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Re: watts = what??

Postby JV911 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:41 pm

FLECHA RIDES THE RACE OF TRUTH – STAGE 20 TRAININGPEAKS ANALYSIS

Total Time = 59:52
TSS =94
KJ=1425
Average Power = 397 Watts
Avg Normalized Power* = 410 watts
Avg HR = 150 bpm
Max HR = 163 bpm
Mean Maximal 1-minute power = 512 w
Max Maximal 5-minute power = 451 w
Mean Maximal 20-minute power = 418 w
Avg Cadence = 89rpm
Avg Speed = 26.3 mph
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Re: watts = what??

Postby goneriding » Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:47 pm

Only 200 watts to go and 10 beats per minute and I'll match him. Watch out Flecha, I'm coming for you :)

I'd like to see Tony Martin's / Cadel's numbers for the day
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Re: watts = what??

Postby snark » Wed Jul 27, 2011 1:34 pm

JV911 wrote:FLECHA RIDES THE RACE OF TRUTH – STAGE 20 TRAININGPEAKS ANALYSIS

Total Time = 59:52
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Avg HR = 150 bpm
Max HR = 163 bpm


This bit just amazes me. My average HR on any ride regardless of duration tends to in the mid-to-high 160s. I have a recent 1:07:23 ride where average HR was 169 and max was 183. Is that all down to fitness where Fletcha can pump his max power at what I'm guessing is substantially lower than hix max HR?

Avg Speed = 26.3 mph

At least I tend to average about 29-30. Although the units are slightly different :).

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Re: watts = what??

Postby Alex Simmons/RST » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:42 pm

snark wrote:
JV911 wrote:FLECHA RIDES THE RACE OF TRUTH – STAGE 20 TRAININGPEAKS ANALYSIS

Total Time = 59:52
...
Avg HR = 150 bpm
Max HR = 163 bpm


This bit just amazes me. My average HR on any ride regardless of duration tends to in the mid-to-high 160s. I have a recent 1:07:23 ride where average HR was 169 and max was 183. Is that all down to fitness where Fletcha can pump his max power at what I'm guessing is substantially lower than hix max HR?

His HR would likely have been depressed due to significant fatigue.

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Re: watts = what??

Postby snark » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:49 pm

Alex Simmons/RST wrote:His HR would likely have been depressed due to significant fatigue.


Ah, this makes perfect sense in hindsight. If I'd just done 3000km in three weeks I dare say I'd be pretty fatigued as well!

Power is what matters.


I've seen that message from you a number of times :). But while I've got nothing more than a Garmin, HR will do for me.

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Re: watts = what??

Postby chucknitro » Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:27 pm

SRM Data Analysis André Greipel Sprint Stage 7

"You can see his move coming from 8th position, taking the opportunity when he had space to the right and starting his acceleration. 21 seconds averaging 1356.5 watts (17 w/kg) with a max of 1,680 watts (21 w/kg) and a cadence of max 121 rpm."

http://www.srm.de/index.php/gb/srm-blog ... france/650

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