What’s New with TrainingPeaks: Feature Updates

What’s New with TrainingPeaks: Feature Updates

Stay up to date with the most recent features that have been added to the TrainingPeaks ecosystem of products.

Below are the latest features and updates that we have made to TrainingPeaks products. If you don’t see a feature listed below, please check our release notes for more details. If you have a feature you would like to suggest, submit your feedback here. You can also keep up to date with the latest features we’ve added to WKO4.

February 20th, 2019

  • Fixed an issue where elevation correction wasn’t working in some specific cases
  • Other performance enhancements to speed up loading time for some views

February 13th, 2019

  • Fixed an issue where a new athlete group or new workout library could not be created and existing workout libraries couldn’t be renamed.
  • Improved speed and performance of switching between the Calendar, Home, and Dashboard views for coaches
  • Fixed an issue where MTB workouts were displaying the “Bike” icon in the workout library.

February 6th, 2019

  • Fixed an issue where editing a workout title and then opening the analyze view caused the title to not save
  • Minor visual and wording improvements

January 30th, 2019

  • Minor bug fixes and enhancements

January 23rd, 2019

  • Visual updates to the “How did you feel?” faces. The neutral face is less sad now.

January 16th, 2019

  • Minor bug fixes and enhancements

January 9th, 2019

  • Minor bug fixes and enhancements

January 3rd, 2019

  • Minor bug fixes and enhancements

December 19th, 2018

  • The Normalized Graded Pace calculation has been updated to be more accurate, handle a wider range of gradients, and take advantage of the recording abilities of newer GPS devices.

Resolved issues

  • Workouts comments were disappearing when entering subjective feedback (smiley face or perceived exertion) in some cases
  • Adding a chart to your Dashboard didn’t look like it worked when it did, and sometimes it didn’t work at all
  • Edits to planned workouts sometimes weren’t saving during high traffic
  • The planned values (duration and TSS) were contributing to the weekly summary and Performance Management chart – now they are truly hidden.

December 12th, 2018

  • Behind the scenes work to make it easier for you to get in the zone

December 5th, 2018

Resolved issues

  • Tagging a workout made the entire tagging interface hide and you had to go seek it out again by refreshing your browser
  • Workout calendar tile and Quickview menus were blank in Training Plans
  • Minor visual issues

November 28th, 2018

  • Nothing visible this week but plenty of behind the scenes work to make TrainingPeaks faster, prettier, and easier to use.

November 21st, 2018

  • New Feature and bug fixing rest week while we overload our glycogen stores with pie and turkey.

November 14th, 2018

New Features

  • The Fitbit activity and body composition sync is out of beta and officially live. Find out more about how to connect your Fitbit with your TrainingPeaks account here.

November 7th, 2018

  • Minor bug fixes.

October 30th, 2018

  • Updating “today’s” workout in a dynamic plan now updates that workout on all the athlete’s calendars who are using that plan.

October 24th, 2018

Resolved issues

  • If you removed a data channel from a workout the laps were being deleted with it. Now, you can delete a data channel and the laps will be spared.
  • In some cases the notes in a structured workout were obscuring other details, now you can see everything.
  • Switching a workout from “Bike” to “MTB” didn’t recalculate TSS if you had separate thresholds for each

September 26th, 2018

Workout library improvement for Coaches and athletes!

  • “Recents” – see up to 10 of your most recently used workouts
  • Improved filter – the filter menu now includes sliders to filter your workouts in your library by distance, duration, and TSS.

September 19th, 2018

  • Fixed an issue where a training plan shared by a coach to another coach lead to an error. Sharing is caring so we don’t want to stop you.
  • Minor visual improvements

September 12th, 2018

  • Coaches can now switch which athlete’s calendar they are view by clicking on the athlete’s name above the calendar instead of opening the athlete library.

August 29th, 2018

  • Minor bug fixes and visual improvements

August 22th, 2018

  • Missed workouts are red
  • Unplanned workouts are grey
  • Now the dots on Coach Home
  • Show these correctly on the day
  • (Missed workouts were showing as grey on the Coach Home dots)

August 15th, 2018

  • Bug fixes and visual improvements

August 7th, 2018

New Features

  • You can now track subjective feedback for each workout. Tracking Perceived Exertion and how you felt during the workout can help you or your coach gain valuable insight into your current training. Find out more here.

Issue Resolved

  • Pairing planned and completed workouts was working correctly but it didn’t look like it – now it looks right and works right
  • Minor bug fixes and visual improvements

July 31st, 2018

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes minor visual improvements

July 25th, 2018

New Features

  • Improvements to the new workout cards for dual calendar and compact view mode
  • Improvements to Structured Workouts that are used in Zwift (warmup blocks and interval repeats now match the native Zwift warmup and intervals).

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes and performance improvements

July 18th, 2018

New Features

  • Minor improvements to Coach account management experience and flow

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes and performance improvements

July 11th, 2018

New Features

New Workout Card Appearance

  • New compliance colors to distinguish between workouts that are very over/under plan (Orange) or missed completely (Red)
  • New symbols indicate what value compliance is based on (duration/distance/TSS) and whether the value was over or under.

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes

June 27th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week – but some final tweaks to some big visual improvements coming out soon

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes

June 20th, 2018

New Features

  • The Free Premium Trial is now 14 days instead of 7, that’s close to twice as much Free stuff

Issue Resolved

  • Minor visual issues

June 13th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week.

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes

June 6th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes

May 30th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • Minor bug fixes

May 23th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • In some cases users were receiving notifications that their running pace threshold needed to be lowered

May 16th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

May 9th, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • Resolved an issue that was causing the expanded workout view to freeze in some instances. No more need to fear paralysis of analysis.

May 2nd, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • The sport type icon wasn’t match the sport type when using Internet Explorer. You don’t need oars to ride your bike and now you won’t see them either.

May 2nd, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • The sport type icon wasn’t match the sport type when using Internet Explorer. You don’t need oars to ride your bike and now you won’t see them either.

April 25, 2018

New Features

  • None this week

Issue Resolved

  • The “Fix” feature in the Expanded workout view Horizontal Graph wasn’t working, now it’s fixed.

April 18th, 2018

New Features

  • New interface for adding Events

Issue Resolved

  • Recalculating a workout wasn’t updating Time in zones information
  • Minor bug fixes and visual improvement

April 11th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

April 4th, 2018

  • You can now see Today’s Training on the Home tab on the Mobile app

March 28th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

March 20th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

March 14th, 2018

Huge update to the Workout builder

  • You can now set a target intensity range instead of a single value
  • You can now set a secondary cadence target for each block


You can now set open-ended steps that will end when you press the lap button on your device

March 7th, 2018

  • RPE based structured workouts can now be exported as .fit files and to Zwift

February 28th, 2018

New Features

  • Coming Soon

Issues Resolved

  • The Power Profile Dashboard chart no longer includes running power data

February 22nd, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

February 14th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

February 7th, 2018

  • Announcing Athlete Home on Mobile!
  • Quickly assess your current fitness, fatigue, and form and gain insights into recent trends.
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

January 31st, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

January 24th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

January 17th, 2018

  • Visual improvements to the Peak Performances comparison window
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

January 11th, 2018

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

January 4th, 2018

    • Planning a workout by distance with the Workout Builder will now calculate duration and TSS (note: thresholds must be set for proper pace)
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

December 20th

    • General bug squashes and performance improvements
  • Last release for 2017… see you next year!

December 13th

    • The Workout Builder will now remember your preferences based for each sport (i.e. distance for swim, duration for cycling, etc.)
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

November 8th

    • You can now easily pair and unpair you planned and completed workouts without downloading the workout file. Find out more here.
  • Your most recent 5 Peak Performances now show on Athlete Home.

October 26th, 2017

  • You can now use emojis in your pre- and post-activity workout comments.

October 18th, 2017

  • You can now see a list of your Peak Performances on the website the same way that you can on the mobile app. Click “Compare” next to the Peak listed in the expanded workout view to view all of your Peak Performances.

September 27, 2017

  • You can now click on a Peak Performance in the workout quick view and it will open the expanded workout view with that peak highlighted to show you where it occurred in the workout. You will also see how many new Peak Performances of each type (power, heart rate, or pace) you achieved in the expanded workout view.
  • Group coaches can now better manage their assistant coaches and their assistant coaches’ athletes. You can find out more about managing your assistant coaches here.
  • Improve workflow for leaving comments in the iOS app. (Android update coming soon).

September 19, 2017

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

September 12, 2017

  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

September 7, 2017

  • Removed decimals from Performance Management Chart metrics (Fitness, Fatigue, Form)
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

August 30th, 2017

  • Introducing Peak Performances! A new way to track your progress towards your goal on mobile and web. Receive peak performance medals for new peak power, heart rate, or run pace.


  • More enhancements to the new athlete management page
  • General bug squashes and performance improvements

August 23rd, 2017

  • Improved athlete management page for coaches. Quickly see what account types athletes have and which accounts you are paying for.

August 10th, 2017

  • Bug fixes and crash fixes
  • On mobile, TSS is now displayed as a whole number, along with Fitness, Fatigue and Form and ramp rates.

August 3rd, 2017

  • Workouts added to, or edited “today”, will now show up in dynamic plans
  • Added “Strength” sport type to .fit parser for workouts uploaded as strength
  • General performance improvements and bug squashes

July 19th, 2017

  • New USAT Cycling Power Zones and Running pace zones
  • Deleting a file will now remove the summary information
  • Changing sport types will automatically recalculate metrics
  • Updated the “add athlete” process for coaches to make it more intuitive

July 12th, 2017

  • Coaches can now see training plans that are applied to their athletes
  • The notification center in the web app will now “count down” as unread notifications are marked read.
  • New USAT cycling and running heart rate zones

June 28th, 2017

  • Athletes and Coaches can now upgrade a new athlete account to premium during the trial period
  • General performance improvements and bug squashes

June 21st, 2017

  • Coaches can now choose their default view upon login.
  • Athlete’s now informed when coaching request is accepted.
  • Coaches will now be notified when an athlete is attached to their account.

June 14th, 2017

This week’s release brings some improvements to the process for attaching an athlete to a coach.

  • Coaches will now receive a notification that a new athlete has been successfully attached to their coach account.  A numbered red circle will appear on the athlete library icon to indicate that there are new athlete in the athlete library. When the library is opened a blue dot will appear next to an athlete’s profile picture to indicate that there are new athletes in the athlete library.
  • Coaches no longer need to confirm an athlete attachment after sending an invite link – when the athlete clicks the link they will be immediately connected to the coach’s account.

June 7th, 2017

This week’s release brings some improvements to ‘Last Planned Workout’ functionality and the Race Report chart.

  • ‘Day off’ no longer counts as a last planned workout.
  • Changed Race Report styling to make clicking more discoverable.
  • Head coaches can now load their assistants’ groups.
  • Other general bug fixes and performance improvements.

May 31st, 2017

  • Clicking Peak Performances in the Fitness History chart will now take you to the workout where the peak was set.
  • Coaches can now view their assistant coach’s groups.
  • Made add athlete and add group more discoverable.
  • Other general bug fixes and performance improvements.

May 24th, 2017

Announcing the new Home view for coaches! An easy way for coaches to answer the question, “who needs my attention?” Learn more.

  • New bike and run heart rate zones from USAT.
  • Other general bug fixes and performance improvements.

May 17th, 2017

By popular request, we have added the ability to manually select your Training Stress Score calculation based on the channels available.

  • Use the arrow next to the TSS score to recalculate the TSS based on the available channels.


May 9th, 2017

This week’s release includes the ability to click on a race in the race report chart to view the race data.

  • Click on a race in the race report to view the corresponding data.

  • Higher contrast in the scatterplot chart when 2 intervals selected.

May 3rd, 2017

  • Several bug fixes and performance improvements

April 26, 2017

  • Share a workout library to multiple people at once
  • General bug fixes and performance improvements

April 19, 2017

This week we introduced the Workout Overlay, a new way to quickly see how you (or your athlete) performed their workout compared to the plan.

  • Workout Overlay
  • General bug fixes and performance improvements

April 5, 2017

  • Athletes can set the default view they see upon login
  • Receive a warning in the Workout Quickview for negative metrics
  • General bug fixes and performance improvements

March 29, 2017

  • Workout attachments can now be viewed in the workout library
  • Minor bug fixes and performance improvements

March 23rd, 2017

This week we launched new training plan profiles with the following new features:

  • A new modernized layout, focused on allowing the user to determine quickly whether or not the plan will be right for them, including an “At-A-Glance” overview, the ability to dive deeper into the description, see sample workouts and author information (provided the training plan coach has a published TrainingPeaks profile)
  • New charts to show average weekly workout duration
  • New bar chart for weekly duration/distance, along with the addition of TSS if it’s planned (workout builder workouts)
  • Sample workouts show first seven planned workouts by day (rather than workout 1, 2, etc …)
  • “Author Information” tab gives athlete the opportunity to learn more about the author and view all of their other published training plans

March 15th, 2017

  • Added option to sync last 90 days of Garmin data
  • Minor bug fixes and performance improvements

March 7th, 2017

This week’s release includes an update to the default qualitative metrics, minor bug fixes and performance improvements:

    • Default metrics will now include Weight, Sleep Hours, Sleep Quality, Fatigue, Soreness, Stress, Yesterday’s Training, Overall Feeling, Sickness and Injury
    • Fixed an issue with the zones overlay not displaying in the graph
  • Distance and TSS will be displayed on workouts in the feed in Athlete Home

March 1st, 2017

This week brings a lot of minor updates and fixes as well as some popular requests:

    • Retired equipment will no longer be visible in workout equipment selection
    • Retiring API, Device Agent and WKO 3 will no longer be supported
    • Add planned distance and TSS to workouts on athlete home
  • Minor bug fixes

February 14th, 2017

You asked for it and we listened!

  • In the structured workout builder units can now be ‘mixed’ i.e. you can build a swim with a distance based active interval and a time based rest interval
  • ’My Athletes’ will now count as a group and can be loaded like any other group

January 11th, 2017

This week’s release includes the ability to export structured workouts!

  • Export a structured workout created from the workout builder for use on compatible devices and training apps
  • New filtering options added to workout library to help identify structured workouts
  • Convert structured workouts from one intensity type to another

Learn more about supported file formats, compatible devices and import instructions here.


January 4th, 2017

Happy New Year! A new year brings a new map option, improved workout syncing and an improved week summary!

  • Mapbox added as a map option for Premium users and replaces Google Maps for free Basic users.
  • Improved Workout Syncing – When pairing completed workouts with planned workouts we will now look at date, workout type and time of day/order on the day.
  • Predicted Fitness (CTL), Fatigue (ATL), and Form (TSB) added to the week summary and to the quickview.improved-week-summary
  • Improved Workout Builder TSS Calculatorimproved-TSS-calculator

December 21st, 2016

This week brings some big improvements to the Training Plan Store search, making it easier to find the perfect plan to meet your goals.

  • Improved plan selection experience. Narrow results through sport type, weeks and hours.
  • Improved keyword search and sorting.


December 7th, 2016

This week we made some minor bug fixes and enhancements to Workout Builder and our TrainingPeaks training plans, along with a new build for WKO4.

Workout Builder

  • Shortest interval is now 5 seconds
  • Added an ‘X’ to the Workout Builder form which will allow you to remove very short intervals where the ‘X’ was hidden in the builder.feature-update-december
  • When a structured workout is completed it will retain the zones upon the time of completion for historical reference

Training Plans

  • Coaches can now unapply shared plans from their athletes
  • When adding a training plan to the TrainingPeaks store choosing a category is now mandatory
  • Plans for sale in the TrainingPeaks store must have a price of $4.95 or more (plans can be discounted through the use of coupon codes)


  • The Laps and Splits chart header stays fixed while scrolling.

November 20, 2016

This week we released some minor bug fixes as well as some enhancements to the workout builder and the Annual Training Plan.

  • Clicking on a block in an interval in the Workout Builder will highlight corresponding interval in the form below for quicker editing
  • Scroll the workout quickview and the builder form separately for greater control when building workouts.
  • ATP limiters added to the ATPs using weekly TSS or target CTL

November 16, 2016

Introducing the TrainingPeaks Workout Builder! The Workout Builder allows coaches and premium athletes to build structured workouts with intervals based on percentage of threshold power, pace, heart rate, or event RPE. Building a workout in this way will not only calculate the duration of the workout but the Training Stress Score as well.

trainingpeaks workout builder feature update

November 2, 2016

This week we have made some small changes that will have a big impact on your overall user experience as well as save you time.

  • Descriptions of workouts in your library will now be visible when you hover over them.

TrainingPeaks Feature Updates

  • If you were attached to a coach and that coach applied a training plan to you, that plan will now be visible in your library once if you detach from that coach.
  • ATP Event Types will now be limited to the Event Type chosen. (i.e. if you select ‘Road Running’ then ‘Bike – 100 miles will not be an option’

TrainingPeaks Feature Updates

  • Workouts can now be moved to a new library by dragging and dropping or from the drop down menu

TrainingPeaks Feature Updates

October 26, 2016

Season Planning with TSS

We have added the options to plan with average weekly Training Stress Score (TSS) or Event Target Fitness to the Annual Training Plan (ATP). Planning by either of these methods will allow future Fitness, Fatigue, and Form to be modeled in the Performance Manager Chart.

Learn more about this new feature, as well as how to plan your season with TSS, and why you should plan your season with TSS. You can also read more about the new annual planning methodologies.

Rename Workout Libraries and Move Workouts Between Libraries

You can now rename an existing workout library or move workouts between libraries. To rename a library click on it then select ‘rename’. To move a workout from one library to the other simply locate the workout you want to move and then click and drag it to the new library.

Rename Workout Libraries

September 28, 2016

There are several new updates for our iOS mobile app. We have added five new languages, more default charts, new notifications, a notifications center, and an improved workflow for adding workouts.

  • We have translated the app into German, Japanese, Portugese, Russian, and Spanish.
  • A new work flow for adding workouts using Floating Action Buttons.
  • New push and in app notifications and a notification center.
  • New default charts based on sport type.

August 31, 2016

The update for this week will allow coaches to create and save custom names to set up their athletes ATP periodization in any way they choose. Custom names can be created by clicking on the gear icon in the Period column or navigating to the Layout section of the Coach Account Settings.

  • Custom names will be saved for future ATP creation.
  • If you are using the automatic ATP, custom period names will replace the default period names.
  • These can be updated at any time.
  • This feature is currently for coaches only.

August 10, 2016

We have several new features coming out this week. To make it easier for athletes and coaches to view data from an event, particularly for triathletes, all data can now be added to an event. This allows for multiple files, like from a swim, bike, and run, to be nested in the event and easily viewed. For coaches and Premium Athletes, workouts can now be ordered on the day by simply clicking and dragging. Planning by Training Stress Score is now easier as well with new auto calculations. Finally, users of the Wahoo Element or Garmin Edge devices that support live segment will see segments appear automatically as a lap in the file.

Adding Workouts to An Event

Order Workouts on the Day

Duration and Training Stress Score Auto Calculation

Segment Laps

July 27, 2016

This week we have new features for both Coach Edition and Premium Athletes. The first will make it easier for users to view their athlete settings while using the Annual Training Plan. The second feature will calculate a Training Stress Score® (TSS®) for planned swims.

Athlete Settings When Using the ATP

Athlete Settings in ATP

Planned TSS for Swim Workouts

July 8, 2016

Our latest release updates compliance settings for both coaches and Premium athletes. Coaches and athletes can set compliance by distance, duration, and/or Training Stress Score® (TSS®).

June 28, 2016

This week we have several new updates to our mobile iOS app. Updates include a redesigned workout view using tabs, sharing a snapshot of your workout, adding workout attachments, and more.

May 25, 2016

When coaches and athletes are viewing different metrics in their respective accounts, it can cause confusion. This week’s release allows coaches to set up the Workout QuickView and Metrics QuickView for each athlete. Now, a coach can set exactly what they want their athletes to see so they can communicate more effectively.

May 18, 2016

We released two features this week. The first is the new Coach Search, which gives athletes a quick and effective way to find a coach. With advanced searching and filtering, keywords, and other features, finding a coach has never been easier. The second allows coaches to put an event on a training plan. Since many plans are written to help athletes train for a specific race or event, coaches can now add it to the plan as an Event.

Coach Search

Adding an Event to a Plan

April 28, 2016

The latest release is focused on feedback with an update to Post-Workout Notifications.

April 20, 2016

This week, we are releasing the new Athlete Home. This new feature gives athletes an overview of your events and goals, upcoming workouts with all zones associated with those workouts, and Premium athletes will be able to view their ramp rate. Coaches will be able to view Athlete Home for their athletes, and can use Athlete Home to plan events, create goals, and see fitness trends.

Events and Goals

Adding an Event

Changing the Focus Event

Adding a Goal


Adding a Workout

Interacting With a Workout

Ramp Rate and Zones

Ramp Rate


April 14, 2016

This week’s release is focused on improving the goal setting process. Athletes can now add more detailed goals to stay on track for success.

Goal Setting

March 30, 2016

This week we have two major updates, one for the web and one for mobile. Both are designed to help coaches and athletes be more efficient with their time by allowing for greater functionality.


Coaches can now add events to a group calendar.


Coaches and athletes using iOS devices can apply and remove training plans.

March 16, 2016

Workout Tagging

TrainingPeaks Workout Tagging

Adding Tags

TrainingPeaks Workout Tagging

Using Tags to Filter Your Peak Dashboard Charts

TrainingPeaks Workout Tagging

Search By Workout Tags

Using the advanced filter menu, you can filter by workout type, fields, TTS, IF, distance, duration, comments and even equipment across any chosen date range.

Using Workout Tags is the first step to organize similar workouts in a manner that will allow you to easily access and compare them in the future. Log in now to start adding tags to your workouts.

March 9, 2016

For this week, we are releasing our newly refreshed Post Workout Notifications (PWNs) and Workout Tags. Post Workout Notifications help coaches and athletes communicate about a workout in an effective and organized manner. While these notifications have been in place for some time, we’ve refreshed them, giving them a cleaner look and adding a direct link to the workout for easier analysis.

Post Workout Notifications


Visually, we updated the PWN to be consistent across our web and mobile platforms, making them easily recognizable no matter how you access your account. In every PWN, you will see the following metrics:

In addition, within the Post-Activity comments you will be able to see the date the comment was made and who wrote it.

TrainingPeaks Post Workout Notifications

Viewing a Workout

TrainingPeaks Post Workout Notifications

For communication purposes, this is an important feature. By making your comments in the Post-Activity Comments, you can easily find and follow a thread of communication that pertains to that workout.


TrainingPeaks Post Workout Notifications

March 2, 2016

New Goal Setting Features

These new features are focused on the important step of setting goals. When you sign up for an event, you should also set a series of goals, both process and outcome, that will help you stay on track. Using our new goal setting features will allow you to easily add these goals to your calendar, customize your goals, and check them off after you complete them. These features are available to both Basic and Premium athletes and all coaches.

Event Goal Setting

When you add an event, you can now add specific goals as well. This step helps you clearly define your goals, an important aspect of setting goals that are challenging but attainable.

TrainingPeaks Event Goals

TrainingPeaks Completed Event

General Goal Setting

You can now also add general training goals to your calendar.

This is a great way to track process goals like, “ride 5 times this week”, or “stretch after every session”.

TrainingPeaks Future Goals

This is a great way to visually see your progress towards your goals in a very simple and immediate way.

TrainingPeaks Goal Setting

Currently, the Goal Setting feature is only available on the web app.;

February 3, 2016

New iOS App Update

TrainingPeaks Mobile Calendar  Workout Search Mobile

Download the TrainingPeaks iOS app.

January 13, 2016

In-App Notifications

We’ve added Notifications to TrainingPeaks. Coaches and athletes will now see new notifications in the upper-right corner. Please note that Notifications are a Premium feature.

TrainingPeaks Notifications

Athletes will see notifications for any workouts that have been pushed from the Garmin Sync or other 3rd party applications and new comments on workouts from their coach. Coaches will see notifications when their athletes upload a workout, enter completed values for a workout, or leave a comment.

TrainingPeaks Notifications

Coaches can turn on or off notifications for their athletes in their account settings.

TrainingPeaks Notifications

Resolved Issues

November 18, 2015

November 11, 2015

New Features

Resolved Issues

November 4, 2015

We’ve updated our daily workout emails. If you would like your planned workouts emailed to you, you can turn this feature on in your account settings.

Daily Workout email

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

October 14, 2015

Workout Search

With Advanced Search you can search workouts and filter by date range, title, description, comments, workout type, equipment, and more.

TrainingPeaks Workout Search

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

September 30, 2015

New Features

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

September 23, 2015

Resolved Issues

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

September 2, 2015

Remove Zeros From Distribution Charts

Remove Zeros

Athletes and Coaches can now choose to exclude zero-values from distribution charts.

Bug Fixes

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

August 27, 2015

New Features

Bug Fixes

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

August 13, 2015

Cadence and Pace/Speed Distribution Charts

Cadence Distribution Chart

Speed Distribution Chart

Cadence and Pace/Speed Distribution charts have been added to the Expando charts.

Bug Fixes

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

August 5, 2015

Power and Heart Rate Distribution Charts

Power Distribution Chart

Heart Rate Distribution Chart

Power and Heart Rate Distribution charts have been added to the Expando charts.

Additional Features

Bug Fixes

For additional features and fixes, view this week’s release notes.

July 22, 2015

Event Countdown

Event Countdown

  • If a workout is associated with an event and a device file is uploaded to the workout, the event results will auto-populate.
  • Attach via drag and drop or create the workout from the event.
  • Workout data is still used for dashboard charts and reports as usual.
  • You can set the order of when you want workouts to appear in the calendar.
  • Simply click and drag workouts to the order you want them to appear.
  • For running and cycling, if you enter a TSS and IF, the duration will be automatically calculated.
  • For swimming, if you enter a duration and distance, TSS will be automatically calculated.
  • You must save the workout in order for the TSS to be calculated.
  • If you use a Wahoo ELEMNT or Garmin Edge that supports live segments, any live segment that you ride will now be shown as laps in the TrainingPeaks file viewer.
  • You must complete the live segment on the device in order for the live segment to appear.
  • Users must set up this feature through their respective device.
  • When using the ATP, coaches and Premium Athletes can click on an athlete’s name, or their own, to open up their settings.
  • Once open, users can change all settings, from zones and equipment to notifications and the profile.
  • When planning a swim workout, TSS will be automatically calculated based on the distance and duration of the workout.
  • You can also manually override the calculated TSS by clicking in the TSS box.
  • You can set the priority of distance, duration, and TSS in your Settings by dragging and dropping them from Available to In Use.
  • Only metrics in use will be shown in blue text in the QuickView.
  • The metric that has the highest priority is shown in bold.
  • In the QuickView, the highest priority metric that has been planned will be highlighted green, yellow, or red.
  • Green means that the workout was performed within +/- 20 percent of the planned metric, yellow indicates the workout was completed between 50 to 79 percent or 121 to 150 percent, and red means the workout was completed in less than 50 percent or more than 150 percent of what was planned.
  • Workout lap charts have been added.
  • You can now view zones for future workouts.
  • The workout view has been redesigned to use tabs.
  • Workout attachments can be added and deleted.
  • Your metric setting can be added and edited.
  • A new tab has been added for all sync partners.
  • You can now share a snapshot of your workout to Twitter.
  • Support has been added for new workout compliance.
  • Metrics and workouts added to the day now default to the current time.
  • The y-axis range has been adjusted for HRV scores.
  • Coaches can change athletes settings for individual athletes.
  • Simply click and drag from the Available column to the In Use Column.
  • Order the metrics as you want them to appear on the athlete’s quick view.
  • Start by entering in what you are training for.
  • Use the drop down menus to select sports, ability level, languages, and services.
  • Add keywords to further narrow down your search.
  • View a short summary of each coach and view their profile to learn more.
  • Contact the coach directly from their profile page.
  • Coaches can add events to plans and then apply the plan to their athletes. The athlete will receive the event along with the plan.
  • Coaches writing a plan can add an event to a plan and sell it. The event will be applied to the purchaser’s calendar when the plan is applied.
  • Coaches can not add race specific goals to the event.
  • Description, Pre-Activity comments and Post-Activity comments are now shown.
  • Pace, speed, elevation, and calories are only displayed when either planned or completed data is available.
  • Simply click on the plus sign next to the Events title to add an event.
  • When adding an event, you can also add event specific goals.
  • Events will be displayed on Athlete Home and your calendar.
  • By default, the next A priority event on your calendar will be shown as the focus event.
  • You can change the focus event by simply clicking on the name of the event.
  • You will also see a countdown of the days until that event.
  • Add a goal by clicking on the plus sign next to the Goals title.
  • These goals will then show on your Athlete Home and calendar.
  • You can add a workout to the current day or tomorrow.
  • To add a workout, click on the plus sign next to Today or Tomorrow.
  • To interact with a workout, click on the title of that workout.
  • This will open up the QuickView window for you to add comments, upload data, and analyze the workout.
  • Ramp rate shows your gain or loss of fitness over the past 7, 28, 90, and 365 days.
  • A positive number shows gains in fitness while a negative numbers shows a loss.
  • Ramp rate is only available for Premium Athletes.
  • You will see the heart rate/power/pace zones that are associated with the workout(s) for that day and the next if you have a planned workout.
  • Goals can now be named.
  • Add sub-goals or lists that will help you reach your main goal.
  • Quickly add sub-goals by hitting return, or click on the Add Goal button.
  • Start by loading up the group you want to apply the event to.
  • Add the event to a single athlete.
  • You can then copy it to the other athletes, or drag it to the day bar at the top and it will automatically apply to all athletes.
  • Event goals are not copied to everyone in the group so you can set those for individual athletes.
  • To apply a plan, click on the More tab at the bottom, choose Training Plans, and pick the plan you want to apply.
  • You will be able to view the total distance, duration, and description of the plan when selected.
  • For coaches, the plan will be applied to the athlete that is currently loaded.
  • You can apply plans using a starting or ending date.
  • If a plan has an event date, choosing to end on that date is an option.
  • To un-apply a plan, go back to the Training Plans tab and click on the Remove Plan text.
  • Tag Workouts in order to classify/group workouts together.
  • Tags can be any combination of words, like long run, or hilly bike.
  • Add tags to both old and new workouts.
  • Your tags will be stored in a Tag Cloud for future use.
  • Once you add a tag your tag will be easily accessible within your Tag Cloud or from Autocomplete.
  • Tags can also be deleted.
  • Now you can filter your Peak Dashboard Charts by Workout Tags. Charts include:
    • Peak Cadence
    • Peak HR
    • Peak Pace
    • Peak Pace by Distance
    • Peak Power
    • Peak Speed
  • This allows you to compare performances across similar workouts.
  • Workout Title
  • Sport Type Icon
  • Duration
  • Distance
  • TSS
  • Post-Activity Comments
  • The View Workout Button is a major feature that will help coaches view even more details of the workout.
  • If you view the email from your mobile phone and have the latest iOS or Android app, it will automatically load the native mobile app. If you view the email on your computer it will load the web app. In both cases it links directly to the workout within the app.
  • If there is no device file uploaded the workout will still open to allow you to view any data manually entered.
  • Configure where you receive your PWN within your settings.
  • You can have them sent to your email, the Notifications Center in TrainingPeaks, or both.
  • PWNs are triggered when a file is uploaded or data is manually entered as completed values for a workout.
  • They are also triggered when a coach or athlete enters a post-activity comment.
  • Goals can be based on time, distance, place, finish the event, personal record, or other
  • You can set multiple goals for each event
  • After your event, you can check off the box next to the goal to show you completed your goal(s) for that event
  • Simply add them to your calendar like you would a workout
  • You can add as many goals as you’d like.
  • Afterwards, you can check your goal completion.
  • If you have multiple goals, each goal will be color coded based on completion. A checked goal turns green while a non-check goal turns red. If you complete all of your goals, the Goal tile on your calendar turns green, if you complete half of them, it will turn yellow, and if you complete less than half it will turn red.
  • Added Workout Search feature
  • Improved calendar to show workouts by sport type for each day
  • Added total TSS circles to the calendar to quickly identify your effort on a particular day
  • Added in-app purchase for Premium upgrade
  • Record workouts using our new Deep Link to Wahoo app from Add screen
  • Drawer interface has been replaced with Tabbed design
  • Heart Rate Variability (HRV) metric is now supported
  • Added support for iOS 9 iPad multitasking split view and slide over
  • Updates made in order to better support iOS 9
  • Upload profile photo in account settings and view in Workout Details
  • Updates to app launch image, app icon, and app theme color
  • Design update for login screen
  • Updated list of supported countries
  • Fixed an issue with top menu.
  • Fixed an issue with new athletes not showing in Athlete Management Wizard immediately.
  • Fixed an issue with cutting and pasting text from inside description, pre-, or post-activity comments.
  • Fixed an issue where the Graph Channel buttons were missing upon first load of Expando with some workout files.
  • Fixed an issue where the Library pane was not showing content after switching between Calendar/Dashboard/ATP.
  • Add a responsive Sign Up page
  • Fixed Bug- In full screen mode icons overlap each other
  • Fixed Bug- After removing a shared coach, an athlete that was in a group is moved back to “My Athletes” until the browser is refreshed
  • Fixed Bug- ATP – New Events not showing in Add Events list
  • Fixed Bug- Coach/Athlete relationships do not show for Coaches the first time they open Account Settings
  • Fixed Bug- PMC hover over stats tomahawk hidden at bottom of graph
  • Heart Rate Variability is now available as a Metric.
  • Fixed an issue where Events were not respecting the Athlete’s or Coaches’ unit preferences.
  • Fixed an issue where Athletes were allowed to move a locked workout.
  • Fixed an issue where Laps and Splits header formatting was not displaying correctly.
  • Fixed an issue where adding a workout to the group calendar and then hitting Save & Close caused an infinite spinner and then multiple workouts added to calendar.
  • Fixed an issue where marking a workout Public was saved, but then canceling did not cancel.
  • Fixed an issue where making changes to the Equipment selection in the workout saved the workout, but then canceling did not cancel.
  • Fixed an issue where changing the Calendar settings caused an infinite spinner.
  • Fixed an issue where Quick View comments were not saving if edits were made and applied while in Expando.
  • Fixed an issue where updating the Calendar Week Summary was not updating after a unit preference change.
  • Fixed an issue where Autosave was not behaving correctly in Athlete or Coach Settings.
  • Fixed an issue where CTL start value was not used if the Athlete or Coach did not input a non-zero ATL value.
  • Athletes and Coaches can now edit the custom legs in their Event.
  • Athletes and Coaches can now sort the WKO4 Chart Exchange by Created date and Chart title.
  • Fixed an issue where autosave was not working correctly in Athlete or Coach settings.
  • Fixed an issue where Metrics and Workout Quick View was not updating after a layout settings change.
  • Fixed an issue where highlighting on the Graph in Expando was not updating the Summary Statistics for some file types.
  • Fixed an issue where Skin Fold measurements were not accepting one decimal place.
  • Fixed an issue where the site would display “null” in the Athlete library if an Athlete’s first / last name was null.
  • Fixed an issue where Metric Settings were not taking effect immediately after making changes unless the Quick View was closed and reopened.
  • Fixed an issue where the ATP Week Summary items were not displayed when a Coach changed from one athlete to another.
  • Fixed an issue where the Dual Calendar for Coaches required a page refresh before the drag and drop feature would work properly.
  • Fixed an issue where clicking the Today button on the calendar didn’t always direct to Today.
  • Fixed an issue where modal windows, such as the Quick View, were not resizing when the browser was resized.
  • Fixed an issue where some Dashboard Charts were not displaying Custom Dates correctly.
  • Fixed an issue on the Laps & Splits chart title in the Expando was covering over the data in the chart when scrolling.
  • Workout type Race can no longer be created.  Events can now be used to track event specific information.
  • Fixed an issue some Coaches’ where the calendars were jumping to the wrong date after loading a new Athlete.
  • Fixed an issue where the Calendar scroll was not working properly on a very high resolution screens.
  • Fixed an issue where some Peaks Charts were not displaying date range or sport type properly when selected.
  • Fixed an issue where the calendar scroll was not displaying properly when on FireFox on a Mac computer.
  • Fixed an issue where Left/Right Power balance was not being displayed properly for Garmin devices.
  • Fixed an issue where a coach creating a new athlete account was unable to complete the process because the “Save & Close” button was not always visible.
  • Fixed issue with the dual-calendar, where dragging a workout between calendars for the same athlete would move the workout rather than copy it.
  • The Dashboard Race Report has been updated. Add this chart to your Dashboard, then any Event you add to your calendar will automatically populate in Race Reports.
  • Your Workout Library is now easier to manage. The search bar stays in place when you scroll the workout list, there is a single control for sorting all libraries, and workouts will be ordered by name when sorting by type or code.
  • Events are now listed first on the day in the calendar. Nutrition is last, workouts and metrics are in the middle by time of day.
  • Peaks charts in the file viewer and dashboard can be switched to a grid view.
  • Events will now appear in external calendars using the iCal.
  • Printed workouts have been cleaned up in order to look better.
  • Fixed issue where the uploaded device file is not immediately available for viewing, although it is attached and all stats are present.
  • Fixed issue where the public file viewer was always displaying in metric even after logging in.
  • Fixed issue where workout attachment were lost when copying and pasting workouts on the calendar.
  • Fixed issue where tooltips were not always being displayed on the Peaks charts.
  • More Dashboard Chart Average functionality. You can now turn on and off the display of the average lines for dashboard charts that support this feature; the TSS/IF chart now shows averages for both values; and the average value is shown in the tooltip when you hover over the line.
  • Fixed issue with the cursor jumping locations when typing, or pasting text, in the Quick View’s  description and comment fields.
  • Fixed issue where the Dashboard’s Metrics chart would display incorrectly in some instances.
  • Fixed issue when copying and pasting multiple workouts on the calendar
  • Fixed display issues with the zone overlay in the file viewer
  • Fixed a text formatting issue in the Quick View description and comments.
  • The options on the Expando Laps & Splits chart no longer disappear after changing the settings.
  • A system time-out no longer occurs when uploading large activity files.
  • Events added from the web app now display as read-only in the mobile apps (editing is coming)
  • You can now control workout compliance coloring in the activity feed. The mobile apps share the same setting as the web-app, so you will always be in sync.
  • You can now change the units for individual event legs as well as delete legs from an event.
  • Links and URLs in the Quick View are now clickable and will open the link in a new window.
  • Coaches can now clone a training plan that has been shared to them without edit permission.
  • The Peak Pace by Distance chart has been added as an option in the workout Expand view.
  • Forums have been retired.
  • Coaches will now have a confirmation notification when applying/unapplying and/or sharing/un-sharing a Training Plan.
  • Athletes and Coaches can now switch between distance units for their Events in the Quick View.
  • Coaches can now view shared training plans, who a training plan is shared with (as well as un-share) and share a training plan directly to any athlete in their athlete library.
  • Athletes and Coaches can now filter their Workout Library by Sport Type.
  • The Peak Cadence chart is now available in the Quick View Expando chart library.
  • Coaches can now view Training Plan Sales from their Account Management screen.
  • Athletes and Coaches can now turn off (turn on) Workout Compliance on the calendar.
  • Workout Libraries can now be sorted by Sport Type and by Workout Code.
  • Athletes can now apply a Training Plan to their calendar by dragging the training plan from their Plan Library and dropping onto the calendar.
  • Basic workout information for Structured Workouts is now editable.
  • Coaches can now view their Training Plan sales from their Account Management page.
  • Coach invoices on the Account Management page will now display dollar amounts for monthly payments, along with Client days.

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