21 March 2012

Cycle U CompuTrainer

Oops… I tried to come back too soon.

Today was my first hard (and by 'hard' I mean I thought I was going to go hard) workout since the Chuckanut 50k.

Amazing that one hard run could blitz my body for so long. Then again, I guess it's normal that you need to adapt to this sort of thing (this sort of thing being running long distances) and that is something I have not yet done.

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It was just Tim F and I at Cycle University today. Tim was on a rest week and I was hoping to dial in about 320 watts as my threshold setting but no dice. I felt super tired just spinning the pedals before we even engaged the workout so before we started I made sure the threshold was set to just 300 watts. That worked.

Although I had doubts during the first 10 minutes… thank goodness it got better as the workout progressed. The second 20-minute interval was actually quite tolerable. Still, I think tomorrow will need to be another active recovery day in hopes of getting in some quality work this weekend.

Here is the CompuTrainer summary.

Name: CRIMINALE, MARTIN
Gender: Male
Athlete Type: Recreationa
Date of Birth: 0/0/1900
Weigh-in: 200
Track Position: 5
Finish Time: 50:00.00 Seconds
Anaerobic Threshold: 300
Average Speed: 21.72 MPH
Peak Speed: 24.34 MPH
Average Power: 247.21 Watts
Peak Power: 334.00 Watts
Average Pulse Power: 0
Average Watts/Kg: 3
Rolling Resistance after 5 Minute Warmup: 1.93 Pounds
Average HR: 0 BPM
Peak HR: 0 BPM
Average RPM: 0.0
Peak RPM: 0.0
Average PP: 0.0
Peak PP: 0.0
Average WPKG: 2.7
Peak WPKG: 3.7
Average SS: 0.0
Calories: 761.9

And here is my PowerTap data.

Sleep 7
Waking HR  
Body Weight  
Body Fat  
Breakfast 5:00 AM - banana, Clif Bar, water
Lunch  
Dinner  
Workout Food large bottle w/1 tablet Nuun and 1 scoop HEED
Injuries  
Therapy  
Time of Day 6:00 AM
Workout Type tempo
Weather  
Course 2 x 20 w/hills
Results  
Time  
Distance  
Pace  
Equipment Road Bike
Clothing  

1 comment:

Ryan D said...

Glad you got it all to work for yourself! congrats