I’m a 66 year old male, riding for fitness and health, not interesting in racing.
Last year I tested TraningPeaks for my outdoor rides, bought a plan (which was too hard for me). After my free premium period ended, I only use TR for creating and downloading workouts to my Garmin 530.
Joined also Strava last year, but only for logging, and I’m not interested comparing me with others or setting any speed records.
I bought a smart trainer some months ago and joined Kinomap. It’s a nice application where you can cycle in different environments. But if you are interested of structured plans/workouts, It’s not so good.
After Kinomap I tested was Sufferfest. It’s a nice app but I didn’t like their plans with 4-5 workouts a week (century plan). It’s too much for me. I rather do not more then 3, because I also do strength training twice a week.
So I switched application again. Now to TrainerRoad, which I’m still using and doing their low volume SS-plan. My plan is/was to continue with TR until my outdoor season starts in april, and then create my own plans.
And then I found some weeks ago TrainerDay. And I can’t make my mind up I if shall abandon TR and get a premium account here or not. The monthly fee is lower, but that’s not important for me. I have read all information on the website about all features of TD.
As I said, when my outdoor season starts, I probably will create my own workouts. And I’m not sure if TD will help me with this so much.