Disclaimer: this post may, like the previous one, get reviewed or updated every now and then. The reviewed tools / platforms also frequently get updates or added features. As a result, I cannot guarantee that features or prices mentioned here are still accurate at the time you read this post.
A few years back, I wrote a post on indoor training tools / apps which I had used or intended to investigate further.
That post has had two inline revisions and another revision would not make it more readable, so I’m dedicating a new post to it 🙂
First, I realized that I only mentioned the Sufferfest in one of the revisions, but the original post had no entry on Sufferlandria at all.
This was probably due to my voluntary exile out of Sufferlandria, but in hindsight, I think it was unfair to leave them out altogether.
Disclaimer: this post is reviewed or updated every now and then and the reviewed tools / platforms do frequently also get updates or added features. I cannot guarantee that features or prices mentioned here are still accurate at the time you read this post.
Updates to this post:
January 2022 – here: despite what you can read below and in my previous follow up post, you may be surprised to read that I – briefly – returned to a cartoon network 😂
These updates perfectly show how both the various platforms themselves and the way I look at them change over time 😎
Over the years, I’ve come across many indoor training tools, either as platform or software package, that (claim) to make your ‘mind-numbingly dull’ indoor training more bearable. And at times I’ve written short reviews on them. As the current indoor season comes to a close, I’m wrapping up my experiences, hoping this will be useful for you.