Okay so one month into using TACX training software on the PC for my Z2 fillers (When it works). The little power sector chart widget has been captivating. Now here’s my situation. Given the most efficient spin will have a chart that looks like a peanut or if you are the living embodiment of souplesse; a sausage. I have been experimenting to see how to get my demented butterfly to at least nod in the direction of the peanut. So some conclusions:
- Whatever the right left balance says (49/51) the lobes of my chart are asymmetrical.
- I can only get close to a peanut at lower revs. 85 and under
- Key sector for me is the pull.
- Finally only get there if I ankle.
I used to naturally ankle as a kid but gave it up when I read in 90’s it was pointless. What’s the current thinking on that? High revs has really poor spin efficiency for me. So should I drop my preferred rpm?
Does any of this matter?