Overtrained?

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  1. ryno32

    ryno32 New Member

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    This is data from a 5.6-mile segment, with 1,322 feet of elevation gain (4% grade). My last two rides on this segment were comparable in time and avg bpm, but my actual and perceived efforts for those times has increased markedly (over 10bpm faster for same time). My last twelve weeks of training in time are as follows: 4:23, 9:03, 8:01, 3:41, 6:24, 3:50, 3:19, 3:59, 6:23, 6:11, 4:41, 2:46. My training hasn't changed much, but some variables are that it's colder, windier, rainier, more layering, more trainer riding with intervals, etc. Has anyone else experienced this? Thoughts? Thanks.

    1 Ryan Oct 29, 2014 11.7mi/h 168bpm 214W 840.2 28:46 2 Ryan Oct 14, 2014 11.6mi/h 170bpm 214W 833.0 29:01 3 Ryan Oct 2, 2014 11.4mi/h 167bpm 205W 817.5 29:34 4 Ryan Nov 16, 2014 10.9mi/h 164bpm 196W 783.5 30:51 5 Ryan Oct 21, 2014 10.8mi/h 158bpm 194W 775.1 31:11 6 Ryan Oct 27, 2014 10.8mi/h 159bpm 193W 773.1 31:16 7 Ryan Dec 20, 2014 10.8mi/h 171bpm 193W 771.4 31:20 8 Ryan Dec 9, 2014 10.7mi/h 171bpm 192W 768.6 31:27 9 Ryan Aug 14, 2014 10.5mi/h 157bpm 193W 752.6 32:07 10 Ryan Dec 4, 2014 10.4mi/h 157bpm 184W 749.5 32:15 11 Ryan Oct 10, 2014 10.4mi/h 153bpm 184W 748.7 32:17
     
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  2. cyclightning

    cyclightning New Member

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    Yep, you're training went stale. Too many efforts at high HR in FTP (30 minute) efforts.
     
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