By Peaksware, LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2010-12-15
  • Current Version: 9.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 73.12 MB
  • Developer: Peaksware, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 4,818 Ratings


TrainingPeaks is the perfect fitness app for triathletes, cyclists, runners, from beginner to elite. Whether your goal is to complete an IRONMAN, run a half marathon, or finish a Gran Fondo, our app will help you achieve your best result. Compatibility: TrainingPeaks is compatible with over 100 apps and devices. Plus, the Auto Sync feature lets you easily sync your workouts from devices like Garmin, MyFitnessPal, Suunto, Wahoo Fitness, and others. Monitor Your Training: • Access all of your workouts while on the go • Track your fitness progress with easy to use charts and graphs • Keep track of your training stats like power, speed, distance, and more • Add metrics like weight and sleep to get a full picture of your training • View time spent in training zones for power, heart rate, and pace for every workout • See peak values for every workout and over time • Track equipment usage Go Premium: • Plan your workouts in advance from your iPhone or iPad • Create your season Annual Training Plan • Target your perfect build and taper with the Performance Management Chart • Communicate with your coach via post activity comments • Use the Advanced Search Option to find any workout • Create custom intervals to view specific data • Create a workout library to quickly create training schedules The Premium subscription is available through Apple In-App Purchases. The one month Premium subscription is a one time payment of $19.99. The one year Premium subscription is a one time payment of $119.99. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use: If enabled this app reads blood glucose data from the Health app. The blood glucose data is displayed on your Workout Details chart. Trusted Partner of: IRONMAN, USA Cycling, USA Triathlon, British Cycling, British Triathlon, Cycling Australia, Cannondale-Drapac, USTFCCCA, and others.



  • Awesome

    By Killo 11
    This program makes tracking and creating a training program so easy. It helps me stay motivated and has taken my training to a new level. Getting a GPS and heart rate monitor helps utilize the program to its full potential and I would highly suggest it. When I got my GPS heart rate monitor I was concerned that it would be hard to import my data but it has been a breeze. I suggest the pro version too. All in all it’s an amazing app!
  • Great app

    By RandomUser1111119999
    Great app
  • Not for Apple Watch

    By Coffeeclutches
    Does not import data other than blood glucose from the health app. Clearly you have the API, you should import all the data from the health app to enable iOS and Apple Watch users. This app was a waste of my time.
  • Works Great!

    By hagermd
    Bug free and easy to use.
  • Smart!

    By DickGraysonNightwing
    Highly recommended for any athlete that wants to track his/her progress. You can do SO many things. My favorite parts are the integration with coaching plans and being able to export those workouts into your watch or bike computer so you can have the workouts right on your wrist.
  • Connected

    By Lolo777lolo
    Real connected and wonderful in conjunction with my trainer!!! Thanks I would recommend to everyone and I do!😁🙏🤸‍♂️😎
  • The best training log, hands down!

    By Bygollymolly12
    I’ve been using TP for over five years, and there’s nothing else that can compare to its analytical tools or ease-of-use! Premium account is pricey but definitely worth it in terms of workout planning and HR analysis
  • Navigation is easy

    By Jesrunneralabama
    It's very easy to move workouts between days, edit notes, add notes, delete events made in error, and keep track of coach comments. Very pleased with the visual cues in the app.
  • Works, Could Be Better

    By Arts&Ideas
    TP works. Tracking, planning even predicting fitness during steady, focused training is made sensible. Unlike Strava, Wahoo or Garmin (I use them all) TP correlates accumulated inputs, creating a set of personal fitness curves. The others just track day to day events. That said, the presentation of information — how data is made relevant and meaningful — caters a bit to engineers, data freaks and geeks. Users have to negotiate screens/pages in the UI built around an old school “dashboard” motif. This is not a dealbreaker — there is no other tool like it — but the limited page customization limits personalization. Even as the best of breed, geeky, blank or impersonal views of data pulls TP from an A to a B.
  • DeltaJ

    By drjklj
    This is the by far most incredible overall fitness tracking and monitoring software I have ever seen !!! I use it religiously in a goal to achieve injury free (or, at least, extremely mitigated) peak fitness and performance .