Your 2010/current power profile metrics...



sebo2000

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I guess I will say hi and shoot my numbers as well:

38yold
FTP- 27W
5s-1237 - 15.46W/kg
1min - 514 - 6.43W/kg
5min - 334 - 4.15W/kg
20min - 290 - 3.63W/kg
60min - 224 - 2.8W/kg

I'm super new to power meter training, got powertap 1.5 months ago and can't belive I didnt get it 4 years ago when I started cycling.
I recently started racing crits, but my preference is longer road races. I'm working on improving my FTP.
My goal is to increase my FTP to 300W in 2 months :)
 

fluro2au

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Originally Posted by bjrchch .

76kg male

All in training

5sec 1240w
1min 782w
30sec 976w
5min 480w flat road
20min 424w hill rep
60min 380w flat road
90min 380w flat road
Some big numbers there

Nice work

Paul
 

sebo2000

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zwiggelbig said:
You mean just your 20min?
Ftp, i know it is a lot from 277 to 300 but I think I can do it. From simple spinning to intervals gave me a lot, now I will double that and see how it goes...:)
 

zwiggelbig

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Uh what's the diffrencr between ftp and yur 60m power. I think its possible to really increase it alot. Depending on how mich yu train..
 

ddalzell

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First year with power..
- sort of a triathlete... sort of a cyclist..
- cat 5

5 sec= 1146
1 min = 530
5 min = 338
20 min = 306
60 min = 277

- never tested anything shorter than 20 min
- Consider TT as my strongest... but then again I've never done a road race or crit.... that will change Aug 17-18

- 77kg
 

cyclightning

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Bikeguy (2006 and 2007) / now cyclightning

estimated power outputs only, asterisk marks actual measured on gym bike (technogym bike):

body weight 74.2 kg
5 sec : 1200 W+
30 sec : 700 W
5 minutes : 450 W * measured, indoors with some minor thermal issues, 100 rpm turnover rate
1 hr : 330 W estimated outdoors, 310 W * indoors /w significant thermal issues
4.5 hrs: in excess of 210 W


officially measured : (2007) 74 ml/kg/min VO2 max on a ramp test to exhaustion @ 73.7 kg

Most of my training is about 2 hr rides outdoors, with some aerobic intervals done on an indoor bike.
 

Subliminal-SS

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Not sure by now because I had my powermeter for a week then it broke...

Just started cycling within the last 6 months 2 weeks of proper training by this point.

63kgs

Just Pulled from training peaks.
5s - 857 13.6w/kg
1m - 500 7.93w/kg
5m - 298 4.7w/kg
20m - 256 4.0w/kg
60m - 205 3.25w/kg
 

cyclightning

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Bikeguy&cyclightning > Adjusted 2006 stats downward by 40 watts on the 400 w block, 12 minutes @ 355 fresh and with a bald head
that bike definitely measured over true power, 2006 ftp adj down to 270 w

Nov 2013 > 2 minutes and 30 seconds on indoor gym bike (technogym 500 exc) @ 525 w, 73.5 kg, pretty sure this bike is close to accurate
at higher power outputs > 450 w
> 6:00 @ 400 w 1 fresh interval
> 15 min block cycling 1:30 @ 200 w and 30 sec @ 470 w for 7 intervals
> ramp 165-375 w in 3 minute blocks and 1:30 into 400 w block with significant thermal issues (the gym has no ventilation and I have long hair)
> 275 watts for 1 hr but with excessive sweating due to poor ventilation (no fan, no open windows, long hair)
90% of my hard training is 2-4 min interval oriented, 10% is 50 or more minutes, did moderately difficult rides of 2 hrs x 3 times per
week for 6 months