Rainy Days on TrainerDay
Most apps are designed for winter training. We created the TrainerDay app so you can affordably train on rainy days too.
It’s Unlike Any Other Training App
Just like the great outdoors, it’s fully optimized to ride by feel.
10-seconds from app being closed to start your warmup. It’s the fastest app in the west. Training is as much an art as a science. You need to find what keeps you healthy, happy and motivated. Time constraints play a major role. Don’t waste a minute.
What about those rainy days?
You use Zwift or XYZ in the winter. When the weather gets nice, who wants to pay high monthly subscriptions? With our low cost annual rate, you can justify just having this app for those other 8+ months that you might only ride it a few times each month. Our prediction is you will like it so much you use it year round. 🙂
Because today is a rainy day, you might not have a training session planned that is ideal for indoors. The TrainerDay app works so you can just hop on and start your warmup. Then pick your workout and it will append itself to your current warmup for a single longer ride with a better quality warmup.
Open Sharing and Reusable
Our workouts and plans are all open, even the private ones. You can share them with whoever you want. We will continue to improve the shareability of our plans and workouts.
Our plans are also reusable and easily changed and used again, and again. This 12-week block might be sweet-spot and you might try a polarized plan for your next training block. Super time crunch. You might need to slip in the 22-minute HIIT Tabata workouts. The plan worked? Well, tweak it and save it for next year.
Our Bells & Whistles plan
gives you everything...
Setup and Ride (2:30-minute video)
Are you strange? Watch this. See dynamic training in action (3-minute video)
Set the app up to start your training in 6-seconds (58-second video)
How to use a Training Plan in our App
With the Bells and Whistles Plan, you can also use any of our plans in the app.
Most riders are time crunched and need to adjust their schedules. Treating a plan as a sequence of workouts rather than something to do on exact days makes managing your plan significantly simpler. Just review your history and find your next workout. It takes about 10-seconds. You might even remember the last workout you did, so it’s even faster.