Execute your AI Endurance personalized training plan directly from your Garmin watch or bike computer. No more writing down workouts or remembering interval sets. Get step-by-step instructions as Garmin custom workouts and a Garmin Connect training plan with only a few clicks.
Garmin custom workouts are step-by-step instructions that guide you through your workout. Take for example an AI Endurance - Tempo Run:
Once you synchronize AI Endurance with Garmin Connect, you'll get these instructions in real time via Garmin custom workouts:
We made it as simple as possible for you to enjoy Garmin custom workouts: Simply go to the Account page and under Connected Apps click on "Export Workouts To Device":
Authorize AI Endurance to export workouts to Garmin Connect:
That's it - you're all set!
If you move a workout to a different day, change your training zones or start a new plan you don't have to do anything. AI Endurance will forward the changes to your Garmin Connect training plan so your device is always up to date with your AI Endurance training plan.
Get started today and forget about writing down or remembering your workout plan with AI Endurance's Garmin custom workouts. Start with a free-trial, no credit card information required!
There are different options on the market for optimized AI training plans that are based on applying machine learning to your individual data. In this post, we compare the different options and their features.
Stay on top of your goals and support our local businesses and charities at the same time. A virtual cycling challenge that comes as close to a race as possible now that social distancing is crucial in slowing down the spread of COVID-19.
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We compare polarized training, threshold training and AI optimized endurance training. AI optimized training yields the best results, followed by polarized training with threshold training in third. The results are inline with current exercise physiology research. If the training composition is not optimized to the individual athlete, substantially smaller gains are to be expected.