By Peaksware, LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2010-12-15
  • Current Version: 9.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.02 MB
  • Developer: Peaksware, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 6,266 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: Trusted Partner of: IRONMAN, USA Cycling, USA Triathlon, British Cycling, British Triathlon, Cycling Australia, Cannondale-Drapac, USTFCCCA, and others.



  • Amazing

    By Evotucson
    I absolutely love this software. It is simple to use and i have logged every training session for 3 years on it and can go back and compare my performances on so many levels.
  • Needs Apple Watch Support

    By mfink
    App is good, but $10/month and no Apple Watch support is a problem. I’ll buy premium when there’s a stand-alone Apple Watch app that syncs with the iPhone app.
  • Great App

    By Down-n-out
    Downloaded and setup my TP account for Sufferfest training plans. It I a one stop place to keep track of all of your workout activities. I highly recommend this app.
  • Very helpful

    By Dan.Tri
    Took a little work to sync with my Garmin Connect App but now work seamlessly!
  • Exactly what I was looking for.

    By Cax9
    Training Peaks was the app I had been looking for FOREVER that could facilitate coach/athlete communication easily and conveniently.
  • Great program

    By runnergarland
    There is nothing not to like about it. Able to measure the results on a regular basis Everyone should use it.

    By Mpurt26
    I have used TRAININGPEAKS now for almost 2 years with great success! Having the ability to plan, view, and record my workouts has been an absolute valuable resource for me and now my new coach. I would suggest this fantastic resource for any serious and even the novice athlete.
  • Coaching.

    By GlideOne1
    I just hire the services of an excellent cycling coach for my kid. He set up the account. The graphics and the way everything is logged and broken down, is just awesome. He does both indoors and outdoors riding. logging all the workouts is seamless.
  • Cycle Training

    By Brian Fisher.
    My first time using TP. My cycling coach uses the program. I really like it. The data, info, newsletters, etc. Had a bit of a learning curve and every now and then downloading via the app onto my Garmin doesn’t work initially. I would very highly recco it.
  • The only way to track greatness

    By Darwinfighter
    I have used training peaks for years. Through many Ironman races, 70.3 Ironman and marathons. It’s the one pros use for a reason. Just can’t beat the data.