With INSCYD it is possible to train where you want, when you want without having to stick to a fixed protocol
With INSCYD you understand the physiology of your athletes in different situations
INSCYD offers a cloud-based Multi User Management, to include all your team members, coaches, physicians and many more.
With INSCYD you can merge field- and lab data and you do not have to stick to a specific testing protocol in order to be able to compare results. Just adapt the protocol to your needs, to a race or training situation or to a specific simulation of a competition – AND still be able to compare results. INSCYD also allows for lab grade accuracy without a lab. Have your athletes test themselves, by themselves.
INSCYD Load Analysis allows you to understand the relative load of an athlete in training and competition – relative to their peers. Interactively apply cross filter functions to understand specific intensity domains and analyze crucial periods of a competition. Visualize who in the team worked the hardest and who preserved precious energy
“With this partnership, we take another step into the process to aim for the best support our athletes can get. We noticed that a lot of the rider’s personal coaches worked with INSCYD already, so last year we started a pilot phase in the federation to get to know the software better. This trail period showed us that INSCYD is another piece of the puzzle in the performance support of the riders, so we are really excited about this partnership!” says Frederik Broché, Technical Director of Belgian Cycling.
Advertising claims are often designed to make more out of products than they actually are. INSCYD’s Power-Performance Decoder (PPD) software doesn’t have a claim. Instead of making bold promises we’d rather have our customers try out PPD themselves. This is the story of someone who went forth to test the accuracy of this unique system - undercover.
We believe that our users and partners earn the right to know accurate data. This includes being able to share important information about the accuracy and tolerance of the data we provide. This also includes how – for example - the tolerances of the hardware they use effect the results calculated by INSCYD.