Can you please make your Training Peaks workout from yesterday public and share the link?
I did an ANT test yesterday and have been on TP to crunch some numbers and am shocked at what it’s reporting (see screenshot) There is a huge spike on my performance management graph as you can see, and it is confusing as it wasn’t a hugely intense workout – there are workouts listen on the graph which are displaying much further down.
Any ideas what the reason for this is?
My thoughts are:
– I’m Ill and I don’t know it yet!
– My HR monitor is playing up
– TP is glitching
Some points on the lead up to the workout and now…
Last week was a lower intensity week after a good recovery period after the New Year. Prior to yesterday I did some very light aerobic exercise the day before but had increased my strength training last week. I felt “normal” for the workout yesterday – and feel “normal” for the day after that particular type of workout today.
Any help appreciated – this may have been covered before in the forum (but I couldn’t find it)
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Of course: http://tpks.ws/AD4XRYQD3M3TZTI4FEYTRMETSU
Uh yeah 3000+ TSS is HUGE! I think your threshold was set way too low, that’s how it calculates TSS. Presumably you didn’t know your threshold until you did this test? What was your previous threshold in Training Peaks? You should update it with the new one from your test yesterday, and apply to past workouts.
You can update using the directions here Recalculate TSS
You can use the elevation correction in TrainingPeaks to fix the vert.
It looks like now the hrTSS is set to 119 which is better, but the PMC hasn’t updated to reflect that yet. You could try changing the date range it uses and Apply to force a refresh I believe (you could then set it back to the usual date range). How are your fitness and form numbers now?
Good morning, thank you for your responses and help on this. It was definitely a case of “couldn’t see the wood for the trees” – I have been through and used the elevation correction across the last few sessions. (though irritatingly I couldn’t seem to find a “bulk” option for this!)
Note to self – make sure the elevation is reading correctly!