Avg HR
123 BPM , 61.5%
Max HR
184 BPM , 92%
Route
L'Albir
Distance
103.7 km
Ascent
2025 m (19.5 m/km)
Descent
2022 m
Max altitude
987 m
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 W

    xPower 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
    BikeScore

    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

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    Zoom Start Tid Lengd Elevation Fart Gj. effekt FTP % Avg power/kg Maks effekt Puls Avg cadence Makskadens
    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%

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