Interval Search Tool

Hello, so when searching for a certain type of interval within a workout that you’ve completed, I’m confused when looking at the results. The ‘NP’ is always lower than the ‘Power’ column. What’s going on there? The search entry says ‘Average power above (watts)’ which means the ‘Power’ column in the results should be the average power rather than the peak.

Thanks in advance.

For very short intervals NP can be less than average power. Furthermore, for anything less than 20min NP is generally considered invalid. That said, with your 10s intervals, it is expected that your NP be lower than the average power as well as meaningless.

The search results seem to match your criteria. Are you saying that the average power for interval 1 was not 537W, but instead that the peak for that 10s was 537W?

Also note, that if you do a search for 10s intervals above 500W, it will not necessarily match the intervals of the TR workout you were doing. If the TR workout has 10s intervals, the summary will show the average power for those exact 10s. Meanwhile, the search will show 10s which could start before or after the actual TR intervals. Click on the “+” to see the exact start/stop time for the search result.

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Hi KickrLin,

Okay then the two incorrect assumptions I made were:
– NP is valid for durations less than 20 mins
– NP is always higher than average power

But now I know better! Cheers


A short desciption of what you are looking for.

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