Wahoo is synonymous with intuitive, cutting-edge fitness products that help athletes get the most out of their training. With the release of the Wahoo SYSTM training app, Wahoo has entered the software space, expanding their ecosystem to include a complete training platform designed to empower athletes of all fitness levels.
SYSTM takes a comprehensive, science-based approach to training, with a diverse workout library that includes immersive cycling, running and swimming sessions, yoga, bodyweight-based strength training and mental training.
SYSTM also features proprietary Four-Dimensional Power™ (4DP) technology, which gives athletes deep insight into their fitness and then tailors all of the workouts and plans to match their unique profile. Performance targets are individualized to each athlete so every interval is at the exact intensity necessary to improve.
Knowing that training has to be motivating to be effective, SYSTM launches with a diverse library of new, immersive content categories, including:
The Sufferfest: Pro race footage, driving soundtracks, and engaging storylines set to challenging workouts. Served with a dose of humor.
On Location: Guided tours of some of cycling’s most iconic routes.
ProRides: Immersive race simulations that combine first-person camera footage from pro races with elite riders’ power files, scaled to the user’s 4DP™ profile.
A Week With: Spend a week training with Wahoo athletes. Go behind the scenes and see how they live and work.
Inspiration: Cycling-focused films and documentaries matched to recovery and endurance workouts.
Strength Training: A more focused, integrated approach to strength training that benefits runners, multisport athletes, and cyclists.
SYSTM is available for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android platforms and is designed to work with connected fitness devices from most major manufacturers, allowing athletes to use the smart trainer, power meter, heart rate monitor, or cadence sensor of their choice.
On the heels of the SYSTM launch, Wahoo also released The Knowledge podcast. To cater to time-crunched athletes, The Knowledge features 15-minute deep dives into specific training topics.