You can read the following data types from TrainingPeaks:
You can write the following data types to TrainingPeaks:
The following data types are updates-only to TrainingPeaks. This means that our de-duping algorithms are not used for these types:
The easiest way to get started is to follow our Getting Started Guide, which will walk you through how to exchange data between TrainingPeaks and many other services!
Are you looking to get more out of our TrainingPeaks integration? Check out our How It Works, which will walk you through how to unlock the full power of FitnessSyncer.
TrainingPeaks will either sync daily steps, resting heart rate, and similar metrics, or requires that your workouts have deep analytics of the laps or distance. Generally, when you do not see data in TrainingPeaks, it is because the data is not sufficiently rich for TrainingPeaks to make use of it.
If you are not sure if you do or do not have data with deep analytics, the easiest way to tell is to look at your Stream and see if there is a Download link for GPX or TCX files. If you do not have data with deep analytics, make sure that FitnessSyncer is configured to use it. For example, this information would only come through for Garmin Connect (Sports) and would not be available in Garmin Connect (Wellness).
TrainingPeaks only provides us summary data, primarily to help us prevent publishing duplicates; however, if you need a basic summary of your activities, you can also use this feed for your own needs, which is why we expose it.
Resting Heart Rate is part of our Activity Data Source, so start by:
This option will only synchronize the daily summary items to TrainingPeaks.
Configure the source just like the above; however, because we take your average PulseOx in Garmin when sending it to TrainingPeaks, we recommend that you add a filter to your TrainingPeaks destination for Not Today to your Oxygen destination.
TrainingPeaks does not allow uploads of metric data older than one year.
TrainingPeaks does not provide calorie information in their API at this time.
Yes, by toggling the Prefer Private Activities on your Settings, we will automatically mark activities uploaded to TrainingPeaks as Private.
We upload each destination task independently, and TrainingPeaks currently shows those as separate metrics. TrainingPeaks is planning on merging all metrics together in the future.