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  1. Track FTP over time in Training Peaks, as a metric.

    190 votes
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  2. It would be nice to compare all parameters side by side for similar workouts. For example, being able to compare 2-4 RT1 workouts from training plan. Or being able to compare multiple runs on a trail, etc.

    129 votes
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  3. Would it be possible to add time for an event as it is the only way to sync meal with fuelin app? At the moment it is not possible to get the right meal plans as by default the event is always at 6 am

    57 votes
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  4. A sync with Oura Ring can help TP’s take into consideration sleep time and quality, HRV, Resting heart rate and recovery status. A sync with Hyperice can help TP’s take into consideration recovery modalities used by the user and adjust the fatigue and stress scores accordingly. Both can help to avoid overtraining and or give overtraining alert suggestions based on data pulled from Oura and Hyperice.

    46 votes
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  5. The power data is imported from stryd to the workouts, it would be great if it is used in Peak Performances too

    46 votes
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  6. Include recovery and strain scores from Whoop as a metric to be tracked on the metrics panel of the dashboard.

    38 votes
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  7. 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…

    31 votes
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  8. Having completed a lactic acid threshold test I would appreciate the option to set the heart rate for 2mmol/L, the heart rate for 4mmol/L, max heart rate and resting heart rate.
    I may be in the minority, but have found that entering either of these heart rate thresholds as well as my max and resting heart rate have not yielded reasonable results for the Zone calculation. I ended up having to play around with the threshold until I arrived at reasonable zones.
    Alternatively/in addition, links to the source material of how the wealth of methods calculate threshold would be helpful…

    21 votes
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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…

    21 votes
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  10. I would love to see a pre menstrual metric where I can log cramping, bloating, mood, fatigue, cravings, and of course weight is there already. The current metric only allows tracking of the actual period, but it's the week before that us gals go whack ;). Once the bleeding starts, the symptoms subside within a day or 2. The bleeding in its self should not be an issue unless you have a medical problem. I personally have struggled with excessive bleeding due to poly-cystic overies, not ideal, not normal.

    It would be so great for my coach and I to…

    20 votes
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  11. Both workouts are fairly common in endurance fitness training plans>

    The addition of these categories would be helpful to coaches and athletes alike. Gamin, Android, Withings, Fitbit, Apple, and other products use these as workouts on their wearable products, and Strava (plus other Fitness tracking apps) support the workout type as well.

    18 votes
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  12. 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…

    18 votes
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  13. If in your training data power is available, you can only calculate Pw:Hr. It is annoying to alter your training data and delete the power data to calculate Pa:Hr. It would be super nice if you could just select the calculated variant with a dropdown of Pw:Hr and Pa:Hr, for example. This would make Heart Rate Drift much more convenient to calculate.

    This hit me after the new updates by Garmin, your watch delivers Power with a Garmin strap, and you cannot really turn that off.

    16 votes
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  14. Also are there any plans to bring in a feature on swim pace peak performances as a tab in the peak performance box?

    Theres a table in the dashboard that shows this over time periods, but not actually when thy do a fitness test or peak 400m, or 1000m. So the data is there, surely its just a programming update issue?

    This would be so super useful!!

    15 votes
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  15. Now that AI has come in to place, it would be nice to see a projected FTP and not have to do an FTP test

    It would be nice For self trained athletes to develop a workout plan and see where they will be in the next six or 12 weeks in regards to your FTP. It could also have a range of variance high and a low if you are not compliant 100% to the plan anyway I think it be nice touch.

    14 votes
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  16. I have been tracking blood pressure and weight with the help of Withings devices for some time now. Both are synchronized from Withings to Training Peaks.

    Recently I've added body temperature to the metrics I track with Withings; however there is no body temperature field in TP metrics for me to enter them, and oviously it is also not being synchronized.

    Would be great if this field could be added, and an import from withings implemented.

    13 votes
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  17. As a user planning my own training schedule, I would like to know how much time I have planned in each zone for future weeks, so I can ensure that the proportion of high intensity and low intensity work is in line with my desires.

    Currently, if I want to know how much time I am planning to spend in zones 4, 5, 6 compared with zones 2 and 3 in a future week of my training plan, I need to manually calculate the cumulative time in each zone by summing them together from each workout in the week. This…

    13 votes
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  18. For a triathlon, there are 5 workouts uploaded to the calendar (Swim, T1, Bike, T2, Run). I could cope with that. But when it comes to swimrun, workouts with 15 runs and 14 swims are normal. This bloats the calendar.

    I want TP to be able to show this as one event but when i go into the details of the workout, all workouts that makes up this multisport event are listed. Garmin Connect handles this in a neat way.

    13 votes
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  19. Allow users to turn off 90 day peak notification. This is a meaningless stat for me

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  20. Most Garmin watches now offer sleep analysis and they incorporate this into a feature called Body Battery that indicates fatigue and training readiness. Since you can now sync this sleep data into TP, please can you integrate it into the Performance Management Chart? Sleep quality is a critical factor in the body's ability to perform but right now the PMC ignores it.

    12 votes
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