He snagged it from his Intervals.icu site. They have analysis that classes each week above. The problem is that the large one is the “selected” training style for the selected week and it can be misleading.
See the pic from one of my weeks, that is about Base, and see how the Threshold preview looks very different from the one Russel shared. It exposes a potential issue leading to confusion, because the preview is altered to show the actual distribution of the given training week. As such, that preview may be a less than perfect representation than the “ideal” that is shown in the non-selected types.
My “Base” week, with the typical display for the other modalities:
Russell’s “Threshold”, that is misleading IMO:
Note how much larger the orange Z3+4 is in the default “Threshold” than the one shown in Russell’s. So I would argue that the “fit” applied to Russell’s that shoehorns his week into “Threshold” is a bit misleading. Something for @davidtinker to review, maybe?
A suggestion would be to show the default for all the modalities, along with a separate one for the week in review, so you can see if there are any real differences between your week and the “ideal” distribution for any given mode, especially the one that is “associated” with it via the black magic behind the scenes.
Edited to add suggested layout (specifically grabbed Russell’s Threshold because it shows the issue I see pretty well):
I’d think “Base” is more appropriate in this instance, or “Pyramidal” maybe, but “Threshold” seems just plain wrong compare to the other two options, IMO.