FYI - I am a month or so into my first block of TR training. I have two questions:
I am a little confused looking at my calendar at the end of the week what the numbers mean. For example:
15:25 / 14:25
893 / 828
This was a crazy week for me with a not normal 32km hike/trail run…
The next weeks numbers:
4:58 / 3:00
311 / 179
In Week 45 my hours add up to 14h25m why is this number last? What does the first time of 15h25m mean?
In Week 46 my hours add up to 4h58m why is this number first? What is the second time of 3h mean?
Same for the TSS numbers: What do the first and second numbers mean… One is actual TSS and the other planned? My hike was not planned in my calendar though, I added it a few days latter so perhaps this is not the case…
I did Warlow this afternoon, I went 125% (my personal estimation of effort) and it got me to thinking, should I tweak the TSS? Can I even do that? On many of the sprints I went pretty high above the target wattage… so the TSS of 111 seems maybe not totally accurate… Of course there should be some sort of limitation to the ability to tweak TSS or else I can see it being pretty common for folks to over estimate TSS. Does TR base TSS calculations off of ride metrics such as HR, actual wattage, cadence, etc… ?