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Your Overall Fitness Level is a relative measure of Fitness, meaning it compares your performance to the rest of the community. A Fitness Level of 77 means you are more Fit than roughly 77% of the community. As athletes everywhere continue to improve, it will become harder and harder to stay in front of the curve.
Your Overall Fitness Level is determined by averaging your performance across 8 different categories. For each of these categories you will receive a Category Level.
The categories include Power Lifts and Olympic Lifts, which are determined by your average levels of those respective lifts. The Speed category looks at your average levels for Shorter Runs and Rows (100m to 1000m), while the Endurance category looks at Longer Runs and Rows (1000m to 10km). There are also four Conditioning/MetCon Categories. We have divided Benchmark workouts and other popular workouts into four different categories. The first three include Bodyweight, Light, and Heavy workouts, all 20 minutes and under. The Long category includes workouts where the average time to completion is greater than 20 minutes. By combining your levels in these 8 categories, we get a very broad measure of your overall Fitness.
We rate all Fitness Levels with High, Moderate, or Low confidence. Each Fitness Level Category has a list of workouts that will count towards that category.
You must do these workouts as Rx'd, without modification or scaling, to get credit toward your Fitness Level. The more qualified workout results we have for you,
the more confident we are that the displayed Fitness Level will represent your true Fitness Level. If you have Categories with no qualified results, or very few,
that will give you a lower Confidence Rating, and your displayed Fitness Level will likely be far from its true value.
To improve your Confidence Rating, and the accuracy of your Fitness Levels, all you need to do is log more results for qualified workouts. The Confidence Rating for
your Overall Fitness Level is based on the ratings of each of the eight Fitness Level Categories, so you can improve that rating by improving some of your category ratings.
You can find a list of qualified workouts for each Fitness Level Category by clicking on the Category Name on the "Analyze: Fitness Level" page.