Training Peaks or TrainerRoad?
meh, that suggestion is stoopid, I want to create a ramp test that works for the people I coach in training peaks, not tell them they have to manually change their FTP settings to 200w so it works....
runs off to raise ticket with training peaks
What suggestion? I merely asked clarification of what system you are talking about then posted a link that explained TrainerRoad doesn't allow explicit values for power, only a %FTP.
TrainerRoad or Training Peaks? You keep writing TP but do you mean TR?
I was referring to that links suggestion, rather than yours...
I'm trying to use training peaks, or TP...
Gotcha, I've only used TR. Do you have the paid TP?
I have access to my clubs coaching account, which includes all the stuff you get for premium plus the ability to create programs and look at all other members workout data...
I've not used trainer road or even ever looked at it to be honest, we did look at today's plan which looks good, but we've been using training peaks for so long it would be painful to rebuild all the sessions and plans we have in there.
That looks so awkward. Steering with the bike completely upright is not a real feeling at all, and it pretty much rules out sprinting.
Going to try racing tonight. FTP w/kg puts me in the top end of Cat B.
Anyone done this? Is it silly or actually fun?
'Fun'. Everyone goes out super hard, then it settles after the first km or so. If you don't have a drafting powerup, you won't win the sprint.
Do they all finish as sprints? Any advice on tactics?
Any advice on tactics?
Any advice on tactics?
Put in your weight as 55kg.
I only weigh 3 Earths in Zwift compared to my usual 5.
Jesus. I'm not a Team Sky rider
Having never raced in real life, and only competed in about 5 Zwift races in Cat C, I don't feel adequately qualified to give tips. Only to go out hard from the line to get established in a decent group, big splits happen straight away and if you get stuck at the back it's hard to jump up through the groups.
My new setup...
Enjoying it a lot more than using a normal bike on a trainer.
Need a bigger fan though. Sweaty.
18" floor fan, it's necessary!
The one in the pic only generates enough breeze when I use the tri-bars and my face is basically in it.
I noticed the other day I have ridden the equivalent of LEJOG-JOGLE on Zwift in total, biggest fan you can find is important.
I do mine outside, sans fan. It's ok in winter but a no no in summer
So much better.
We should organise a LFGSS meetup??
Boom. I am jealous.
In Zwift, we should, I have no idea how as I am forever alone normally.
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