I actually did this for the first year of TR, because I felt TR was an advantage I didn’t want to give my competitors. I would run TR and Zwift together and only allow Zwift to post to Strava. Everyone thought I was a Zwift addict. No one was on TR in my Texas city of roughly 200k. This was based upon Strava stalking of course, but I could tell by looking at the Zwift workouts people were doing that it wasn’t TR. Fast forward a year plus major TR gains and I realized that only a very small percentage would be willing to put in the work necessary. If they did put in the work it would just push me more. So about 6 weeks leading into my first Cat 1 XC local point series race of year (the only one so far this year…), I started posting my TR Rides to Strava. I had only been a mid-back of pack Cat 1 guy since moving up after winning my local 2018 Cat 2 series for my age group 40+. So, when I dominated my last Cat 1 XC race leading every lap and winning overall beating all the young guys including a retired pro - it got everyone’s attention! This was my first Cat 1 win ever BTW
Long story short - I was the first in my area to use TR. Today, there are now eight of us in the area using TR, and everyone of them claim they joined TR because of me. Feels good to give back a little to TR and the coaches. @Nate - Now where is my affiliate check???