Indoor Training-RaceDayRush Studio Series
Well, for many of us in the more cooler climates, the bikes have been moved indoor onto our trainers. There have been many threads about how to pass the time on the trainer to make things less mundane keep focused. Without making this too much of a spam session, here goes... We have just introduced the Studio Series of our POV race training concept and configured the site to provide race day excitement in everyday training. As part of this, we'd like to offer the first thirty registrants on the site (this is the free part you need to do to get to the promo freebie) free one month access to the Studio Series. Our library is growing and will continue to for the next couple of months.
For access to the concept details and what the Studio Series is, check out the video at this link...
To register for the freebie, you'll need to do the standard registration first, then click on the link below the video and use the promo code "mtbrRDR01". Once you do this, you'll have access to the Studio Series content. Hope you like
Good concept. I have registered, but do I have to fill out all those forms just to check it out for 30 days? And, not sure what to do next. Are there just videos, or are there workouts? Also, my Mac is still holding onto your video software in the "download" file. Is there a way to watch the videos without downloading whatever your video software is?
You do need to register to check it out at all. Otherwise you would only gain access to the front page. In order to access the Studio Series content, you can click on this link below and select add the one month option to your cart. Upon checking out there is a coupon code that you put in the code we provided. We'll get notification of it electronically and access will be provided.
Originally Posted by jimmy
There are both videos on each respective channel (mtb, adventure race etc...), and structured work outs. The Studio Series are specific workouts with intervals and corresponding RPEs. This is the access that is not provided until you follow the above process. I just did it to test and it only takes a couple minutes.
As far as the video software goes, we are using DivX as it's one of the best for streaming without buffering and maintaining quality. As far as your download goes, you'll need to double-click the downloaded file to initiate the upload of the software to your machine. At this point, this is the platform we are using, so you'll need this for viewing the video. Thanks for your interest and feel free to PM me should you run into any issues.