Resources for Endurance Athletes and Coaches

Info for Athletes

While COVID restrictions have eased or ended in most places, the infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus is still impacting the lives of athletes around the world. Here are resources to keep you informed, prepared and healthy during this challenging time: 

  • Join a community of indoor cyclists and runners with our friends over at Zwift. Their group workouts and events can help you stay fit.
  • Find a base training, strength training, or virtual training app compatible plan to help you maintain your fitness.
  • If you need to adjust your current training plan because of an event cancelation, this help article will show you how to quickly remove/reapply your plan. 
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest training tips and how to keep your motivation high while #training-through-covid-19 
  • Fill out a short questionnaire to speak with a TrainingPeaks Level 2 Accredited Coach via a free 30-minute phone consultation about maintaining your fitness and readjusting your goals this year.
  • Keep an eye on our website, and watch your inbox and our social channels over the coming weeks for more training advice and resources.

Info For Coaches

We know you are facing difficult decisions as COVID continues to impact your athletes, their events and ultimately your coaching business.

We’re here to help support you and your athletes as this global pandemic continues to develop, starting with some useful resources you can find below. You also can connect with other TrainingPeaks coaches for ideas, advice and support in our TrainingPeaks University Facebook Coach Group.


The primary concern for athletes contracting COVID appears not to be the usual list of symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, trouble breathing, etc.) but something far more sinister, myocarditis.

Check off these three boxes to keep your immunity up as cold and flu season approaches.

For patients who have recovered from COVID-19, myocarditis may cause lingering complications, even among seemingly-healthy athletes.

Despite taking every precaution, battling COVID-19 symptoms became this cyclist’s peak event.

Find out how you can train and stay healthy through cold and flu season by making just a few lifestyle tweaks to manage stress.

In theory, you might think that your clients are better able to handle the virus than most as endurance athletes, but the reality is lung function was compromised in more than 80% of a group of athletes tested.