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  1. I'd like to ask the inclusion of Lung Volume (l) and Pulmonary Power (W) into the Metrics function of TP. This is relevant to track the concurrent lung training which is recommended for many aerobic exercises. Moreover popular training equipment like PowerBreathe provides this data already.

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  2. It would be nice to have the top 20 of records not only in absulte watt but also in w/kg. So it’s easy to see how your w/kg records are.

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  3. Subject: Feature Suggestion - OpenAI Chat Integration for Instant Feedback and Analysis

    Dear Training Peaks Team,

    I hope this message finds you well. I am an avid user of the Training Peaks platform and have greatly benefited from its various features. Recently, I've come across an opportunity to enhance the user experience and provide valuable insights for athletes by integrating OpenAI chat functionality into the platform.

    Feature suggestion: OpenAI Chat Integration for Instant Feedback and Analysis

    Overview:
    Integrating OpenAI chat functionality into Training Peaks would enable athletes to receive instant feedback on their training and analysis based on their personal…

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  4. Implement zone values in Dashboard Widgets when hovering over the diagrams. E.G. Zone 3 (144-171 bpm). Right now its only showing the zone's name.

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  5. It would be great if you could go back in time and look at your fatigue, fitness and form from past races.

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  6. The Fitness History tables include one year of historical data. It would be great to be able to go further back in time. The custom date range feature works for the charts but not for the tables.

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  7. Add max heart rate per activity to data export.

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  8. Is there any possibility to make the window of "laps and splits" bigger? Not everyone has a large monitor. It's not easy to check all laps there. I always have to check on Garmin Connect (if i have the connection).
    Would be great !!

    Thanks

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  9. Blood Glucose readings are only available as a metric currently. Please add support for continuous Blood Glucose readings during a workout, in the same way that Power, Torque, Cadence, Speed and Elevation are supported. Not just on the Scatter Graph, but on the main Graph please.

    Both professional cycling teams and amateurs are now using CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitoring) for training, recovery and fuelling analysis. Now is the time to start supporting this data in Training Peaks., as other providers are getting onboard.

    SuperSapiens (https://www.supersapiens.com/) support export of a glucose CSV file. I have attached one so that…

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  10. It is pretty common to sometimes get obviously erroneous HR or power data (e.g. HR = 250 or power = 2000w for someone who has never seen HR >185 or power >850). When looking at past peak performances over any time horizon, this bad data means that you cannot see peak performance data or you have to manually go through and delete HR and power data from those activities respectively before you can see what the athlete's actual peak performances were. This can take a lot of time if the athlete gets bad data a few times every month, and…

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  11. There should be a report on available on the Dashboard that shows stats like cumulative training time, distance, and elevation gain. I'm shocked that I have to go to a Strava account to get these features... Cumulative elevation isn't even available in CSV file exports.

    Consider opening the Data Exports to have selectable fields for export (that include all of the fields that are currently captured for any individual workout or available to report on in the dashboard).

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  12. When I view run cadence in the laps view, it is completely wrong and not matching the actual recorded data.
    E.g., when doing sprints (high cadence of ~190) it shows low cadence of just over 100. The. When walking (low cadence) it shows high cadence.
    Not sure what is going on here.
    During the run and in the Apple app it displays the correct cadence, it’s like the training peaks app just reads it completely wrong for some reason.
    I use an Apple Ultra 2 watch.

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  13. Can you PLEASE have it so that workouts include planned work (kj) and planned calories (kcal) provided in the plans?

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  14. My swim workouts no longer show the actual continuous distances I have swum during a workout under the “Laps & Splits” display but rather show my entire workout in many 25 yard increments.

    TP says this is because of how the data is received from Apple in the “fit” file. But Apple says they have not made any changes and/or that you (TP) should contact Apple through the developer channels to discuss with them.

    Regardless of where the issue lies, something changed (for me) around 10/3 and continues to happen now. Before that date, I could "analyze" my swim workouts…

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  15. Hey Leute!

    Derzeit ärgere ich mich täglich über die EF - Kalkulation bei Läufen.
    Stelle ich bei TSS auf rTSS ein, dann wird mir bei meiner Athletin Malin Ehlers ein EF von 0.02 bei einer NGP von 04:44 min/km und einer Herzfrequenz von 159 errechnet. Was soll denn da die Grundlage sein?
    Stelle ich auf TSS um, dann wird der TSS viel zu hoch berechnet für eine Einheit von 46:52 Minuten ein TSS von 131. Das ist überhaupt nicht möglich!! Zudem wird dann ein EF-Wert von 1.97 errechnet, weil wahrscheinlich die fiktiv errechneten Wattwerte von 314 als Grundlage genommen werden.…

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  16. It would be useful to include 3 minutes (anaerobic TH) on the peak Heart rate chart and 20km,25km and 35km on the Peak Pace Chart.(Marathon training)

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  17. A dashboard chart like the mobile fitness report with previous duration dependent ramp rates and if possible predictive ramp rates based on what is prescribed.

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  18. For both mobile and desktop:
    Need to be able to view average stride length from run history and also be able to do so BY LAP so that user may see efficiencies / differences in stride length between laps (hard or easy).

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  19. There appears to be a fault in the data and presentation pulled from set group training programmes into an individual athletes plan. The athlete is presented with a % of threshold to complete a section of a training session but there is a drop down box that doesn't always correlate to the prescribed % of threshold. I am not sure if the TSS is therefore being calculated as well as this being confusing for the athlete

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  20. Custom Field Creation: Enable users to create custom fields in their activity logs. These fields would be specifically designed to record ******* levels at different heart rates. This customization allows for more precise tracking of an athlete's physiological responses to training.

    Data Input Options: Athletes or coaches can manually input ******* levels, measured through blood ******* testing during or after workouts, alongside the corresponding heart rate at the time of the test.

    Graphical Data Representation: Integrate these custom fields into the platform's existing data visualization tools. For instance, a graph could plot heart rate (BPM) against ******* levels over time,…

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