CompuTrainer Report

15 12 2008

I’m starting to get use to the CompuTrainer and to CyclingPeaks Real 3d. I created a bunch of courses, such as IM France 2009 and the Suburu Milton Sprint. I find it pretty interesting that I’ve finish the Milton Sprint averaging 31.9 Km/h in the Computrainer and last year, during the race, I averaged 32.0 km/h! That is pretty cool!

Mind you, I’m on my off-season now, and Milton was my first race last season, so it is hard to say how my fitness level would compare. Having said that, not bad for a simulation!

I’m attaching the CompuTrainer report, it has quite a bit of information too. On the good side, I have a pretty good right to left power ratio, but I really need to work on my “SpinScan”, which should be at least 75:

 

PERFORMANCE REPORT
Hans Winter Report

Date/Time: 2008-12-13 16:52:25


 

Rider Data

 

 

Athlete: Hans Winter

 

Age: 38

Weight: 98

Gender: M

HR Limits

Lower: 115

Upper: 155


 

Course Data

 

Name: Milton Sprint Canada Triathlon Loop.3dc

Distance: 30.26 KM

 

Units: English

Laps: 1

Lap Length: 30260.30 meters

Min Grade: -6.5%

Avg Grade: -0.0%

Max Grade: 5.8%

Min Wind: 0.0 kph

Avg Wind: 0.0 kph

Max Wind: 0.0 kph

 

Total Climbing Meters: 166

 


Total Kilometers Ridden:

 30.88

Performance Statistics

Lap Avg: None

Rolling Calibration:

 11: 2.00 U

Finish Time: 00:58:03.0

Calories: 650.5

Item

Min

Avg

Max

Watts

108.0

194.9

292.0

Watts Per KiloGram

1.5

2.7

4.0

Heart Rate

0

103.4

245

KPH

15.6

31.9

50.9

RPM

66.0

80.2

98.0

Overall SpinScan

43.1

64.8

80.2

Left SpinScan

41.9

64.1

79.9

Right SpinScan

44.4

65.5

82.6

Power Split Left

38.2

48.8

61.4

Power Split Right

38.6

51.2

61.8

Left ATA

95.0

106.2

106.2

Right ATA

95.0

106.2

121.0

               
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