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In the midst of the excitement stood a tent at the 2016 Santos Tour Down Under run by the guys from Todays Plan, a homegrown Australian training and analytic platform designed for use by all types of cyclists.

Whether you’re training for a 6-day stage race like the TDU or just want to be fit and to enjoy riding your bike, Todays Plan is an online training platform for all levels.

Todays Plan targets any cycling enthusiast who wishes to undertake structured training and features a training plan generator that can create very personalized programs with a simple questionnaire to develop goals and an understanding of time commitments.

It also offers cycling coaches a platform to efficiently digest the data of their athletes with unique graphs and analytic tables, as well as increased accessibility to communicate with their athletes and the use of comparative graphs to outline the progression of every athlete together at once.

Part of being a modern online platform, Todays Plan also has the ability to ingest data from emerging sensor sources such as the FitBit to track sleep patterns and recovery status.

With direct online support from sport scientists and programs designed by leading Australian cycling coach Mark Fenner, it’s just another way Todays Plan offers accessible training for all levels of cyclists.

Managing Director Ben Bowley told Bicycling Australia the aim of Todays plan is to make sense of the data that cyclist’s collect and turn it into information. Having structured training is also important to plan the progression of a cyclist’s performance towards their goals and that’s what he wants Todays Plan to help customers achieve.

Todays Plan is the same platform that WorldTour team Trek-Segafredo use who recently began their partnership together. Using feedback from the WorldTour team, Todays Plan will be able to further develop their platform for maximum efficiency and rider enjoyment.

Visit their website and take advantage of the free trial Todays Plan offer.

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