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|Posté le: Ven 23 Juin - 12:03 (2017) Sujet du message: Newbie power meter question
|I'm an injured semi-serious recreational runner (85 min half marathoner) and recently started doing some indoor cycling to stay in shape. I've been taking indoor cycling class (45 mins, intense intervals) and I have a question about the accuracy of the power meter readings. The bikes we use are Schwinn linked up with power meter.
A few weeks ago when I started I could average around 280 watts for the 45 mins (short pushes at 400 to 600 watts and rests at 200 to 250). Most recently the computer says I averaged 350 watts for the 45 mins and I can max out at around 850 watts. I googled around and could find much but at a weight of 73 kgs these readings seem way too high (power to weight of 4.8 kg) . That being said I've used several different bikes at the gym and the readings have always been in a similar range. I use a monitor and usually average around 85% of my max heart rate for the full class. I'm wondering if these bikes are definitely off or if I actually have some good biking talent. Any one have experience with the Schwinn / Echelon power meter? Couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance
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