This is the third article in a series about Zwift, please read the first article and second article if you are unsure of what you need to use the service and/or need help logging in.
Zwift’s workout mode is my favorite part of the entire service! It has helped me keep my motivation, focus, and tenacity to complete the next interval more than anything else I have tried. Plus, it looks awesome, gives feedback on the spot, and is continually being improved. This post will guide those interested in creating their own workouts as well as provide some direction to those using workout mode for their first time.
Creating a Custom Workout
Step 1: Login to the service
Step 2: Find/Pair your devices
Step 3: Click on “select workout” as the ride type from the start screen
Step 3a: Click the “custom workouts” via the “select your workout screen
Step 3b: Create your workout
Performing a Workout on Zwift
Steps 1 and 2: same as above Step 3: Select your workout and RIDE!
Okay, get to it! Spring is right around the corner.
Stay tuned for more articles about all things Zwift related! Also, please let me know if you have any questions about the service, or if there is anything you would like me to cover.
Shayne holds a bachelors degree in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care, is a licensed physical therapy assistant in Massachusetts, a USA Cycling Level 1 (expert level) certified Coach, a USA Cycling Power Based Training certified Coach, Precision Nutrition Level 1 certified Coach, a US Military Endurance Sports (USMES) affiliated Coach, and USA Olympic Committee Safe Sport certified.
He is the owner and head Coach of GC Coaching, Workout Content Editor at Zwift, the creator of P2 Coached Computraining, and the creator of Zwift’s “Build Me Up” Flexible Training Plan.
He has been published in Bicycling Magazine, the TrainingPeaks blog, and Zwift Insider.
He can be contacted directly via firstname.lastname@example.org