The first step in logging your training to 2PEAK is to connect your device to 2PEAK. You can connect your watch, Power meter, bike computer or other training platforms to 2PEAK so that your training data is considered when building the best plan for you. Step by step instructions to connect a device are as follows:
2PEAK has a new product manager to help lead the future development of the program. We caught up with him quickly to see what his ideas for the future of 2PEAK.
Training in pain is a part of life for many athletes. How can and should an athlete recognize and assess pain?
People participating in endurance sports tend to be older but what relationship does age have on race performance for these athletes? The peak age for endurance athletes is later than most people think and a new study shows what happens to your race speed after your peak years.
How quickly the various systems in the body recover completely after a workout or competition varies greatly from individual to individual. Here are the factors you need to consider to get the correct amount of recovery in training.
Preparation maximizes performance – this is particularly true when it comes to warming up. But how should you warm up for a high-intensity session?
Everyone needs strength, that’s clear. But should you train strength on the machines, with free weights or with your own body weight? An overview of the different options.
What is Zone 2, Zone 5 and what is the difference? Training based on your individual training zones can be confusing due to all the terminology and different definitions of what exactly each zone means. Here is an explanation of training zones in 2PEAK and why they are important in training.
2PEAK now has a new feature to automatically adjust your running training zones. Whether you train by speed, heart rate, or some other metric your training zones are individual to you and constantly changing based on your fitness. Now 2PEAK can automatically adjust your training zones based on your personal training.