Clone or copy training sessions and training notes by drag & drop in the monthly or weekly training calendar.
This is the Tredict application changelog, which is only available in English.
Tredict is released regularly by the continuous delivery paradigm, thus we do not have fixed version numbers.
You can find the current release dates in the about section of the application.
Clone or copy training sessions and training notes by drag & drop in the monthly or weekly training calendar.
Promote yourself and create a public coach profile under "Training plans" -> "Public Profile". You can add your name, a description, an image or logo, spoken languages, hyperlinks to your website and social media profiles and a lot of more data to describe yourself. This profile will show up in search engines. The feature will be always free. You do not need write access for this.
Visit the public coaches directory now.
Make your own reusable training plans public and publish them with Tredict under a Creative Commons license. This helps you to promote yourself or your product and gaining online reach. Other athletes and Tredict users are able to acquire your published plan.
Your published training plan will appear in the public training plans directory, in search engines and in the Tredict app under "Training plans -> Search plans".
You can share and embed one single plan or also all of your published plans by embeding a static HTML snippet into your website. For this static snippet you do not need a privacy disclaimer on your site, which makes it convinient for your users. Another and additional way is to request JSON data of your plan and process it by yourself. You can find those snippets and data urls in the "Share & Embed" tab of your plan or plans list.
This is an live embeded plan snippet:
As an athlete you can search now for training plans created by others and acquire them into your own account. You can apply an acquired training plan as often you like into your own training calender.
Search for plans in the category "Training plans -> Search plans" or the public training plan directory.
It is possible to apply your own time zone on virtual activies, like from Zwift or Rouvy, now. Go to 'Settings -> Preferences' to adjust your time zone preferences for virtual activties.
The old setting is using the time zone of the virtual activities position, which could lead to strange behaviour in your training calendar.
This is possible with executed training sessions, if you are the owner, and for all planned training session of your athletes. Click on the options dropdown on the training details page to find the calendar event download option.
Display effort bars (TRIMP) in the form chart. The effort is the underlying base value for the fitness and fatique calcuation, so it is nice to show it too in the form chart. You are able to turn the display of the effort bars on or off.
Access and synchronise your Tredict calendar to other calendars like Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, all Apple Calendars, Mozilla Thunderbird and many more. Get notifications on your mobile device for upcoming training events this way.
Generate an .ics-link in the "Settings -> Preferences" tab and add the URL to your prefered calendar software as a calendar.
Correct and override the activities base values like duration, elapsed time and distance. The "pace by distance" will be auto recalculated based on these values.
To change other metrics like effort, heart rate or power, use the pencil icon to edit the series date like described here: Edit and correct faulty series data
The aggregations charts showing the total sum or average of the selected date range now.
If you display multiple aggregation charts below each other, the dates on the x-axis are now aligned and showing the same date range for better comparisation.
During creation or adjustment of a planned training the live preview of the form chart did not recalculate. This did not affect the real calculated form, after saving or updating a training. So this accidental bug was just an inconvinience or missing feature during planning.
Live recalculation of the form chart means: If you adjust the effort of a planned training, the form chart will immediately show the effects in the form chart, on your training details planning page.
Create your own private training plans in the new category "Training plans". Apply a self-created training plan with a given start date or end date to your or your athletes calendars. The training plan capacities values like heart rate or power automatically adjust on the targets profile by their capacity revisions. It is possible to apply one plan to several connected athletes at once!
Read the blog article about it: Create and reuse your own training plans
Tredict integrated the Adidas Running API. Adidas Running is also known as Runtastic. You can now auto sync your activities recorded in the Adidas Running app to Tredict. All sports are supported for synchronization, even those without GPS signal. Tredict combines the available JSON and optional GPX data and converts them internaly into the Garmin FIT format. If you download the "orignal file" from Tredict, you will get a .fit file then.
The optional history import backfills up to 2000 older activties from the Adidas Running app.
In comparision to the target value mode, which takes a +/- padding for the range, it is also possible now to define a relative capacity range for each segment easily by specifiy the relative percentage values. Just define the target zone and give from-to-percentage values for hrMax, hrLth, FTP and FTPa.
To take titles and descriptions from Garmin Connect, enable it under Settings > Services. Those titles will only be applied, if the activity wasn't modified with an own title or description beforehands.
Apply templates directly with the templates pool card in the training calendar via drag&drop.
The wmflabs map tile server seems to be not longer maintained. This affects the OpenStreetMap Black&White map and also the HikeBike map. They are replaced now with CartoDB Black&White and the Esri Open Topo Map as an appropiate alternative.
Move single segments up or down during training session creation in the segments list. Also it is possible to duplicate a segment for reuse and further adjustments.
If you own a glucose meter device which is storing measuring data during your activity in your .fit compatible fitness device, you are now able to display and analyse the glucose metric in the training details, series, aggreagation, relations and calendar table list.
Connect to your Today's Plan account via Tredict. Import your scheduled and structured workouts or even your complete Today's Plan training plan to the Tredict calendar.
You can fetch your Today's Plan workouts by selecting the appropiate calendar page in Tredict and click on the Today's Plan sync button. All workouts according to this date range will be synchronised in the background. The button lets you import your workouts by choosing the type as heart rate, power or speed based.
Plan your indoor cycling training in Tredict and perform it with the icTrainer indoor cycling app.
Switch easily between "Distance" or "Distance by speed" as the primary distance source on the track times and record cards.
Records were calculated with the distance derived from the speed measurement of your device. Now Tredict also offers the records calculated directly by distance, which is normally directly taken from the GPS signal on outdoor activities without further processing. In comparision "Distance by speed" is often taken from a footpod, a speedmeter or just sanitized from outliers by your watch.
With "Distance" as source you can compare your records with those on other plattforms as they often do not offer "Distance by speed".
The differences of both distance sources are of complex nature and will be explained in a future blog post.
Import structured workout or planned training session files from other platforms like TrainingPeaks, Today's Plan, SportsTracks, etc. into the Tredit planned training session page. It is also possible to upload already executed structured workout files from your device. They often still include the actual planned workout. This makes third party workouts reusable in Tredict. You find the upload button in the right top corner of the planned training page.
Currently only the Garmin .fit format for structured workouts is supported.
If you have an iOS device, with RunGap, you are able to sync your workout history from other training platforms to Tredict.
In the right corner of the training series card, you find a playback button now. The training playback replays your activity in the series charts and map. Replay it in real time or time lapsed with the time lapse slider.
If you have a pace zone between 5:00 min/km and 4:00 min/km, the auto fill suggestion will be around 4:25 min/km now.
Track your swimming equipment used for your swimming activities in a dedicated equipment section.
There is no need to track swimming equipment in the general equipment section anymore.
Select a sport variant in a planned workout. A variant of running is for example "trail running".
Convert your Polar JSON training session files, generally found in the Polar Flow Export, to Garmin FIT files with the public Polar JSON to FIT Converter.
Tredict is now capable to read and import Polar JSON files.
Those files are found in the Polar Flow Data Export.
☛ How to download all your data from Polar Flow
This means you are able to import your complete Polar Flow training history without any fraction into Tredict.
Internally those .json files are converted to the more widespread .fit file format.
The default values of your capacity and your zones are now aligned and adjusted by your age. For example, the older you are, the lower is the default maximum heart rate in the capacity template.
If you did not set own revisions yet, this change may have an effect on your intensity distribution calculation. If you already set your capacity and zones, nothing changes for you.
Generally the linkage between scheduled and executed training session is done automatically. But sometimes this mechanism matches the wrong counterparts, if there are more possible training sessions considered to match against.
The executed training options dropdown has now the option to link and unlink scheduled training sessions automatically too.
If an executed training session gets associated to a previously planned workout,
you are able to toggle the segments and laps table between the executed and planned segments/laps for comparison.
To do this, press the toggle button at the right of the card header.
By selecting associated planned segments for display in the training series chart of an executed training,
it is possible to overlay your executed series with the planned segments for comparision.
A time offset slider applies a manual offset, if the planned segments do not match in start time and length of the executed training session.
Show your body temperature in the training series charts, statistics and yearly calendar, provided that you have a capable device for measuring your core temperature during your workout.
Trigger a backfill of older Coros activties and import your training history. The backfill works up to 2 years, but as the Coros API only exists since August 2020, currently it is reduced to one year.
Sometimes it is necessary to change the sport type of an executed activity. Especially on older .tcx files, often the correct sport type is not set. Clicking on "Change sport" in the sub menu of the training detail page, opens a card to select another sport type. The original sport type can be restored again, if needed, so a sport type change is not lossy.
Add some more dedicated sport variants like strength training, stretching, yoga, stair climbing, wind surfing, and more...
Open segments, executed on your watch, do not end automatically. Instead you need to manually press the "lap button" on the watch.
It is possible to toggle between the intensity distribution or the training segments preview chart in the monthly and weekly training calendar.
Preview the structure of your training segments in the template selection dropdown. The segments are colorised by intensity. The zone type of the preview is the selected from the intensity distribution.
Besides adding or recreating a new training template it is finally possible to just update existing templates.
Select multiple athletes in the planned training creation dropdown for workout batch creation. By default the target values for each athlete are recalculate based on the capacity reference percentage. Capacity recalculation can be turned off on demand.
Add a batch deletion mode to yearly training calender to delete multiple workouts at once.
If you drag&drop a planned training session in the calendar, it is possible to define a start and end date for a complete date range to be moved.
Show the intensity color for each value in a planned training segment row, if selected in the info details dropdown.
The full-text search input filters the already loaded training sessions with the matching keyword.
The target zone dropdown in each planned segments offers a slider to adjust the range, called also target zone padding. This setting is used at execution time on your watch, so to say in export of workouts to the Garmin Connect calendar or as .FIT directly to your watch.
You can view the range with the "Range" display enabled on the planned segments card.
There is no need to readjust your planned training segment values anymore, after you updated your capacities. Upcoming planned workouts automatically recalculate their segment values, if the related capacity revision changed. Also the percentage value to the capacity reference is displayed on the segment, when enabled on the planned segments card.
On the other hand, executed planned workouts do not change their segment values, this is fixed then, but they change accordingly the capacity percentage value.
It is possible to disable the autocalculation of future workouts in the settings.
To enable this on already planned workouts, before this feature was online, just reapply the values on this workout.
Revisons may contain only single values now. Missing values will be inherited automatically and marked as inherited until they get overriden for this revision date.
Select the revision charts you need and hide unwanted data in the body data or capacity series. If you are only interessted in displaying "weight", you do not get disturbed by the "muscle mass" chart anymore.
Under some circumenstances a planned training was incorrectly transformed to the Garmin Connect planned training format, so this planned workout did not appear in the Garmin Connect calendar. This only affected users of the Garmin Connect Training API.
The selected timespan (week, month, year) is preserved on the local device and applied after reload of the application.
Bring the training detail options, like training deletion, shareing or acitivity file download into one dropdown menu to have it all at one place.
Under some circumenstances, the calendar in the UI showed the parent week of a given date tag, instead of the requested one.
This was due an incorrectly applied timezone and was only noticeable in some timezones.
As this was a bug in the display layer no persisted data was affected.
Automatically synchronize your workouts recorded by your Wahoo device to Tredict.
The Settings->Services option offers a Wahoo connection button now.
Histroy import: Backfill up to 2000 recent workouts from your Wahoo account into Tredict.
A given resting heart rate, higher then heart rate data in the series, lead to wrong effort calculations.
This only happened rarely on breathwork or yoga workouts, where the correct resting heart rate wasn't set.
This lead to too high average power values at cycling activities. A bike power meter is allowed to idle.
Enter or offical times, distances and rankings for your executed races.
Compare yourself with the elite with the calculated age grade performance metric.
Look how you would perform nowadays on older competitions.
Introduction of the "Competitions" page in the "Evaluation" category.
Combine race metrics like rankings, age graded performance and other efficieny metrics in the newly introduced race results table.
Visualze and analyse your progress in the race results time chart with freely configurable metrics.
The swimming total duration is summed up by laps or lengths.
In some case this is not accurate due to measurement inaccuracies of the device.
Tredict takes the total time given by the device itself then.
In addition to the non-distorting simplyfication slider, it is now possible to smooth your series with a slider option too.
This can help you to detect trends or keep a better overview on agitated series.
But keep in mind, smoothing is distorting your series data, so it is not that accurate anymore.
If a chart series has filters set, this is now indicated with an icon on the series button.
It is now possible to add restdays or simple dedicated rest entries to your training schedule. There is now a fifth option for this on the training creation page. These entries will be shown in the weekly and monthly calendar view.
Create a dedicated note entry in your workout schedule to complement your training calendar. Define lunch times, shout-outs or whatever else on your own. You can find this option on the training creation page.
The charts in the evaluation and training detail page got some options to rearrange them easier.
You can move a specific chart up and down now or just remove it.
Determine if your activity has a negative split or a positive split.
A negative split means you ran or rode the second half of the activity faster then the first half.
The split time is displayed in the actvity summary, the annual training table for sorting and the aggregations and relations charts in the analysis.
Suunto watches could utilise overlapping manual laps. This led to wrong duration and distances in the swimming summary, if overlapping laps were existent.
At some cases the detected values were too low.
Automatically synchronize your Tredict workout schedule with the Garmin Connect training calender and sync your workouts to Garmin devices.
The autoset happens only, if the target zone was not set beforehands.
Download of planned activities as FIT file to execute as a workout on supported devices.
Select "Open water swimming" or "Pool swimming" as a variant for planned swimming activities and define a pool length.
Swimming and miscellaneous activties displaying the total cadence and behave like running activities.
It is calculated from the absolute cadence and not from the total pedal kicks.
Add types like warm-up, active, recovery, cool down, pause and generic for planned segments.
The first of January 2021 is still in week 53 by ISO week numbering.
This is supported by Wahoo devices and derivatives.
Assign power, heart rate, pace, grade adjusted pace and cadence to specific grades and get an idea of your performance at climbs and descents.
You can turn the view of this new segment type on or off. Hint: Sort the segments table by climbs/descents to have a short glance.
Add the Fiets Index and a Climb categoriziation to climb segements and the activity summary, if there is a notable elevation.
Add Vertical Speed, Climb and Descent Distance, Climb and Descent Grade, Linear Grade, Grade Variability and Minimum and Maximum Elevation in summary and segments as new elevation metrics.
Available triggers are "manual", "sessionEnd", "distance", "time", "climb", "descent" and "fitnessEquipment". Note: Some devices do not provide the lap trigger, so this won't be displayed.
Simultaneous support of Stryd series like Pace (Stryd), Altitude (Stryd) and Distance (Stryd) besides the native watch series, so you can compare them to the recorded series of your watch. Note: The parallel recording of Stryd and watch series is only supported by some watch/Stryd combinations.
So you will maybe have slightly more gained climb on long rides or runs.
Display Peak EPOC and Recovery Time provided by Suunto watches as proprietary data fields.
Hint: Create a relation chart with Peak EPOC related to Recovery time and see how Recovery time increases in relation to Peak EPOC.
The used revision date of the zones distribution and capacities in the training details view is now displayed and linked to the actual revision in the "Zones & Capacity" category.
Tredict treats them as overlapping now instead of consecutive, which wasn't correct. Suunto for example is able to record a concurrent manual lap besides planned interval laps.
It is now possible to enter a time for a distance and vice versa. So you can define your segments in all possible ways by entering one, two or all values of duration, distance and pace.
Support an "all sports" selector in aggregation, relation and intensity distribution charts of the analysis and evaluation category.
These values are now selectable side by side in the training list and evaluation charts.
The weekly and monthly calendar is supporting drag & drop. Alternatively you can still change the date in the details view by clicking on the date.
If you encoutered problems with trainer invitations, please try again now.
Add missing durations, like pause time, total training duration and walking time, to the training list in the year view.
Edit and modifiy series directly in the series charts of an activity. You can edit almost every base series like heart rate, pace, cadence, power, ground contact time and so on.
The categorization applies in the training table list, analysis charts and laps table.
Show percentage of the maximum capacity in the training series chart values box. This enables you to get a quick overview of the relative values to your maximun heart rate, function threshold power and pace.
On activties with respiration rate, but no power, show respiration rate in the weekly and monthly training overview instead.
Share your training with a picture. Supported aspect ratios are square, story and landscape.
Blog: Share your activity
This extends the altitude difference as a more detailed option.
Open activity direct links of connected athletes, even if the related athlete is not selected beforehands.
Withings-API integration to automatically sync and receive body data metrics, like, weight, muscle mass, fat percentage, etc. from wireless scales.
Polar Vantage swimming activties have now a detailed visualisation and aggregation of speed and distance series.
On demand public activity and embedded code creation for your own site or just for sharing your activties to the public. Find attached a share button on every activity you uploaded and own for yourself.
Keyboard navigation in training list, training details and evaluation pages. Use your left and right arrow keys on the keyboard to navigate quickly through your activties. Press the enter key to panic jump to "todays date" if you are in the training list.
The autodetection of Lactate Threshold Heart Rate, FTP, FTPa and Maximum Heart Rate, enables a takeover of these values into a new capacity revision create with the workout date.
Indicate changes in the activity list of an athlete in the coaches athletes selection dropdown menu with a red dot.
If the FTPa and FTP were set to nearly 0, the resulting power calculation had an extremely small and meaningless value. This calculated power value is now removed, when the FTPa is set to 00:01, because it is useless.
The workout creation series chart is showing pauses now. If you create a segment with a duration, but no speed, thus a pause, the chart will display it as a gap accordingly.
HealthFit automatically syncs your Apple Watch to Tredict.
Suggestions of zone model templates for running, cycling and swimming. The zone model templates are build along base values like lactate threshold, maximum heart rate, FTP or FTPace. There are simple or complex zone templates offered for heart rate, power, pace and even cadence zones. More complex templates follow common training theory and include avoidence zones for example to make a polarized training possible.
The Garmin Connect history import is available again and imports the last 2 years of your activities now.
The capacity card templates were empty due to an incorrectly initiated angloamerican units conversion. This affecected freshly created capacity revisions, if the system of units is set to angloamerican.
The weekly intensity distribution on the add training page, showed the filtered intensity of a selected sport type, instead of the weekly intensity summary of all sport types.
Introduction of a yearly and monthly time period filter for body values charts (weight, fat, water, muscle, resting heart rate).
.tcx-files without own speed series, derived their pace incorrectly from the gps positions, which led to wrong results. Fallback speeds are now derived from the distance in .tcx-files.
Enables are more in detail description of the selected month or week in the activity list.
With monthly resolution the activities overview has a more condensed calendar style representation now, readable from left to right. This enables a quick analysis of the monthly training behaviour.
This led to wrong altitude differences because null was treated as a altitude of 0.
Support for the Stryd Air Power of newer Stryds.
Do not try to parse null dates in some swimming activities laps.
Mark activities as a race and indicate it in the form and performance chart. Highlight races in the training list by the sport types color code. Add a race column to the training list table to enable sorting by race activities.
We are happy to announce the integration of the Suunto App API service, which enables you to sync your activities from your Suunto devices with Tredict.
We are happy to announce the integration of the Polar Flow API service. You will be able to receive activity files automatically now.
Map in calendar view marking each activity with a dot indicating the activity center position. This enables the user to find activities much more quickly on a map if the position is known.
We are happy to announce the integration of the Garmin Connect API service. You will be able to receive activity files and body weight data automatically.
Changes before 01.06.2020 are not tracked in this changelog.