As a coach, I'm not overly sure how such a system accounts for the multitude of variables involved when deciding what training to assign each day.
How does the system know about local environmental conditions, or the nature of training routes and facilities available, or account for variable psychological responses to training, let alone unique physiological profile and response factors? Then there are rest of life factors for each individual, changes in time available to train, other forms of physical and mental stress and so on. What is the current status of the athlete - have they been ill recently, had a break, starting back from injury or a long layoff? Individualisation of training involves much more than assessing power meter data.
So I logged in and selected from the few options what on face value would be about right for me. However the very first workout was completely inappropriate, and indeed would be impossible for me to complete. I looked at the first month of workouts and again they were just way off the mark because some fairly basic things about me were not accounted for.
There is certainly merit in providing a basic level of customisation and then leaving it up to the individual to manage variations, as following a half decent plan is better than being aimless.
As a coach I will always hand craft training schedules to suit my clients and this will account for a multitude of variables, including an assessment of relevant power data analytics (of which the market is already well supplied) - but analytics is just one part of the performance improvement puzzle.
I already have my own software to craft an individual's training, what I would like is a better way to deliver the output to clients. I'd use Training Peaks if it were possible to upload training plans to a client's account, but alas that's not feasible. Perhaps Strava is another outlet, although I do want the client's ride (power meter) data to sync with my analytics platform of choice (in this case being WKO4).
Let me know if you need a Graphic Designer for this project. Good luck!
Thanks for all the feedback and letting us access training data. While we currently aren't even looking at your rides (we legally can't) we'll be updating our terms & conditions, to allow use to perform analyses and improve our models. Hope you guys are okay with that.
IMO you should be obtaining each individual's permission for this. Trust is hard earned but easily lost and there are platforms out there that have lost my trust due to this very issue.