System update – January 2017

3 January 2017

Redesign calendar display An updated calendar layout with a revised design for daily activities. The colour code remains the same for an activity matching a workout, just in a clearer layout on the calendar. Red: Outside ± 35% of the scheduled workout duration Orange: Between ± 15% and ± 35% of the scheduled workout duration Green:  Inside […]

Today’s Plan Ecosystem

16 December 2016

In our wonderful two-wheeled world there are ever more ways to create, capture and visualise data. At Today’s Plan we know that integration with these other platforms makes the entire cycling experience more enjoyable for everyone. See below for just how Today’s Plan is currently integrated within the cycling and data ecosystem and how you […]

System update – December 2016

8 December 2016

Our development team have been hard at work to bring you some great new features in time for Christmas. See below for a quick summary on what’s available. As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line on our support email and one of our team will be in touch as […]

Whiplash and concertina effect in cycling and the importance of bunch positioning!

14 November 2016

We’d like to present to you an inadvertent case study of two riders who recently competed in a local criterium to highlight in raw numbers, the importance of bunch positioning in any bike race and explain the concepts behind these results. In this case study we look at the race file of 2 riders (Rider A […]

Winter miles = Summer smiles!

8 November 2016

In the Northern Hemisphere the deep freeze is approaching and the days are getting shorter meaning your training is going to need to adapt in order to ensure you maintain your fitness and are able to attack your next season of racing or training goals.

Criterium season is here: time to challenge yourself a little differently!

4 November 2016

With Sumer on the doorstep of our Southern Hemisphere customers, the criterium season is ramping up with local twilight events becoming a mainstay on our weekly calendars. If you’re not familiar with criterium racing (or “crits” for short), they are a lot of fun and provide a terrific workout for the rider. Crits involve short track […]

System update – November 2016

3 November 2016

Improved calendar functionality Fitbit users can now view daily sleep, resting heart rate and step count directly on the calendar View your recorded daily weight View your daily load metrics View your progress for various metrics at a glance with weekly trend lines COMING SOON: Manual input of daily resting heart rate and integration with […]

Setting a floor and ceiling on training load and its role in injury prevention

17 October 2016

Anyone who has been around the endurance sports world for long will understand that overtraining is a fast track to getting sick or injured. It is only logical that when we push our body repeatedly past the point of exhaustion and don’t provide it with adequate recovery then our body is going to break down […]

System update – October 2016

13 October 2016

New subjective ratings and wellness data There will now be six subjective ratings available on each day – independent of activities – on a scale of 1 to 9. For workouts and event specific ratings, the scale remains the same of 1 to 5. In addition to this the calendar day will now display the colour of […]

Displaying and analysing starred Strava™ segments in Today’s Plan

6 October 2016

For Strava™ premium users whose Garmin cycle computer marks the .fit file with Strava segments, you can now view these starred segments in the ride graph within Today’s Plan. To enable this feature, you must be a premium Strava user, where you can then search for and mark specific segments. For more information on how […]