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Become part of our running community

Become part of our running community

Become part of our running community

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We’d love to welcome you

We’d love to welcome you

We’d love to welcome you

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Personalised training plan

Based on your fitness calibration and historical data (if provided), we’ll design a training plan.

2 goal adjustments per month

Changing your goal? We’ll change your plan.

In it for the long run

We don’t limit plans for 1 or 2 weeks and then need you to upgrade your subscription. We’re by your side until your goal date.

Feedback

After each session, coach Christophe provides you with feedback.

Peak

3.99

Billed monthly

Everything included in Free, plus:

Everything included in Free, plus:

Select training days

With Peak you’re in command. Tell us when you’re able to train and which training session you’d like to prioritize.

Swap sessions

Not enough time to run your planned session? Or just not feeling it today? That’s life as it happens. No worries. Swap or delete the planned session.

Race predictor for the shorter distances

Whilst training for that big event, it’s also interesting to see what Trenara predicts for those other, shorter distances. Runners, yeah, we’re nosy.

Adjust goal up to 3x/month

Your event got cancelled? Or did you change your mind? No problem. Select a new goal, and we’ll provide an adapted training plan.

Stats

As runners, we do love charts and numbers. With a subscription, you unlock our dashboard stats, which will give you more insight in your mileage (week/plan).

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Peak Pro

9.99

Billed monthly

30-day free trial

Everything included in Peak, plus:

Everything included in Peak, plus:

Load-adjusted workouts

Feel like mixing up your run? Trenara, your new coach, adjusts the next session to keep you on track, even if it deviates from the schedule.

Garmin export

Export your Peak Pro schedule to your Garmin device effortlessly. Simply press start, and you're good to go.

Pre-race races

Training for a longer distance goal? Add shorter races to your schedule to test your legs. Let us know what and when, and we'll adjust your plan.

Elevation, height and terrain adjustments

Hilly course? No problem – we'll adjust the pace. Prefer off-road and single tracks? Lucky for you, we won't demand the same fast intervals as on a track.

RPE

With RPE (Rate of Perceived Exertion), you share how each session feels, regardless of our expectations. Your feedback is crucial for personalizing your training plan further and making it even more tailored to you.

Strength Training

Get a personalised strength training plan, designed by Olympic S&C coach Maarten Thysen.

More stats

Runners adore charts and numbers. A subscription unlocks our dashboard stats, offering deeper insights into your weekly and overall mileage.

Want to know a little more? We’ve got you!

Want to know a little more? We’ve got you!

Want to know a little more? We’ve got you!

Want to know a little more? We’ve got you!

With questions come answers. In our FAQ, you'll find the answers to the most frequently asked questions within the community. Every aspect of the app is covered.

With questions come answers. In our FAQ, you'll find the answers to the most frequently asked questions within the community. Every aspect of the app is covered.

Trenara and power meters: why not?

When it comes to cycling, power meters are a very reliable source of data. And although it’s on our wishlist, we’re not there yet when it comes to running: – the output of data differs depending on the hardware supllier (eg. Stryd & Garmin). If 1 watt is 1 watt, how can that be the case? Because the measurements are incorrect. Research at the KU Leuven pointed out that the lower back might be the best region to measure power output regading running. – there’s no scientific consensus on the use of “watts” in the training theory of running. – the market, at this moment, is too small. We’re looking forward to future developments, so we can gather more data. Considering our ‘multi sport’ development, we can assure you that power meters are our tool of choice to measure training intensity.

Trenara and power meters: why not?

When it comes to cycling, power meters are a very reliable source of data. And although it’s on our wishlist, we’re not there yet when it comes to running: – the output of data differs depending on the hardware supllier (eg. Stryd & Garmin). If 1 watt is 1 watt, how can that be the case? Because the measurements are incorrect. Research at the KU Leuven pointed out that the lower back might be the best region to measure power output regading running. – there’s no scientific consensus on the use of “watts” in the training theory of running. – the market, at this moment, is too small. We’re looking forward to future developments, so we can gather more data. Considering our ‘multi sport’ development, we can assure you that power meters are our tool of choice to measure training intensity.

Trenara and heart rate: how and why?

Heart rate is a very difficult variable because of multiple reasons: – not everyone knows their threshold heart rate (a recent lab test is a must), which means they don’t know their heart rate zones. Tools like 220 minus or training zones derived from maximum heart rate formulae aren’t correct. – heart rate data are often only correctly measured when wearing a heart rate monitor strap. The rising usage of optical sensors is a drawback when it comes to correct heart rate data. When not measured correctly, heart rate data may jeopardize our analyses and thus the training plan. – when increasing speed, your heart rate lags behind. When executing short intervals this implicates that we can not measure the correct intensity – we’d underestimate your effort. Of course we understand the fact that heart rate based training plans are very popular as a one-size-fits-all solution. But we’re far from that. Because we analyze every second of your training session, heart rate just isn’t the best parameter out there. You should also bear in mind that the popularity of heart rate dates from a period when their were no GPS’s for runners or power meters for cyclists: it was the best thing that was available in the 80’s en 90’s. But we’ve evolved. For all those reasons we give our users the option to use heart rate as an input parameter (based on a lab test), but we don’t offer training plans based on heart rate (yet).

Trenara and heart rate: how and why?

Heart rate is a very difficult variable because of multiple reasons: – not everyone knows their threshold heart rate (a recent lab test is a must), which means they don’t know their heart rate zones. Tools like 220 minus or training zones derived from maximum heart rate formulae aren’t correct. – heart rate data are often only correctly measured when wearing a heart rate monitor strap. The rising usage of optical sensors is a drawback when it comes to correct heart rate data. When not measured correctly, heart rate data may jeopardize our analyses and thus the training plan. – when increasing speed, your heart rate lags behind. When executing short intervals this implicates that we can not measure the correct intensity – we’d underestimate your effort. Of course we understand the fact that heart rate based training plans are very popular as a one-size-fits-all solution. But we’re far from that. Because we analyze every second of your training session, heart rate just isn’t the best parameter out there. You should also bear in mind that the popularity of heart rate dates from a period when their were no GPS’s for runners or power meters for cyclists: it was the best thing that was available in the 80’s en 90’s. But we’ve evolved. For all those reasons we give our users the option to use heart rate as an input parameter (based on a lab test), but we don’t offer training plans based on heart rate (yet).

On what base does Trenara send the feedback messages?

We compare your effort to what we had planned for you in your training plan, based on the input parameter of your choice. If there’s little variation between planned and executed, you’ll get a pat on the back 😉 If there's a bigger difference, Christophe will alert you.

On what base does Trenara send the feedback messages?

We compare your effort to what we had planned for you in your training plan, based on the input parameter of your choice. If there’s little variation between planned and executed, you’ll get a pat on the back 😉 If there's a bigger difference, Christophe will alert you.

How does Trenara know where my running fitness is at?

We can’t tell you in detail, because we’d have to kill you 😉 Our algorithm helps us to analyze your historical data. Sometimes we underestimate your fitness, but when we see a new ‘best’ during a training session, you get a fitness calibration message from us. This way we get to know you better.

How does Trenara know where my running fitness is at?

We can’t tell you in detail, because we’d have to kill you 😉 Our algorithm helps us to analyze your historical data. Sometimes we underestimate your fitness, but when we see a new ‘best’ during a training session, you get a fitness calibration message from us. This way we get to know you better.

I combine running with other sports, does Trenara take that into account?

As of now our focus is 100% running. If you combine other sports, there’s a possibility that we underestimate your running fitness. In that case you’ll often see a ‘fitness calibration’ message from us. In the meantime we already developped a new algorithm that will help us to analyze other sports and take them into account for your running schedule.

I combine running with other sports, does Trenara take that into account?

As of now our focus is 100% running. If you combine other sports, there’s a possibility that we underestimate your running fitness. In that case you’ll often see a ‘fitness calibration’ message from us. In the meantime we already developped a new algorithm that will help us to analyze other sports and take them into account for your running schedule.

Can I register a training session with the app?

No, we’re not a sports tracker. You can take your favorite app or wearable to track your sessions and upload them to Strava, Garmin Connect or Polar Flow. Sync our app with one (of two) of these platforms and we’ll analyze your session.

Can I register a training session with the app?

No, we’re not a sports tracker. You can take your favorite app or wearable to track your sessions and upload them to Strava, Garmin Connect or Polar Flow. Sync our app with one (of two) of these platforms and we’ll analyze your session.

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So, are your ready to get started?

Become part of a community of 75,000+ unique runners

The app has already helped tens of thousands of runners to responsibly tackle their challenges, leading to tens of thousands of personal bests.

What are you waiting for?

So, are your ready to get started?

Become part of a community of 75,000+ unique runners

The app has already helped tens of thousands of runners to responsibly tackle their challenges, leading to tens of thousands of personal bests.

What are you waiting for?