Confession: I never did Used Sufferfest, A popular cycling training application that encourages users to apply maximum effort while paddling their stationary bikes through streaming workouts in the make-believe world of “Sufferlandia”. Outside of my mountain bike is my favorite training platform. Also, I had the idea that Safarfest has moved on to the fight against their trainers with the friends of the highly competitive, sweaty cycling, which is true. As its founder David McQuilen, a cyclist and former banker who is now based in Tasmania, admits, the platform is “too masculine”.
However, it was highly respected for the sports science that brought it to a training platform. So when I heard the news Wahoo Fitness Bought Safarfest in 2019, took two years to spread the science, added a completely comprehensive tool kit outside of cycling – with elements like yoga and mental hardness sessions – and changed the name to a more delicious SYSTM, I became interested.
The newly reformed training platform is being unveiled today, and I’ve had the opportunity to take it for a prelude spin. The good news: The new SYSTM puts me fully employed as a trainer within a week of the fantastic fall weather. Two news stories: The new SYSTM in a week of trainers kept me completely inside the fantastic fall weather.
The standout feature of the redesigned app, aimed at viewer-patient athletes, to analyze your performance on the set of how deeply immersed he is in science. Title by Neil Henderson, Boulder, Colorado-based coaches such as Olympic champions Flora Duffy And for many others, Henderson’s theory is that a traditional theoretical workout-threshold-power-based workout, which allows an athlete to maintain the maximum possible power output in 45 to 60 minutes, is not enough for effective training. To improve this, he has developed “four-dimensional power” (4DP) which, in addition to FTP, uses neuromuscular power, anabolic power, and maximum wind power to create more efficient, finer tunes, and customized workouts.
To find that magic 4DP while using the app, athletes work up to an hour-long full frontal ramp test, an all-out, courage-based effort. Once the test is complete, the app will customize a training plan to suit the profile of each specific athlete.
This can all sound very serious. Science and Suffering aside, however, SYSTM is a fun, educational, entertaining and comprehensive cross-training platform that doesn’t take itself too seriously. It has five components: cycling, running, swimming, strength, mental training and yoga, all of which can be combined in one place on the app’s usable calendar.
Device-agnostic system is available for Mac, PC, iOS and Android devices. Since the app can be launched on a television or just run on a phone or tablet, it is compatible with Wahu instructors and bikes as well as bikes of other brands.
I concentrated on cycling, a catalog of dozens of rides divided into five main sections. Locations are set in stunning environments. I liked the sound of moving away with 44 minutes of effort. The line of the fool’s story starts with you at the office, where after telling the boss some white lies, you miraculously make your way up a 2,200-meter archetype and other cyclists Dan Martin and Mike on a hilly road in Pyrenees, the founder of Coty. The Colonel Collective. The guide’s commentary, a tempo-appropriate playlist, the stalks of regional history and culture, the cycling prompt that is enhanced by a joke about “stand-up” and “coachlanders” on screen is enhanced by the office. Spoiler: The boss is finally caught and you are fired. A lot is going on, but it felt like a challenging ride when I wanted to kill a virtual opponent from the UK instead of having fun while having fun with friends who kept passing me, as I used to on other platforms