CYCLING GAMES on YouTube has cx and road races. Some stuff you’ll never see elsewhere.
All different kind of stuff depending on mood and workout. I use an AppleTV with all the native Apps. For easy stuff it is all Netflix and TV series, for the medium stuff either bike racing on YT or something cool on RedBullTV. When things get tough I only listen to music.
I’ve run dry on some content to watch/listen to on the trainer.
What are you enjoying on netflix/podcasts etc at the moment?
Aside from TDF that is!
Do you branch outside of cycling content for podcasts? What are you interests? The world of podcasts is wide and deep and you can get some great recommendations if you have any other interests and hobbies you can share.
I’ve started really enjoying the race videos from Trainerroad and NorCal Cycling when the efforts are hard and I need to see some motivation. If it’s hard workouts I won’t listen to commentary and instead will listen to music. Or I’ll put on a music video playlist on youtube.
I’m watching vegan cyclist videos, I enjoy his race breakdowns and video quality. I also enjoy Phil Gaimon’s worst retirement ever and NorCal Cycling. I love TR but the cognitive load when Chad does deep dives is too much for me
I was listening to this week’s podcast on Friday while doing 3x18 threshold intervals. As soon as Chad said, “going to do a deep dive”, I switched to a music playlist.
Spotify playlists for the hard efforts, redbull xco, podcasts (TR, the move, Faster by flow) highlights etc for sweet spot, everything else Joe Rogan vegan cyclist, Phil gaiman.
Easier days I listen to the TR podcast, watch the move, NorCal cycling, Phil gaimon, velonews, also hot up the fasturdays podcast on their website (Pete Morris is a frequent guest). If its anything sweet spot and above, I usually have to do music. Once I’m at this level, I find hard to listen to and retain info from podcasts and videos. For music, it’s mostly Spotify playlists, my own YouTube workout playlist that I’m always adding to, and I kinda like velobeats on SoundCloud (it’s got some good long mixes for longer workouts). There is a thread in this forum for training playlists.
I was looking more for TV shows, as i gotta say its been a few years since i’ve logged into Netflix
Travelers on netflix is what I am currently watching and I am enjoying it very much.
Finished: stranger things, alias grace, big mouth, formula 1 drive to survive to name a few on netflix.
Repost to similar thread.
Lately I’ve been experimenting on recording my outside rides on camera and using the footage on my indoor rides. There’s also YouTube videos of ride footage out there. For intervals though, I prefer race videos. Music always helps for all occasions.
I watch mostly bike races on Eurosport player or Youtube (last example London 2012 road cycling race, during couple of sessions)
Currently working my way through all the Marvel…
I usually watch old world cup mountain bike races on Red Bull TV.
At the moment, I’m watching the Tour on GCN.
Any race on GCN.
For intervals its my Spotify playlist. For zone 2, I’ve been watching geology videos by Nick Zentner. Lots of interesting stuff about Washington State.
Depends on the intensity of the session. The higher the intensity, the more I will use either a playlist that I call cycling inspiration or just music. During less intense sessions or build session I have watched many action type of series such as Vikings, The Flash, Marvel and DC action movies, stuff that I don’t mind losing the plot a little. I put on races if there are good ones recently and this last year the cyclocross races were just money. Overall that is it. although I have also reconned local A-events and watched videos of BWR San Diego earlier in the year and that helped with motivation too.
Video game speedruns on YouTube have been my go-to this year.
That, or the picturesque sights of whatever Zwift route I am riding.
Before I added an iPad to my trainer setup, I kept my visuals strictly to the beautiful blue rectangles of TrainerRoad. I tend to train later at night and don’t like using the TV as I’ve got a 2 year old hopefully sleeping in the next room over.