Speaking of slotting in the workouts, my coach would like to put the workouts into my Training Peaks to preplan my TSS each week. I know the website link to the “Tips and Tricks” has some info. It would be easier to do with distances or times explicitly listed. I sent him some screen shots from the Companion App, but that is pretty painful way to go about it. Is there any place with the workout segments explicitly listed? @Chris_Hague- I have been a slow triathlete for 25+ years. (I have bad lungs and started tris in 1992 for the pure joy of being able to breathe.) Not sure how much faster I will get. I am close to Legacy (9 fulls done), but the last few have been elusive, and hoping to get in good enough shape to just hit 12 this upcoming season. Unfortunately, I had a bad bike crash in 2018 and am still recovering. That is how I got into Zwift- I messed up my hand up so badly that I couldn’t squeeze the brake on my bike for 9 months. So, riding outside was out. I also injured my opposite shoulder, so I was afraid that if I ran outside, if I tripped, I would have to break the fall with my face. No way would I set back healing of my hand or shoulder. LOL. Even the impact from running on the treadmill made my shoulder hurt, so the road back has been long. Now, I am really glad that I got into Zwift as it is such an amazing tool and I am training more consistently with it. I work long days and can do workouts safely when it is dark outside. (We have lots of bears and mountain lions here.) Feeling a good tired in the legs after the first week. Time trial in the morning. My house is at 7,500 feet, so I also get an extra altitude challenge. Having a lot of fun with the Zwift Tri Academy so far. Just maybe 2020 will be faster for me, too!