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We have designed TrainerDay software to make creating and sharing cycling training plans simple. You will probably want to use other apps/software or even on paper to manage your plans. Here is a simple article on how-to search and use our plans.
Software for using our plans
Here is a small video showing how to use our training plans with TP. There is a free method now and in January we will have a much simpler way to transfer a plan to TP. Once in TP you can have your workouts automatically synced to many apps such as Zwift, Garmin or your Wahoo device. Many more destinations available.
Download the plan. Unzip it. Drag and drop the plan folder into your Zwift folder. Watch the video.
Download the plan. Unzip it. Drag and drop the plan folder into TrainerRoad’s Workout creator software. Watch the video.
Google Calendar (Plus software like TrainingPeaks)
Download the plan. Unzip it. Open the CSV file in excel or google sheets and rename to columns. Save it and import into google calendar. Watch the video.
Other Calendars or TO-DO lists
If you do a google search, I am sure you can learn how to import a CSV file into your calendar or software of choice. If not, I suggest just manually copying the workouts. For most people I would also recommend just copying one week at a time. This helps from having to move a large amount of workouts when plans change. Really this should take 5 to 10 minutes per week.
Although it is not designed for this you can use TrainerDay to follow your plan. Here we show you how to do it with the free version of TrainingPeaks.
Old School - Paper and Pencil
Well, pencil might be hard for some of you but writing things down by hand can provide hidden benefits although your printer is likely easier. You could open the CSV in excel/google sheets and print it or just copy and paste into Microsoft Word or similar and print it out. This really can be very effective especially if you want to follow these plans outside, not on the trainer.