Cycling efficiency

Road bike cyclist

During a triathlon you spend most of the time on the bike. This is also the case when it comes to training for a triathlon. Therefore, it is just logical to try to spend the time on the bike as efficiently as possible in order to have enough energy reserves for the third discipline, the … Read more

Run efficiency analysis

Läufer auf der Straße

Running – for many it’s the greatest sport in the world. For others, it is the hardest part of a triathlon. Hour after hour is invested into steady state training. Training theory claims that it is worth the effort, but what are the actual training effects on your body? For most runners, who don’t spend … Read more

PerfectPace’s intelligent training-plan algorithm

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PerfectPace took another step towards the future with its intelligent training plan algorithm that is based on proven methods from sport science. It takes into account your individual fitness level, your available training time and your seasonal goal. https://youtu.be/hfY0mXBf9R8 100% science A PerfectPace training plan is 100% based on scientific findings. Every single activity that … Read more

Training impulse

zwei Radfahrer

Training impulse or Trimp (sometimes TSS) is a measurement of the impulse each training has on your body. This impulse causes adaptions within your body to become fitter. A few examples of such changes are: muscle growth improved fat metabolism increased number of mitochondria improved neuromuscular coordination improved efficiency higher oxygen consumtion (VO2max) and much … Read more

RoyFit Watt-Test

The RoyFitWatt-Test is a great tool to determine your ideal race power effort with a four minute test. How does it work?First of all perform a thorough warmup. This should include at least one short sprint and a high cadence session to get your muscles ready for the test. We recommend that you do the test … Read more

Variables in your workout description

PerfectPace allows you to use variables in the workout description. These get replaced by the current values in your athlete profile. This is very helpful for activities that are stored in the workout library. The description will always be correct for you or your athletes if you are a trainer. When editing the description you … Read more

The Critical Power Chart

What is Critical Power? Critical Power, or maximum mean power (MMP), is the best average power (measured in watt) you can produce on a bike in a given time frame. A Critical Power for five minutes (denoted as CP5) of 300 watt means that you can drive for five minutes with 300 watt, before you … Read more

The Performance Management Chart

The performance management chart is one of the key elements within PerfectPace that can improve your training analysis in many ways. The chart will tell you about your current training condition, fitness, fatigue and it can warn you in case you get into over training. It is not limited to a single sport but allows … Read more

Training in the black hole

black hole

Who doesn’t know this scenario. You are supposed to do an easy recovery run that becomes faster and faster because you are motivated and are feeling good or because you don’t want to be overtaken by that other guy. Did you know that running just a bit faster than you are supposed to can destroy … Read more

Training in zones

Training zones

Classifying your training into zones is vital for effective training. Your body responds to different training stimuli in different ways. Your workout needs to be adjusted to the zones that you are going to train in. What training zones are in use? Active recovery: Training in this zone will improve your recovery time. After a … Read more