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(formerly known as Benchmark Predictor) predicts what the next OTF benchmark will be, based on benchmark date from the past. You can also scroll down to Historic Benchmark Dates, which will give you the dates of all historic OTF benchmark/signature workouts. 💡 The predictor looks better on your tablet, laptop & desktop. Upcoming Benchmark Projection Next benchmark is going to be 500m Row 🚣♀️ , on
For each benchmark, computes the # of days since the previous benchmark of the same type. For each benchmark type, computes the historic minimum, average, median & maximum, grouped by benchmark of the same type. Using today’s date, compute the # of days since the last benchmark of the same type. 🔥🔥🔥 — If the benchmark has been officially announced, or if the # of days is greater than historic 95th-percentile. 🔥🔥 — If the # of days is greater than historic average 🔥 — If the # of days is greater than historic 5th-percentile Either using the benchmark date reported by r/orangetheory’s monthly post, or taking the last benchmark date of the same type, and add the average of the historic average & median to project the date. If the projection is within this month, but it hasn’t been announced yet, projection will be pushed to the beginning of next month. With the exception of benchmark officially announced by OTF, due to the sparsity of benchmarks, we have yet to have sufficient data points to support any of the prediction. 😉 On a serious note, while the prediction might not be perfect, the data collected under the Benchmark Date 💿 section below can give you an idea on the # of days between each benchmark workout. ✅ Filter data by Benchmark Type:
Days SINCE previous benchmark of the same type
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🤓 : Exports your in-studio workout data as CSV. : Motivational quotes from OTF — ‘cuz we all need that extra push from time to time Leave a comment on , or Twitter (). P.S. In case it isn't obvious, the predictor is meant to be just for fun. 😂
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