We recap the results of following AI Endurance’s cycling training plan that saw FTP improvements according to AI Endurance’s predictions.
May 1, 2020
In this post, we discuss staying motivated when you’re not training for an event. Also we give an update on our training and give a status report on how AI Endurance’s performance predictions are stacking up against reality.
April 10, 2020
In this post, we explain how to use AI Endurance’s cycling training plan that we generated for Paris to Ancaster, Canada’s biggest gravel racing event. The plan includes detailed workout instructions. For indoor cycling, we show how to use AI Endurance with Trainerroad and Zwift.
March 5, 2020
Paris to Ancaster is the biggest gravel grinder bike race in Canada. It’s in 8 weeks and I need to get in shape. AI Endurance’s training plan which is optimized to my training responses predicts that I can increase my FTP by 14% to 293 Watts on race day with just 3.5 hours of training a week.
February 27, 2020
In this post, we give a short introduction to the running training zones and cycling training zones we use to structure your training. We use 5 training zones defined by pace for running activities and by power for cycling activities. AI Endurance calculates these zones for you individually based on your past training data.
February 5, 2020
AI Endurance has a built-in race predictor for your running and cycling performance. In this post, we discuss how you can use it to predict your pace for your next running race or your goal power for your next cycling event.
January 29, 2020
Sometimes it’s hard to stay motivated during the cold months with the next race still so far away. We’ll give you a few tips on how to stay motivated and stay fit until it gets warmer outside.
December 18, 2019