Aug 13, 2023

FORM integrates with TrainingPeaks

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FORM, the fitness technology company that introduced augmented reality swim goggles in 2019, announced an integration with endurance training software company TrainingPeaks. The integration will allow FORM subscribers to import workout plans from TrainingPeaks’ database into its app and goggles.

In 2021, FORM added a subscription feature – in addition to its hardware – that allows swimmers to access guided workouts and view instructions in the AR display while swimming. Previously, FORM users could manually input TrainingPeaks workouts into FORM’s workout builder, but that process will now be more direct.

FORM’s subscription service initially launched with a $19.99 monthly rate, $179.99 annual. As of now, FORM offers one year of its “premium features” for free with a purchase of its $249 swim goggles, followed by a shift to $15 per month.

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