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One of the first things I noticed upon logging in is that the app is professionally set up and easy to navigate. You can sort by upcoming classes or previously recorded ones and filter results by instructor, type of class, music genre, class length, etc. if you wish. Then you can click on a class and see the description along with its overall rating including the difficulty rating, playlist, and times for each part of the workout (warmup, cycling, cool down).


Most cycling workout apps are designed around your FTP (functional power threshold), which is basically the fastest pace / highest wattage that you can maintain during a one hour time trial. The Sufferfest takes it further with their 4DP system that measures your FTP along with your maximum 5 second power, 1 minute power and 5 minute power.


Like with Zwift and The Sufferfest, TrainerRoad lets you choose a workout plan so that you can specifically train for a cycling event, whether that is a mountain bike race, criterium, gran fondo or road race. If you follow the plan, you will certainly see significant fitness gains over time.


This topic has been on my mind for months; I have a Keiser M3 stationary bike that I have had for a number of years and I have wanted to use it for ZWIFT etc but it is my understanding that I would need to get a pedal based power meter such as Favero Assioma Pedals. My question is has anyone converted a non smart trainer to be used with these new indoor cycling apps Your assistance is appreciated! Thanks.


The market for streaming cycling and bike training apps has exploded in the past three years. A worldwide pandemic in 2020 only reminded people how important it was to be able to get a good workout without leaving home, a trend we expect to increase in 2021 and beyond. With increases in bandwidth speeds across the world, and the steady growth of smart bike trainers, the combination of smart bike trainers and streaming training apps is poised to become the new norm in cycling training.


While there are probably 15 decent streaming options for people who want to get good indoor bike workouts on smart trainers, we chose the four that we are seeing the most, and compared them to each other: Zwift, Sufferfest, TrainerRoad, and Peloton. All four are heavy-hitters in the world of indoor smart cycling.


Call me a purist, but sometimes I just want a good, regimented workout streamed my way, and Sufferfest does that. Sufferfest is, undoubtedly, another superstar of the cycling and triathlon training apps. The company was founded back around 2008 and started by offering cycling training videos, developing a good reputation. Later on, in 2014, Sufferfest has launched its app. We think that when it comes to structured bike workouts, Sufferfest beats Zwift.


Best For: Cyclists looking for a training app that offers much more than training videos, such an cycling-centric yoga workouts. Plus, great for those who love watching real-world, old races or routes, and or who are not as focused on competing with fellow riders. Also great for people with spotty internet connections, because after downloading the initial videos to the app, you can do much of the riding without being connected if need be.


Peloton is compatible with iOS devices and lets users choose a specific goal and chase it down by offering a combo of cycling, running, boot camp, outdoor, and strength workouts. There are over 10,000 boutique classes available and their library is continuously growing. The live and on-demand studio classes are taught by expert NYC instructors which makes the entire indoor working out experience fun, personal, and customized to your specific needs and requirements. The classes can be selected based on various criteria: length (from 10 to 120 minutes long), type (beginner, low impact, rhythm, live DJ, theme, metrics, climb, intervals, heart rate zone, power zone, and pro cyclist), and music genre (alternative, classic rock, country, electronic, hip hop, indie, pop, R&B and rock). You can also choose from different cycle instructors.


Funny, out of all of these tools, nothing is better at putting structure into both indoor AND outdoor rides than trainerroad. My workout plan that trainerroad creates allowed me the flexibility to do the workout inside, it to transfer it to my head unit and do the same workout outside.


With great music pumping and the group cycling as one, your instructor takes you on a journey of hill climbs, sprints and flat riding. In an RPM workout you repeatedly rotate the pedals to reach your cardio peak then ease back down, keeping pace with the pack to lift your personal performance and boost your cardio fitness. 153554b96e






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