2PEAK Experts

Here you can tap into the extensive knowledge of our 2PEAK Experts. This is how it works:

  • Go to the » Shop and purchase the expert support upgrade. One hour of expert support costs €70 / $106 and buys you 4 question "tickets" (new users get a free ticket).
  • Choose the expert or the area of expertise you want to address and write your question.
  • Please note that every answer is charged one ticket.
  • Each question should be limited to one topic. If the expert has to answer to several topics or if the answer needs a disproportionate amount of time, the expert can charge several tickets.

 2PEAK Coach

2PEAK Coach

Expert Languages: english, german, french, italian, spanish

Questions 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 the case you had paid for it.

By sending a request through this expert tool, you acknowledge that the answers do not come from someone who has examined and discussed you and your health condition.
Therefore, you acknowledge that any assistance you receive here regarding prevention, nutrition, training and/or supplementation is not intended to replace a professional examination by your physician or health care professional.


Bernhard Rinderknecht

Bernhard Rinderknecht

Expert Languages: english, german, french, italian, spanish

Dr. 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. Dr.med. Bernhard Rinderknecht is a medical doctor, specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics and specialist in pathology and gynaecological cytology. In addition to his practice, he advises managers and companies on fitness and health prevention issues (ceofit.com). He is also an external lecturer at the Department of Sport, Exercise and Health at the University of Basel (DSBG) with a focus on weight regulation with sport and hormonal influences on weight regulation in women. Bernhard is a two-time Ironman Finisher (Nice, Zurich) and started triathlon and cycling as part of his "self-experiment" - from a 133 kg couch potato to a 83 kg Ironman. He has authored a book about the success of weight regulation "Schlank werden, schlank bleiben" .

Bernhard offers his expert knowledge mainly in the field of long-term weight regulation and can speak from both medical-scientific and personal experience.

By sending an enquiry via this expert tool, you acknowledge that the answers will not come from someone who has examined you and your health condition and discussed it with you.
Therefore, you also acknowledge that any advice you receive on prevention, nutrition, training and/or supplementation does not replace a professional examination by your health care professional.


Esther Pflugi

Esther Pflugi

Expert Languages: german

Esther Pflugi is:
Physiotherapist since 2001 and specialized in sports physiotherapy, prevention, orthopedics and traumatology. Esther is an active triathlete and is usually to be found on the podium. Therefore she knows the side of the athletes, but also the side of the therapist very well. Esther is also a mother of two children and therefore knows what it means to have to cope with several tasks. She can understand that the working athlete often lacks the time and that it makes sense to integrate certain training contents into everyday life.


Jasmin Fischer

Jasmin Fischer

Expert Languages: english, german, french

Jasmin Fischer holds a degree in sports science with a focus on preventative medicine and health promotion. Now professionally more involved in competitive sports, the topic of health promotion is still important to her. Especially swimming, which is emerging more and more as a lifetime sport, has great potential not only for professional athletes, but also for recreational athletes. With her polysport background, Jasmin can be found in the pool, running, climbing gym or doing Acrobatic Rock'nroll. As head coach in a swimming club and lecturer at the University of Basel in the field of swimming at the Department of Sport, Exercise and Health, Jasmin has a great knowledge of swimming. As a former synchronized swimmer, Jasmin is aware of the importance of feeling the water and the right technique and knows many helpful tips to increase efficiency in swimming. Likewise, Jasmin is convinced that swimming training in today's world does not have much to do with lap counting, but can be made interesting and varied.





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