How to get your workouts into Zwift

A guide on how to download your Zwift workouts from Training Tilt and add them to your Zwift account.

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Written by Cam Langsford
Updated over a week ago

It's possible for your coach to create a structured workout in Training Tilt that you can use inside Zwift.

We are currently working with Zwift to build an automated process to get your scheduled workouts into Zwift but for now you need to manually download the files and add them to your Zwift app.

You can download the workouts one by one, from your calendar or we have a new tool where you can download a set of workouts by selecting a date range all at once.

Downloading Your Workout Files in Bulk

You can access the bulk workout download tool from your top right hand menu, or the "More Tools" drop down menu on your calendar.

Once you are on the download page you can select a date range up to 30 days into the future.

You can filter the results based on download type, make sure Zwift is selected

Now you can download all the workouts that a returned from each page of a search, up to 50 at a time by using the Download All dropdown and by then select "Zwift". This will download all the files into a Zip folder. Extract the zip folder so you have access to all the files in a folder on your computer.

You can also download just the files you want one at a time from each row in the results.

Uploading The Files To Zwift

On your PC or Mac save the file to your "/documents/Zwift/Workouts/userid" folder where "userid" represents your user id in Zwift. There should only be one userid folder unless you share your computer with another Zwift user.

Now open Zwift on your PC or Mac. If you already have Zwift open please close it and open it again to refresh the custom workout list in the app.

Once Zwift opens, Click "Lets Go" to launch the app. If Zwift takes you to the "Pair Devices" section you can pair your devices or just click "Skip" if you aren't actually going to do the workout now.

Then click on the "Training" option under "Ride Type"

Now expand the "Custom Workouts" section and you should see the workout you added to the folder in the previous step. Click on that workout.

Once you click on the workout the structure should show on the right. Now click the "Workout" button to start the workout!

Now just ride on!

More information about managing your custom workouts in Zwift is also available in the Zwift support center

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