We’re excited to announce a couple of big app updates. The first update centers around our Workout Builder in the Beta Platform. If you or your coach have been creating structured workouts to execute on a fitness device like Garmin (using our Garmin Connect IQ™ app) or Zwift, you can now see the details of… [Read More]
Features & Tutorials
All athletes train differently. Some may prefer to use heart rate training while some may prefer power, while others prefer to train using pace. As a coach, it can often be time consuming to create multiple workouts for each type of training target (heart rate, power, pace). Our new Workout Builder feature for coaches makes… [Read More]
A frequent question we get is how to manually upload a workout file to an athlete’s calendar or to an existing planned workout on that athlete’s calendar. This blog will detail out the steps to do this, and also show you how to manually export these files from Garmin Connect and from Strava (scroll to… [Read More]
FinalSurge.com announces the launch of their new Garmin Connect IQ app, giving athletes the ability to build and download structured workouts on Connect IQ-enabled Garmin devices. The new Final Surge beta web platform allows athletes and their coaches to build running, cycling and swimming workouts using pace, heart rate and power values, targeted zones, and… [Read More]
Introducing the Pain & Injury Report (PAIR), a simple way for athletes and coaches to track pain and injuries that occur during workouts. By tracking pains and injuries closer, coaches can help athletes take the necessary steps to overcome them quicker or avoid them altogether.
Coaches and club leaders can now launch their own private social wall within the Final Surge app, allowing athletes to interact with each other, share workouts, post photos, comments and more!
We have updated our iOS and Android apps to include the Mailbox, a feature that allows coaches to send messages to athletes, teams and clubs. The Mailbox integrates with conventional email systems and push notifications to ensure no message is missed.
Addaero athletes and coaches can now import their workout history and their workout library/catalog into Final Surge. Final Surge has been working with Addaero to help make the transition between the platforms as easy as possible.
Apple Watch users can now utilize the RunGap app for iOS to easily upload their workouts to Final Surge. RunGap allows you to share your activity with Final Surge from over 20 of the most popular services including Nike+, Runtastic, RunKeeper and more.
Apple Watch users can now easily get their data into Final Surge by downloading the HealthFit app for iOS. HealthFit has no recurring in-app purchases and has full support for all workouts, including lap swimming.
The EliteHRV app now allows you to send your HRV score and your Resting Heart Rate data to Final Surge. EliteHRV is a global leader in Heart Rate Variability and one of the most widely used HRV apps for endurance sports athletes and coaches.
The HRV4Training iOS and Android app now syncs HRV and Resting Heart Rate data directly to Final Surge. HRV4Training is the only scientifically validated HRV app that doesn’t require an external sensor.
You can now sync MapMyRun, Under Armour Record, and other UA Connected Fitness apps with Final Surge, enabling any workout completed or uploaded through those apps to automatically populate your Final Surge training log calendar.
Coaches who use Final Surge now have the ability to launch their own Coach Page to help market their coaching services and sell their own training plans online.
The Hansons Running Calculator has been updated to be used for any race distance, provides equivalent race times, and now adjusts paces for changes in temperature and humidity.
You can now edit imported GPS workout data in Final Surge. This allows you to adjust statistics such as distance, duration, elevation, heart rate, power and more.