Training aids

Discussion in 'Cycling Training' started by BPCycler, Jul 6, 2017.

  1. BPCycler

    BPCycler New Member

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    Does anyone use TrainingPeaks, SportTracks, VeloViewer, Golden Cheetah, Strava w/ Stravistix plugin or something similar for training analytics?
     
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  2. Power Meter City

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    Yes absolutely. These are very popular and widely used platforms - which are super informative if you want to start analyzing data...especially power data. It seems that our customers use TP the most...followed by GC...but that is not to take anything away from the others. I highly recommend picking one and start playing around with it. I know TP the most and am happy to answer any questions you might have...assuming I can :)
     
  3. swampy1970

    swampy1970 Well-Known Member

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    I've used Training Peaks (WKO+) for years but I think the last upgrade lost the plot somewhat. Golden Cheetah may be my next go to program.
     
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    I wish I could get the hang of GC. It's a little over my head.
     
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    dmortimer11 New Member

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    Training Peaks and check out VeloHero. VeloHero does a lot for either free or a very reasonable price. I've been using training peaks on and off for the past year and recently started taking it seriously. I really like its ability to bring together analysis for different activities (running, cycling, swimming).
     
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    trailgumby New Member

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    Training Peaks for me. I particularly like the Training Stress Score.
     
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