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Goethe

Tuesday, Jun 4, 2013 at 10:41 am by JohnStoneFitness


01:00:00 Duration
87 / 84 TSS®
0.93 / 0.92 IF®
903 / 888 kJ (Cal)
273 NP®
251 Power
160 HR
83 Cadence
294 FTP
Kurt Kinetic Road Machine Power Source:

 

Name Time Power ​NP HR Cadence
Workout 01:00:00 251 / 245 273 160 83
Warmup 00:03:00 286 / 279 279 151 91
Interval 1 00:10:00 290 / 288 288 165 88
Interval 2 00:10:00 297 / 294 295 170 84
Interval 3 00:10:00 302 / 300 300 175 84
Interval 4 00:10:00 299 / 294 297 176 83
Length Power Best Start End
5 Second 345 730 00:57:55 00:58:00
10 Second 331 688 00:57:50 00:58:00
20 Second 321 592 00:57:40 00:58:00
30 Second 316 516 00:57:31 00:58:01
1 Minute 310 419 00:57:00 00:58:00
2 Minute 307 376 00:42:48 00:44:48
5 Minute 305 331 00:40:57 00:45:57
10 Minute 303 313 00:36:01 00:46:01
15 Minute 278 303 00:29:48 00:44:48
20 Minute 284 302 00:37:52 00:57:52
30 Minute 277 287 00:26:38 00:56:38
60 Minute 251 273 00:00:01 01:00:01
Zone Time Percent Low High
Active Recovery 00:16:37 27.7% 0 162
Endurance 00:00:23 0.6% 162 220
Tempo 00:00:10 0.3% 220 247
SweetSpot 00:02:27 4.1% 247 279
Threshold 00:33:27 55.8% 279 309
VO2Max 00:06:56 11.6% 309 353
Anaerobic 00:00:01 0% 353 2940

Ride Notes

Good grief, I don't even know where to start with this one. OK, how about this: I hate my new FTP! Today's 60 minute/19.4 mile workout was "Goethe" (which, by the way, is "Satin" spelled backwards) on TrainerRoad. This workout includes 4x10 minute intervals at or slightly above FTP. Very short 2 minute active recovery intervals are between each working interval. This was my first workout at my new FTP of 294, also I could quickly tell that my legs were not as recovered from Saturday's 100 mile ride as I thought. I was on the rivet almost from the start, and I have no idea how I made it through all four intervals. I exceeded all power targets, but I sure had to work for it: average heart rate for each of the 10 minute working intervals was 165/170/175/176.

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Date published: 11/17/2014
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