Access The Sufferfest Indoor Training Videos

When the weather keeps you from getting outside, it’s time to log a workout on your indoor trainer. And now you have extra motivation to make your indoor training count. We’re excited to be partnering with The Sufferfest to offer our Premium members access to monthly training videos designed to help you stay fit, reach peak performance, and meet your goals.

Premium members, you can stream these videos via the Strava Cycling app on your iPhone or Android, and coming soon to Three videos are now available and we’ll be adding more periodically. Each video offers a structured workout focused on a different training element so you can stay on top of your game. You can now train with the following videos:

  1. Fight Club – 58 min, Time Trial
  2. Revolver – 45 min, Speed
  3. Rubber Glove – 58 min, Fitness Test

Show Us Your Indoor Torture Chamber and Prove Your Dedication

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In keeping with Sufferfest tradition, we want to see your dedication to staying on top of your game when the elements are against you. Take a picture of your indoor training setup (aka your Torture Chamber) and tag it with #stravasuffer.

We’ll pick some of our favorites to highlight from now until December 1, and we’ll send you some swag in exchange for your buckets of basement sweat.

Ready to suffer? Go Premium for $6 per month or $59 per year and make your indoor training count.

Please note that training videos cannot be accessed offline and you will need a WiFi connection or a mobile data plan (your mobile provider’s data rates apply) to access them. Check out our Support Forum to review the Training Videos FAQ for iPhone and Training Videos FAQ for Android.

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  • haycicle

    When will more videos be added?

  • Justin Ryder

    I’m in the Navy and while deployed I don’t have access to a internet connection and I want to be able to keep up with my training while underway. Is there a way I can download a copy of the videos so I can access them while underway?

  • mike

    my iphone doesn’t rotate these to landscape, so even when sending to a big screen, they are in portrait mode and tiny. am I missing something?