“As a modern, cloud based platform that employees some of the leading developers in the field, the chances are that Today’s Plan can create and manage a bespoke platform for your business that addresses the needs of your customers, at a fraction of the cost for your business to do this yourself”
Today’s Plan has partnered with some of cycling’s leading brands to create bespoke ecosystems that meet the specific needs of those brands and their customers.
Branded ecosystem: The tip of the iceberg
Bespoke functionality can include some of the following features:
- Fully branded and tailored platform, including web and mobile apps
- Media integration
- Integration of custom or unique file formats
- Bespoke algorithms
- Specialised nutrition integration
- Tailored notifications
- Custom wellness and nutrition integration
- Integration and/or reporting on any data based input
- Managed support function, or integrated with your existing support system
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Today’s Plan has worked closely with Team Sky to build an advanced analytics and training system to be used by sport directors, team doctors, nutritionists, coaches and riders.
The platform supports not just on-bike and on-body sensor data, but also integrates in external data such as weather, nutrition and wellness data from a range of fitness systems – allowing extensive data correlation for enhanced decision making.
“Today’s Plan understand that every rider is different and each race and each training session is carefully planned with a specific goal in mind. This is why need to have a robust training data platform, both in terms of planning and analysis.
“Of course, this is sport, and so we also need a platform which is adaptable and a partner who can adapt to our changing needs. That is what Today’s Plan provide for Team Sky.”
Tim Kerrison, Head of Performance Support.
The partnership has seen the creation of a Stages Cycling training and data analysis platform. This new online system allows Stages Cycling to create specific training programs, tailor data analysis and leverage educational content from Stages’ specialists.
Stages Link will also help users quickly set up their Stages Dash cycling computer and keep tabs on their Stages Power meter, all while being open and compatible with 3rd party devices. This bespoke system allows users to manage all of their cycling needs and devices all in one specialised environment.
“Stages Link is a hub of cloud-based coaching, education, training analysis and equipment management tools, which were developed collaboratively with the analytics experts at Today’s Plan. The system is backed by the industry’s most advanced analysis capabilities currently being used in the professional peloton. Stages Link custom tailors training plans and daily workouts to benefit rider performance and enable performance goals, whether the goal is to simply improve fitness or target specific races over multiple seasons.”
Pat Warner, Stages Cycling.
Train Like Trek-Segafredo
Train Like Trek-Segafredo is a unique training environment that allows riders of all levels to use the same bespoke training system used by a pro cycling team.
Users are able to use the Trek-Segafredo environment complete with training plans, structured workouts and performance tracking dashboards. This is all supported with videos from riders, coaches & DS’s giving each rider essential workout information and invaluable tips and tricks from a pro cycling team.
“The way in which we have set up the Trek-Segafredo dashboard, you can easily analyse your work and performance.”
Josu Larrazabal – Head of Performance, Trek-Segafredo.
Zwift has partnered with Today’s Plan to provide a bespoke platform for their Zwift Academy that offers women cyclists from around the world a chance to win a pro contract with CANYON//SRAM Racing. In 2017, this program has expanded to include a Mens Academy where a cyclist can win an U23 pro contract on Team Dimension Data’s Continental squad.
Today’s Plan has provided a unique environment where the client is able to compare and analyse data from over 3,000 participants using a range of specified metrics.