System update – September 2016

21 September 2016

We have just released some enhancements to Today’s Plan and want to share these changes with you. In summary they are: Adjusted Power displayed on the Ride Graph Improved FitBit integration Simplified time zone operation SMO2 support for ‘FIT 2.0’ files Improvements to enhanced files search Adjusted Power displayed on the ‘Ride Graph’ You can […]

Tour de France winners, Team Sky, chooses Australian tech company to stay ahead of their competition

15 September 2016

Today’s Plan will enable Team Sky’s specialist staff to leverage and continue to develop their own specific sports science, nutrition, training prescription and data analysis methodologies Canberra, Australia – 15 September 2016 – Team Sky have announced a new technology partnership with Australian startup, Today’s Plan, who have developed an advanced Analytics and Training System […]

Using the Load and Performance Chart: A pattern of success

9 September 2016

The Load and Performance chart can provide a powerful method for tracking your fitness and monitoring your fatigue and can provide a great insight into your progress. The key to successfully utilising the Load and Performance chart is understanding exactly what it is displaying, what other functions it can have and then how to use […]

Ryder Hesjedal season review using Performance Index

5 September 2016

Dr Daniel Green is the head of Sport Science for the Trek Segafredo professional cycling team, and in conjunction with Today’s Plan has developed the Performance Index. Throughout 2016 he has coached Ryder Hesjedal, and has used the Performance Index to ensure Ryder has been peaking at the right points of the season. As you […]

Performance Index – an easy new way for power meter users to track their performance

20 July 2016

New algorithm developed in conjunction with the head of sports science at Trek-Segafredo Canberra, Australia – 20 July 2016 – Today’s Plan is pleased to announce the Performance Index, a new algorithm that makes it very easy for cyclists with a power meter to track their form and see their relative strengths and weaknesses. The Performance […]

Stages Cycling & Today’s Plan Announce Technology Partnership to Shape the Future of Cycling Training

21 June 2016

Boulder, CO – 21 June 2016 — Leading power meter manufacturer, Stages Cycling, has established a technology partnership with Today’s Plan an emerging web-based training & analytics company. The partnership will see the creation of a Stages Cycling training and data analysis platform. This new online system allows Stages Cycling to create specific training programs, […]

Coming soon! Export your upcoming workouts to Zwift!

7 June 2016

Exciting news! Coming very soon will be the ability to export your Today’s Plan workouts to the popular virtual ride platform, Zwift! In anticipation we’ve put together a little teaser session for you which you can download below (1 hour total ride time).

Stage 1- Port To Port MTB Stage Race

27 May 2016

An insight into returning to racing following injury from head coach of FTP training, Mark Fenner at this weeks Port to Port MTB race.

“That” climb: Grafton to Inverell (p)review

29 April 2016

The first event of the 2016 Australian National Road Series (NRS) is fast approaching with the iconic Grafton to Inverell to open the season on 7 May 2016. The Grafton to Inverell is a historic event in the calendar, and being 228 km in length with over 3000 metres of climbing, is one of two big one day classics in the Australian cycling calendar.

Analysis from the pack: the up-and-coming junior

18 March 2016

Welcome back to our 2nd edition of Analysis from the Pack, a regular segment where a Today’s Plan user or coach sends in an interesting ride file to be analysed by one of our staff to show how you can use some of the tools in the Today’s Plan platform to analyse your own performance. […]