TRAQ underwent noticeable changes in 2020, including the integration of EDGE, built-in biomechanics, and new tiers. Users might wonder about whether or not to upgrade or to add TRAQ to their Rapsodo Cloud subscription.
Read on as we walk you through the different tiers of TRAQ: Basic, S, and X.
The free version of TRAQ gives athletes and facilities with less than 20 athletes access to custom and base workout templates. Integrate with Blast, Diamond Kinetics, Pocket Radar, and Motus.
While a TRAQ Basic subscription offers many TRAQ features for free, it does not allow you the ability to integrate your Rapsodo data. You will want to either go with TRAQs or TRAQx.
Each of the two paid tiers, TRAQs and TRAQx, comes with Rapsodo integration and many other tech vendors you may use.
In addition to tech integrations, a TRAQs or TRAQx subscription allows much more customizability with your TRAQ facility, including the ability to have multiple trainer accounts and create custom Data Inputs and Assessments.
This ability allows you to use your current assessment and screening processes in TRAQ. You can build out any input you want to make sure you are collecting the data you want, in the form you want to collect it.
Utilize any of that data—along with any tech data in TRAQ—to create dashboards and goals for your athletes to empower them in their development. Use dashboards to show potential recruits tangible evidence of how your program utilizes data to maximize athlete development and how you can improve their career.
TRAQx introduces some of the biggest changes to TRAQ—EDGE tools. It has Driveline EDGE reporting built-in. Any facility can tap into Driveline’s R&D Department and give the same multi-page reports to their players that our athletes receive in-gym.
This means you can quickly and easily provide your athletes with world-class insights using the tech data already stored in an athlete’s profile.
With TRAQx, all the reports are included, with no limit to the number of reports you can generate.