###### Avg HR

123 BPM , 61.5%###### Max HR

184 BPM , 92%###### Start time

10:34 a.m.###### Date

April 4, 2019###### Max Speed

72.5 km/h###### Temperature

15 ℃###### Min Temperature

9 ℃###### Max Temperature

25 ℃###### Calories

2668 kcal (0.3 kg bodyfat)###### Avg Pedaling Cadence

74 RPM###### Avg Cadence

74 RPM###### Max Cadence

118 RPM###### Avg Pedaling Power

204 W 74.2% FTP###### Avg Power

145 W###### Normalized Power

207 W###### Intensity Factor

0.753###### TSS

295###### Max Power

987 W###### xPower

200 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)

0.7###### 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 | Tid | Lengd | Elevation | Fart | Gj. effekt | FTP % | Avg power/kg | Maks effekt | Puls | Avg cadence | Makskadens |
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10:34, 0 km | 21:57 | 3.2 km | +9/-38 m | 8.7 km/h | 45 W | 16.4% | 0.5 W/kg | 372 W | 46.5% | |||

10:56, 3.2 km | 04:43:01 | 100.5 km | +1839/-1809 m | 21.3 km/h | 155 W | 56.4% | 1.8 W/kg | 987 W | 62.5% |

### Time in HR zones

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