Calendar export to TrainingPeaks

feature-request
calendar

#1

Hi All,

Quick question, can you export the calendar into TrainingPeaks? If not, is this a feature that is likely to be implemented?!

Many thanks


#2

Try this. Worked for me in the past. Doesn’t export your calendar but you can export plans at least.


#3

Yeah it worked for exporting the plan. Just have to merge workouts etc. Only annoyance is if the plan has been edited!


#4

does this work the other way around


#5

I’d love to see this as well, especially if it could automatically add/remove planned workouts from the calendar as you adjust your plan in TR and vice-versa. I assume it would require some additional cooperation between the two companies to make it happen, though.
I pretty much do the same 20-or-so workouts over and over in TR, so I’ve created most of them (close approximations, anyway) as structured workouts in Training Peaks (took a long time) and drag them onto my calendar as needed… sometimes, I just put in the duration, IF, and TSS.
I’m multipsort, so TR cannot be a stand-alone solution for me.


#6

Is there a way to export the plan into a spreadsheet?


#7

What I am hoping for is that we don’t need training peaks anymore. The only export for the calendar would be for my outlook so that I don’t need to open TR to see what I need to do today…


#8

We are working on some export options currrently to allow you to export to iCal, Google Calendar, etc.

That being said, TrainingPeaks export is not on our Development Roadmap due to the techinical challenges and extensive collaboration required.


#9

To be fair, I’ve now shelved my TP account as I believe the latest developments on TR cover most aspects of what you get.

Give us the fitness/fatigue/form charts and you have a pretty complete package!!


#10

I joined TR a year ago and created my own library, a week at time as I went thru TR plans. There are some limitations in the TrainingPeaks workout builder, and it takes time, so I focused on creating simple workouts with just high-level details to support basic planning (TSS and calorie intake):

Works well, but as single-sport athlete I’m not planning to use it going forward now that TR calendar has rolled out.


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#11

I still use TP for metrics (weight/body fat) tracking as well. But yea, TP gets much less focus from me now, and I probably won’t renew it assuming TR keeps up their work.