The Sufferfest is the most comprehensive, effective training app available for cyclists and triathletes, giving you everything you need to get stronger, faster, and tougher.
** Exclusive to The Sufferfest, Four-Dimensional Power (4DP™) measures how you produce power across a range of efforts to determine your Rider Type, identify your primary area for improvement, and personalize the power targets in your workouts based on your complete profile. Find out more here: https://vimeo.com/238124644
Get unlimited access to:
** Library of structured cycling workouts designed by elite coaches, including 28 NoVid workouts without an associated video.
** Running and triathlon workouts.
** Strength training for cyclists programme.
** 36 15-minute yoga for cyclists videos to improve your core strength, enhance flexibility, and speed recovery.
** A powerful 10-week mental toughness programme to build the 4 habits of the mentally tough: goal setting, positive thinking, strong focus, and reviewing to improve performance.
** Over 100 training plans for road, triathlon, cyclocross and xc mtb; novice to advanced. Add yoga, strength training, or mental toughness to any plan with the click of a button.
Create your own account at TheSufferfest.com and then connect your devices via ANT+ or Bluetooth 4.0. Control your smart trainer or use Virtual Watts with a conventional trainer and BTLE / ANT+ speed sensor.
* iPhone: 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X, Xs, Xs Max, Xr
* iPad: iPad Retina, Mini, Mini (Retina), Air, Air 2, Pro or newer
* iOS 10.0 or greater
* Apple 30pin to Lightning adapter and Wahoo ANT Key required to connect to ANT+ devices (No key required if you have Bluetooth devices)
For more information visit:
** Our website: https:/thesufferfest.com
** Questions? Email: TheMinions@TheSufferfest.com.
The latest version of The Sufferfest Training System is now available. It features a ton of fixes and enhancements under the hood to improve stability and performance. That’s not all. We’ve also added:
* Full screen video display for iPhone X / Xs / Xr users.
* A new and improved search bar.
* An updated achievements page.
* More accurate calculation of your Training Stress Score®.
* Improved display of yoga, strength training, and mental toughness activities on larger iPads.
Get in there.
Ratings and Reviews
Great App That Has It All
I really enjoy the Sufferfest app. It is nice to have one app that has all the rides, yoga, and now strength training workouts that I need. I have stuck to cycling and running exclusively for a few years, and I have noticed my overall strength and flexibility have declined. As they say too much of a good thing isn’t necessarily a good thing. I’ve been wanting to incorporate flexibility along with core and upper body strength into my workout routine for some time now. The yoga and strength plans have a wide array of difficulties and durations. Some are 15 minutes long which is great if I want to have a cool down stretch via a yoga video or a quick strength session after work. I also like that the app has medals you can earn. They seem frivolous sometimes but they have motivated me to do a ride because I want to keep my streak going.
If I could change or ask for one thing, I would ask for the ability to add a plan to my personal calendar. I haven’t figured out a way to take say a cycling plan and add it to a calendar outside of the TrainingPeaks platform. I use a different service for my cycling analysis so I don’t want to pay for TeainingPeaks just to plan my workouts. My very untechnical workaround for this is to print off the plan and keep track with pencil and paper. However, it would be nice to save some trees and have this information electronically.
SF is first rate!
For three or four off seasons I used the original “purchased” SF videos. I always figured I didn’t need to join the newer service plan as I had purchased 13 videos over those previous years. That was until I learned how training with power was way better than just perceived effort and cadence. I don’t have a smart trainer, but just completing an FTP test on a friends smart trainer set my FTP and gave me a good idea of what my different wattages feel like. Using that and following one of the SF training programs has got me working harder and smarter. I’ll pick up an ANT+ sensor to upgrade to virtual watts in the short run and will be picking up some Garmin Vector 3’s for accurate power readings this spring. Sufferfest makes trainer rides fun and for a low cost fee, delivers a lot of physical benefits. Well done Sufferfest.
Ok training app
I started subscribing to Sufferfest because I wanted a training app that would control the resistance on the bike and had real video content. Didn’t like Zwift —don’t want to look at cartoon characters when I ride indoors. There are no mountain biking videos that I have found. And all but one of the videos I have ridden with feature male riders. There virtually are no female riders in their content. I assume they want to capture the female cycling audience as they do feature a female on their opening screen. But that is essentially where the female cyclists end. If I’m wrong, please correct me Sufferfest. It’s not that I mind looking at men in spandex but I am a female rider who is inspired by other female riders/racers. And I don’t road ride at all, so would love some updated content with mountain biking. Overall, the functionality works well. They recently made some upgrades which fixed some bugs. Their customer support is also helpful.
- The Sufferfest Pte Ltd
- 200 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © The Sufferfest Pte Ltd 2017
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