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You need to update WKO+ to build 102 (or later) to be able to download from the upgraded head unit.
Using the formula: Trimps= <minutes> * DeltaHr * 0.64 * exp(1.92*DeltaHR) Where DeltaHr = (Hr - HrRest) / (HrMax - HrRest) If DeltaHr=0.85...
I'm suggesting to use Tss estimated from Trimps REGRESSION, not direct Trimps numbers which, usually, will be higher: 1h @ FT -> Tss=100 if...
If you have Hr data from previous workouts for which you know TSS, you could calculate Trimps and do a regression between Trimps and TSS, if you...
Dave, I think the problem is which is the "gold standard": if you want to match CTL values as calculated in WKO+ (v2.2-B91), the formula I've...
I think this version, also quite simple, is a better match for PMC: CTL(n) = CTL(n-1)(1-1/Tc) + TSS(n)/Tc Differences are small anyway.
This graph is with my own data (last 9 months), I'm an AG triathlete and my FT was around 240watts in this period, instead of log-log I've used a...
Well, similar pacing consideration also aplies to any other TT events, if you run your 10k race at your best 1500m pace are in a similar...
Nice, lets call it ei=endurance index:), would be an insteresting value to track ? A nice math property of this "endurance index" is it fully...
With my own data the fit also was quite good and I was curious of others (thanks Alex for your data), it could be useful to model longer durations...
A linear fit of Log(MMP) vs Log(Duration) in this range of duration, just curious how good would be the fit and the slope value.
Rick, have you tried to fit Riegel's Endurance Equation to this data ?
Rick, last year I've read from Dr. Coggan that transfer between HCT/HGB and VO2max would be around 50% but I can't find the reference, this is an...
The procedure is at the end of the manual: COMPUTER SETUP 5 This setup allows the CPU to learn a new device or sensor such as the hub, heart...
Age: 44 Category: long distance triathlete (~20% OA) Weight: 69Kg Years you have been training seriously: 5 years Avg weekly training hours: 8hs...
I don't think so, It doesn't seem to include the power module...
Ok you are the boss:cool: , Then Tss = TotalWork(kJ) * 27.8 * (NP^2) / AP But the other form is nicer;)
The relationship between Tss and Work in kJ can be written as (just working from the definitions): Tss = TotalWork(kJ) * VI * IF * 27.8 / FT...
They look different but if "t" is discrete it's easy to show that Eq. 8 is equivalent to Eqs. 5,6,7 together (ej. by math induction). In fact if...
I played a little with those definitions and the relationship can be put like this: TSS = TotalWork(kJ) * VI * IF * 27.8 / FT Then TSS =...