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How Pillar Works

Use the Pillar mobile app to simplify your training and enhance your performance.
For people who want an expert training companion that respects your needs, motivates you through difficulty,
and understands how you can improve, Pillar is the solution for you!

Track

Start by syncing Pillar with your Garmin or Strava account to automatically record and track each of your training sessions.

Train

Each time you complete a training session, Pillar gives you personalised feedback as part of a comprehensive training plan.

Perform

Whenever you log new sessions, Pillar will update and improve your training recommendation, making sure you are more effectively over time.

Why Pillar

Pillar saves you from the frustration that comes from regular training. We help you improve more effectively, without the usual costs of expensive coaching.

Personalised - Pillar gives you a personalised training plan based on your fitness, your goals & your availability, which dynamically update over time.

Based on cutting edge sports science, Pillar takes a holistic approach to your endurance training—including nutrition, rest, and rehabilitation.

Community - Pillar is more than an app, but a community of coaches and aspiring athletes who have come together under a shared goal and with a deep desire to help each other improve.

Welcome to Pillar

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