall training and health at a glance. Team summaries can be viewed over a week, month, or three month period.

Select an athlete’s name to see their analysis page or training calendar. From the training calendar, past workouts and daily check in notes can be viewed, and future workouts can be built.

New to PWR Lab?

PWR Lab decodes your masses of second-by-second training data and visualizes the insights that matter most. Athletes in motion use PWR Lab to track workload, monitor risk factors, learn about stride characteristics, and forecast future races & workouts. Sign up for a free trial today and experience firsthand how easy it is to predict risk, prevent injury, and perform optimally.
Megan Eckert
About Megan Eckert

Megan is a psychology student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an up-and-coming distance runner. She won her age group in her debut race (a hilly 50k trail run), and proceeded to place as the second woman overall in her next race (a 12-hour race through the slush and mud). Megan has a passion for running, hiking, surfing, and nature in general, as well as a growing curiosity for data