SystemadminExpert Languages: en, de, fr, itQuestions about the functionality of 2PEAK and using the system: Our aim is to make 2PEAK so user friendly, that questions about the system shouldn't arise. We have also put detailed instructions in the footer under » Support. Please go there first to get acquainted with the 2PEAK system. If you prefer a personal answer, but also if you wnat to know why it is that your intervals are not reported in the interval scan (workout analysis), how trainingszones are defined, determined or used, or how you ideally set up your training schedule, we offer the choice to ask a system expert an online question. Should any of these questions turn out to in fact be a system bug, we will of course credit you in case you had paid for.Robert KühnenExpert Languages: en, deRobert is: Co-founder of 2PEAK. Cycling training and equipment expert. 30 years of experience in the whole spectrum of racing from criteriums to granfondos (long distance events) including many Transalps, give him his practical background. As an engineer he has since 1993 been designing some of the most elaborate bicycle and product tests for TOUR magazine which is the world's most renowned magazine in this regard. Robert offers the following expert services: Questions related to cycling training, physiological testing and power based training. Analysis of training data. Structuring of interval training. Racing tactics. Choice of material for cycling: frames, wheels, tires, components, gearing, suspension systems. Optimization: which material for which course, aerodynamics versus weight? Questions related to biomechanics: fitting, position, pedalling technique. Gabriele HateburExpert Languages: en, deGabrielle has a diploma as dietician SHS and is an endurance athlete. Correct diet improves performance in training and competition and encourages recovery. Gabriele offers the following expert services: Specific competition feeding. Optimum diet in training and recovery. Weight reduction. Answers on foodstuff intolerance (coeliac disease, lactose etc.)Brain food – fitness in your head. Benoit NaveExpert Languages: en, frDr. Nave treated Lance Armstrong for back injuries from his bad crash in the Dauphiné Liberé in 2003. Nave (who has by the way never been associated with unfair methods) worked with or is working with top athletes such as World Champion and World Cup MTB champ Christophe Sauser, 2PEAK diarist Kashi Leuchs, Athens Olympics dual gold medalist Hicham El-Guerrouj, Australian World Champion Cadel Evans, Tour de France, Giro and Vuelta stage winner Simon Gerrans, super leadout man Mark Renshaw and last but not least biathlete Sylvie Becaert. Benoit is an experienced osteopath and physiologist who lives in Annecy, France. He supervised health issues for the Volvo/Cannondale team, the most successful team in mountain bike history and amassed with them an unprecedented 76 World Cup victories, 15 Overall World Cup Titles, 10 World Championships and 2 Olympic medals. Benoit perfectly embodies 2PEAK`s uncompromising approach not only to training but to life and wellbeing in general. Benoit offers the following expert services: Specific training for runners, racing cyclists and X-C skiers. Integrated health advice with emphasis on diet.Kevin JoubertExpert Languages: enKevin is: Trained as Biologist and Chemical Engineer, certified as a level 2 Triathlon Coach by USA Triathlon and level 3 Swim Coach by the American Swim Coaches Association. 9 years experience coaching adult swimmers in a group setting and 8 years experience as a triathlon coach give him a wide variety of experiences in helping people prepare and be their best. Kevin offers expertise in the following areas: Questions on swim technique, race day execution in terms of pacing, nutrition and hydration are particular strengths. As part of establishing a good race day execution strategy, analysis of hr, power and speed data is an important addition and an issue Kevin has much experience with. As a practicing systems engineer Kevin has a strong background in balancing requirements for athletes. Issues such as how to manage family and work commitments versus the training needs of the athlete.Bernhard RinderknechtExpert Languages: en, de, fr, it, esDr. Bernhard Rinderknecht is physician, owner of a cell-biology lab, associate professor for nutrition at the Institute for Sport at the University of Basel and Ironman (Zürich 2003 at 85Kg/188 lb), this last accomplishment has several dimensions. Bernhard weighed still more then 330 lbs (150Kg) in 2003. So when Bernhard answers you weight management related questions, including the psychological side, he truly knows what he is talking about. Piero FontanaExpert Languages: en, deDr. Piero Fontana, PhD: In his dissertation at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology he discusses the adaptation of the heart's pumping volume to different new training stimuli. Today he is a scientist at EMPA St.Gallen (ETH-divison) in the field of Health and Performance. Piero is an expert in the following fields: sport physiology (performance testing, energy supply systems, physiological systems and relationships), training planning (endurance, strength, stability and flexibility) and nutrition (basic nutrition, race preparation, race nutrition, supplements).