TRAINING PLANS

Day after day, session after session, we accompany you towards your goal.

DISCIPLINE
OBJECTIVE
FORMAT
WEEKS OF TRAINING
WEEKLY VOLUME

A LOOK AT YOUR PLAN

(make your selection above)

All GUTAÏ training plans are based on the concept of “periodization”. This consists of building your weeks into blocks of different intensity in order to maximize your body’s adaptations to the exercise.

Your Calendar gathers all your sessions of the week. Browse your session sheets to find out your objectives, intensities, durations, recommended grounds, and nutritional advice.

Your training intensities are are determined according to the concept of “critical intensity”. The latter is established thanks to specific tests at the beginning of the program, then automatically readjusted, for an optimal individualization of your sessions.

1. I create my account /
I log in

2. I choose my plan

3. Let’s gooo!

COMPOSITION OF THE PLAN

All the functions of a coach at hand.

Different intensities per training condition (indoor, outdoor flat, outdoor uphill) and based on your own performance.

Nutritional recommendations before/during/after exercise to support your body’s cellular adaptations to training.

A follow-up of your state of form based on your sensations at rest and during exercise, and on your cardiac data during exercise and recovery.

A follow-up of your performances to trace your profile and highlight your progress.

Graphical and statistical analyses that combine the power of Artificial Intelligence and our field / scientific skills.

The possibility to add or change sessions of the program thanks to a bank of 1000+ sessions.

BEING WELL PREPARED DOES NOT MEAN EXHAUSTING YOURSELF OR INJURING YOURSELF.

BEING WELL PREPARED MEANS GETTING YOUR BODY IN CONDITION.
THE BEST CONDITIONS.

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The added value of this application can quickly be seen: giving meaning to all training data. With GUTAÏ we now know what we’re doing, where we’re going and why!

GUTAÏ’s main mission is to automatically analyze the data related to our state of form. The point is obvious: a training plan that makes it possible to exclude important states of fatigue.