Our next release is going to be a big one, as we’re incorporating threshold improvement notifications onto TrainingPeaks. In another upcoming release, we’ll also be improving our Print View feature for nutrition tracking and planning. Learn how about how threshold improvement notifications will help you get more out of TrainingPeaks, and how to enable or disable this optional feature as a coach or athlete.
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Using a power meter in an Ironman triathlon is almost like cheating. While others are trying to gauge intensity through a cloudy veil of emotion, which makes perceived exertion and even heart rate nearly useless, the athlete with a power meter is focused on a number that, if maintained with only slight variations, will produce an optimal bike split.
This spring, we added the ability to model your PMC out into the future. However, this introduced a new problem - how to treat "Today" on the PMC. After a couple different approaches, we've ultimately settled on how Today will be treated based on user feedback.
This Quick Guide will help you set your training zones using heart rate, power, and pace. You will learn how to get the intensity of your workouts dialed in for your heart rate monitor, power meter, and runner’s speed and distance device such as a GPS or accelerometer. Swimming pace is also described here.
Jeff Vicario of TrainingBible Coaching explains how you can use Chronic Training Load in the Performance Management Chart to make sure you're building fitness at the right rate up until your "A" race.