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randyrob
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Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby randyrob » Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:03 pm

Discuss :D

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Re: Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby skull » Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:08 pm

You first

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Re: Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby randyrob » Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:15 pm

Here is the linky for those that don't know what I am referring too...

http://blog.strava.com/new-premium-feature-fitness-freshness-for-power-meter-users-5742/

It looks similar to what is available on Training Peaks but Strava just changed the terminology

TP Terminology vs Strava (I think?)

Acute Training Load (ATL) = Fatigue
Chronic Training Load (CTL) = Fitness
Training Stress Balance (TSB) = Form

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Re: Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby vander » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:03 pm

randyrob wrote:Here is the linky for those that don't know what I am referring too...

http://blog.strava.com/new-premium-feature-fitness-freshness-for-power-meter-users-5742/

It looks similar to what is available on Training Peaks but Strava just changed the terminology

TP Terminology vs Strava (I think?)

Acute Training Load (ATL) = Fatigue
Chronic Training Load (CTL) = Fitness
Training Stress Balance (TSB) = Form


Its usually TSB = Fatigue and ATL = Form (or similar)

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Re: Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby Crawf » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:36 am

About time they had features like this, will be interested down the track to read reviews compared to TP.
I ditched my Strava acct, but this could get me back.

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Re: Strava > Fitness & Freshness

Postby doggatas » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:35 pm

Just in time for the SRM. Thanks Strava.

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