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 I had a motorpacing session up Tracking Station Road yesterday Dead

Race:

    Duration.       2:39:11

     Work:          2441 kJ

     TSS:           256.5 (intensity factor 0.983)

     Norm Power:    315

     VI:            1.23

     Distance:      98.579 km

                    Min       Max       Avg

     Power:         0         1046      256  watts

     Heart rate:    79        174       153  bpm

     Cadence:       29        163       76   rpm

     Speed:         10.2      76.4      37.2 kph

     Pace           0:47      5:53      1:37 min/km

 

Break:

     Duration:      1:17:05

     Work:          1371 kJ

     TSS:           123 (intensity factor 0.978)

     Norm Power:    313

     VI:            1.06

     Distance:      47.623 km

                    Min       Max       Avg

     Power:         0         602       296  watts

     Heart rate:    146       174       165  bpm

     Cadence:       33        149       75   rpm

     Speed:         20.5      67        37.1 kph

     Pace           0:54      2:56      1:37 min/km

 

Peak 30min (323 watts):

     Duration:      30:01

     Work:          582 kJ

     TSS:           56.1 (intensity factor 1.06)

     Norm Power:    339

     VI:            1.05

     Distance:      17.814 km

                    Min       Max       Avg

     Power:         0         920       323 watts

     Heart rate:    146       173       166 bpm

     Cadence:       37        146       79   rpm

     Speed:         20.8      62.4      35.6 kph

     Pace           0:58      2:53      1:41 min/km

 

Peak 60min (308 watts):

     Duration:      1:00:01

     Work:          1110 kJ

     TSS:           105.2 (intensity factor 1.026)

     Norm Power:    328

     VI:            1.06

     Distance:      36.233 km

                    Min       Max       Avg

     Power:         0         920       308 watts

     Heart rate:    123       173       165 bpm

     Cadence:       33        146       78   rpm

     Speed:         20.5      67        36.2 kph

     Pace           0:54      2:56      1:39 min/km

 

Those of you with sharp eyes will notice that my IF during my peak 60min is above 1, so it's time to adjust my ftp up!
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impressive figures!

 

that 60mins must have hurt like hell!

 

very few guys can sit with Andrew on those hills.

 

what was your CTL sitting at before this ride - and TSB?

 

 

 

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Bruce,so give us a short race report??Who won,Who where there??What happened??

 

Ok will check your blog!!Big%20smile
nochain2007-09-03 03:19:28
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impressive figures!

that 60mins must have hurt like hell!

very few guys can sit with Andrew on those hills.

what was your CTL sitting at before this ride - and TSB?


 

CTL was 90 and TSB -20 - it was a hard week of training Dead
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

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Exactly what Peter (Bikemax) said on his SMS Big%20smile

 

Like the red eyes on the avatar LOL
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

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powermeters are overrated......this only became the "thing" recently. before powermeters people rode faster.....if your training program is proper one and you do not need all this high tech shyte.
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

ClapClapClap

 

powermeters are overrated......this only became the "thing" recently. before powermeters people rode faster.....if your training program is proper one and you do not need all this high tech shyte.

 

Thanks for your incredible piece of insight.  I'll throw mine away when I get home this evening.
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

ClapClapClap

 

powermeters are overrated......this only became the "thing" recently. before powermeters people rode faster.....if your training program is proper one and you do not need all this high tech shyte.

 

Thanks for your incredible piece of insight.  I'll throw mine away when I get home this evening.

 

LOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOL

 

Great ride Bruce!!
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

ClapClapClap

 

powermeters are overrated......this only became the "thing" recently. before powermeters people rode faster.....if your training program is proper one and you do not need all this high tech shyte.

 

LOLLOLLOLLOL

YOU KEEP TELLING YOURSELF THAT!!!!LOLLOLLOL

 

 

 
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Well done Bruce!!!!

 

You living proof that training with Power really does work!!

ClapClapClap

 

powermeters are overrated......this only became the "thing" recently. before powermeters people rode faster.....if your training program is proper one and you do not need all this high tech shyte.

 

LOLLOLLOLLOL

YOU KEEP TELLING YOURSELF THAT!!!!LOLLOLLOL

 

 

 

 

did not say it is a waste of time...just overated.

 

it works but it is not the be all end all in training.....like if you do not have a power meter you would not get strong.
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I'm watching Ewep - he got one of those fancy schmancy powermeters' date=' the minute he beats me I'm getting one![/quote']

 

Ja BB, you better watch it, I am the one sitting on your wheel!

 

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Well done Bruce, great result!

 

PS Since we are riding for different teams, I applaud your descision to get rid of the powertap Wink 
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Race:

    Duration.       2:39:11

     Work:          2441 kJ
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Is work done not the same as calories burnt? 2441 KJ = 583 calories? Doesnt seem right for a 2h40min ride?
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