First I’d like to acknowledge that this is conceivably (likely) just a perception thing on my part, but figured I’d throw it out there.
I fairly consistently see bluetooth connectivity problems with my trainer on over/under workouts that utilize ramps instead of quick adjustments. This is workouts like Carpathian Peak and Meteorite.
It is extremely uncoming that I notice bluetooth connectivity problems on any other type of workout, including over/unders without ramps or sweet spot workouts with ramps.
There are, in my head, two likely explanations for this. Either I am having connectivity drops in other workouts but I don’t notice because they don’t happen to occur at the same time as a power adjustment OR that there is something different about the connectivity requirements for these relatively steep power ramps
The only reason I’m asking this question here is because in a group workout this morning @Toddcsmith mentioned that he had a similar experience on the same type of workout. I’m curious if others notice more frequent disconnects to their smart trainer on this specific type of workout.
Here are screenshot examples from my three most recent ramp style over/under workouts
And here are a few other workouts that, I think, provide a solid case that I’m not seeing the same frequency of disconnects on other workout types
Taylor +2 - lots of frequent power adjustments, no connection drops
Non ramp style over/under workout from this morning
I fully acknowledge that this could just be a case of noticing things when they are more impactful, but am simply curious if others experience the same type of thing or not