###### Avg HR

132 BPM , 66.7%###### Max HR

185 BPM , 93.4%###### Route

21.09.15###### Distance

42.6 km###### Ascent

574 m (13.5 m/km)###### Descent

566 m###### Min altitude

66 m###### Max altitude

190 m###### Start time

3:41 p.m.###### Date

Sept. 21, 2015###### Max Speed

61.7 km/h###### Calories

1065 kcal (0.1 kg bodyfat)###### Avg Pedaling Cadence

76 RPM###### Avg Cadence

71 RPM###### Max Cadence

107 RPM###### Avg Pedaling Power

201 W 59.1% FTP###### Avg Power

188 W###### Normalized Power

235 W###### Intensity Factor

0.691###### TSS

75###### Max Power

857 W###### xPower

218 WxPower is an alternative to normalized power.

It's using a 25 sec Exponentially Weighted Moving Average instead of 30 second moving average to Address Variability:

A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact

that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time

course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that

provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving

average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the

development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second

exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should

track consistently with oxygen kinetics.

A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore/xPower can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf

BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC

###### Relative Intensity (RI)

0.6###### BikeScoreBikeScore is a proprietary unit designed to measure the overall training stress incurred by the athlete during any training period.

A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact

that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time

course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that

provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving

average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the

development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second

exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should

track consistently with oxygen kinetics.

It was was developed by Dr. Phil Skiba. A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf

BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC

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BikeScore is a proprietary unit designed to measure the overall training stress incurred by the athlete during any training period.

A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact

that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time

course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that

provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving

average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the

development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second

exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should

track consistently with oxygen kinetics.

It was was developed by Dr. Phil Skiba. A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf

BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC

# Intervals

Zoom | Start | Duration ↓ | Length | Elevation | Speed | Avg power | FTP % | Avg power/kg | Max power | Avg HR | Avg cadence | Max cadence |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

15:41, 0.0 km | 01:34:15 | 42.6 km | +563/-513 m | 26.8 km/h | 189 W | 55.6% | 2.2 W/kg | 857 W | 67.2% | 76 RPM | 98 RPM |

### Time in power zones

Zone | Duration | % |
---|---|---|

1 (0% - 55%) | 47 minutes 55 seconds | 50.8% |

2 (55% - 75%) | 29 minutes 17 seconds | 31.1% |

3 (75% - 90%) | 11 minutes 14 seconds | 11.9% |

4 (90% - 105%) | 4 minutes 59 seconds | 5.3% |

5 (105% - 121%) | 1 minute 26 seconds | 1.5% |

6 (121% - 150%) | 23 seconds | 0.4% |

7 (150% - | 1 minute 15 seconds | 1.3% |

### Time in HR zones

Zone | Duration | % |
---|---|---|

0 (0% - 60%) | 12 minutes 49 seconds | 13.6% |

1 (60% - 72%) | 1 hour 7 minutes 5 seconds | 71.2% |

2 (72% - 82%) | 14 minutes 7 seconds | 15.0% |

3 (82% - 87%) | 1 minute 28 seconds | 1.6% |

4 (87% - 92%) | 37 seconds | 0.7% |

5 (92% - 97%) | 23 seconds | 0.4% |

### Percentage of time spent in different HR, colored by zones

### Power distribution

### Cadence distribution

### Speed distribution

Name | Start | Length | Ascent | % | Duration | Speed | Avg power | Est power | W/kg | VAM | Category | Avg HR |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

19.1 km | 2.7 km | 54 m | 2.0 % | 07:22 | 22.3 km/h | 205.6 W | 201.7 W | 2.4 W/kg | 69.2% | |||

28.7 km | 0.7 km | 50 m | 7.1 % | 03:37 | 11.8 km/h | 239.0 W | 244.8 W | 2.8 W/kg | 70.2% | |||

Utleira - Stein... | 33.2 km | 2.3 km | 55 m | 2.4 % | 06:35 | 20.5 km/h | 217 W | 203.1 W | 2.5 W/kg | 501 | 69.7% | |

39.0 km | 1.4 km | 48 m | 3.6 % | 03:25 | 23.8 km/h | 348.3 W | 321.9 W | 4.0 W/kg | 80.3% | |||

Bakke ved fortu... | 39.0 km | 0.6 km | 40 m | 6.2 % | 01:56 | 20.0 km/h | 403 W | 393.8 W | 4.7 W/kg | 1241 | 78.3% |

Zoom | Duration | Power | Avg power/kg | Start | Length | Elevation |
---|

Zoom | Duration | Speed | Start | Length | Elevation |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

5 seconds | 62.9 km/h | 14.7 km | 85 m | +0 / -4 m | |

10 seconds | 61.7 km/h | 14.7 km | 170 m | +0 / -9 m | |

30 seconds | 59.0 km/h | 14.5 km | 491 m | +0 / -30 m | |

1 minute | 53.1 km/h | 40.4 km | 884 m | +0 / -44 m | |

4 minutes | 41.8 km/h | 12.6 km | 2785 m | +7 / -109 m | |

5 minutes | 40.3 km/h | 12.4 km | 3356 m | +9 / -117 m | |

10 minutes | 35.1 km/h | 22.2 km | 5844 m | +16 / -87 m | |

20 minutes | 29.2 km/h | 18.8 km | 9727 m | +81 / -99 m | |

30 minutes | 28.9 km/h | 3.1 km | 14.4 km | +164 / -251 m |