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Check your progress in 5 minutes

23 May 2018

The Today’s Plan dashboards form the basis of your overall analysis and assessment of how you are progressing with your chosen sport/s. There are options to suit those that are after a simple, clear, and concise view of their data right through to those wanting further in-depth detail and multiple configuration options. In this particular…

Today’s Plan Partners with Olympian and World Champion Triathlete Ben Kanute

17 May 2018

Canberra, Australia – 17 May 2018 Today’s Plan is excited to announce an official partnership with Olympian and World Champion triathlete Ben Kanute. Kanute is a 2016 Rio Olympian, Mixed Team Relay World Champion, Island House Invitational Triathlon Champion and earned a silver medal at the 70.3 World Championships in 2017. “Today’s Plan is thrilled…

New functionality in the Activity Graph

16 May 2018

The Activity Graph is one of the most powerful analysis tools on the platform and we now allow you to set it up as you like. You can eliminate any unnecessary data by using the configuration options. You can set these configurations up once and then this will apply to every file you open in…

Load tracking: How objective and subjective data can provide better insights

9 May 2018

Just how far can you push yourself before you fatigue and your training becomes ineffective and detrimental? This is a very broad question, and often hard to determine the exact answer but with our recent update we have delivered you multiple tools to track your training load, both subjectively and objectively, with the aim of…

Integration with iOS HealthFit app for Apple Watch users

2 May 2018

HealthFit is an iOS app that allows Apple Watch users to gather and sync all of their completed activities to Today’s Plan automatically in the background as FIT files, including cycling, running, swimming, walking and cross country skiing, just to name a few. HealthFit will export all the available workout data: Lengths and automatic sets…

Today’s Plan launches the next generation of training tools for triathlon coaches and athletes

1 May 2018

Canberra, Australia – 23 April 2018 Suitable for self coached athletes and coaching businesses, Today’s Plan brings the era of “big data” analytics to multisport. The platform combines extensive & customisable objective data from emerging sensor technologies with athletes’ subjective & wellness data to create a much more complete picture than traditional training platforms.  Launched…

Changes to Single Page Activity

12 April 2018

We have recently launched a major update to our platform which includes a number of new features as well as improving some of our existing functionality. Key highlights include the addition of more sports, updated activity view and a more powerful activity graph. As this was a major update we will be releasing multiple blog…

System update – April 2018

12 April 2018

New features & fixes General New look and feel on many of the input fields throughout the site Calendar New options for coaches in the calendar – including the ability to copy weeks between athletes involved in team camps or group programs. Improved daily and weekly training load calculations, with ability to set custom CTL…

Using heart rate variability in your training

9 January 2018

As discussed in our previous blog on HRV4Training, Today’s Plan is now integrated with HRV4Training’s app which allows users push their physiological data to Today’s Plan. Below Dr Marco Altini discusses how physiological data can be helpful in making adjustments and striking the right balance between lifestyle, training and recovery, eventually leading to better performance. HRV4Training The…

Integration with HRV4Training

21 December 2017

HRV4Training is used to measure your Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability reliably, without requiring any sensors. It is an app that can be downloaded and used to detect changes in blood volume during a cardiac cycle, by illuminating the skin and measuring changes in light absorption using the camera on your phone. As many HRV4Training users…