And while I did like chad, I also would like an overlay of each workout over the ramp test view itself, so essentially if you did a better FTP on one test, the tests are sort-of identical until they hit a certain point and then the better one just keeps going.
On other workouts, since they are %FTP based, you could see the new lines follow each other with different colored mocks of each workout background (the blue), but they should be spread apart so you look at your progression over time that way.
I don’t know if it’s a valuable analysis, it’s just what I immediately wanted to do as a user, to see the difference in growth from one workout to the next. When I analyze the workout vs another days ramp test, and I see 400 max 1s vs 421 max 1s, it doesn’t mean much as those were spikes, since I failed before surpassing the 400w step. Maybe none of it is worth analyzing as it’s not a race… but it drives the ego and the good feeling of a new FTP or your progression over workouts.
ROI: Users remain engaged as they see their progression over time when they repeat workouts (heck, you could overlay x recent workout session data during every workout too!).