What personal data is needed for a perfect training plans?

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Your personal data is an important base for a great training plan. Keep your profile up-to-date to get accurate training information. You can edit your personal profile in the TriCoreTraining service on your own.

 

Edit profile

Add your personal profile. Some calculations in the training plan are based on your correct birthday. Your address is necessary for your PREMIUM membership.

Edit training information

Here you can adapt the settings for your training plan. You choose your main training direction  by selecting your preferred sport.

It’s important to tell us whether you’re a beginner or not, because this influences your training plan a lot. If you suffer any health problems, please talk to your doctor before starting your workouts! You are not allowed to do any workouts with any health problems!

As many athletes, also have to follow their day time jobs :), they don’t have a lot of time, that’s why we offers you the possibility to enter your free weekly hours for training.

Don’t forget to define your lactate threshold for bike workouts and run workouts. We have some articles on how to measure your lactate threshold. This influences your heart rate zones and your training intensity. You can then set these zones in your heart rate montior.

Edit weight goals

If you want to lose weight, define your current weight and your target weight. As long as you don’t get too thin, less weight makes you faster and preserves your joints.

Edit Metric

You can set units for distance, height, weight etc. for the metric system in your country.

Edit Password

Password changes on a regular base increase your security, unfortunately this let you forget the password more often ;).

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