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Trek Factory Racing team to use training software from new Australian company

Published October 28, 2015

MADISON, Wis. (BRAIN) — Next season, the Trek Factory Racing team will use training software from a Australian brand that is new to the U.S. market, called Today's Plan.


Today's Plan will provide the team's training. coaching and analytics platform, allowing coaches to prescribe training to team riders and analyse their performance data. The system will also provide a communications platform for the globally distributed staff and riders.

Today's Plan began offering its training system for cyclists in late 2014 and continued to expand their coaching and analytical tools throughout 2015.

"Performance forms the basis of a winning team, and more often than not a detailed data analysis makes the difference to being ready to win," said Luca Guercilena, the general manager of Trek Factory Racing.

"I think the partnership with Today's Plan will move the team up to the next step; this new system will help our coaches better assist our riders and they will feel its benefit immediately. With Today's Plan on board I'm sure Trek Factory Racing will have a fantastic 2016."

Today's Plan has been working with Trek Factory Racing to tailor specific elements of the platform to the team's requirements, and will continue to work closely with the team throughout 2016. The roll­out to staff and riders has commenced and will accelerate as the team's training camp in early December approaches.

The software integrates with power meters, heart rate monitors and indoor trainers from brands including Garmin, Wahoo Fitness, CycleOps, and SRM. It offers training plans and analytics to consumers starting at $150 a year.

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