Nice 20mins power avg! You should increase your FTP slowly, dont You think? Or there is too many offset on Pioneer?
It was almost exactly the same watts than last year (http://jpansy.at/2014/05/12/kindberger-bergrennen-2014/) and last year i did 1h@328W a few weeks later. So 325-330w is about it. Pioneer watts now seem to nicely match up with vectors. Anyhow, looks like this year is the first year in which i can't improve anymore. So from next year onwards the downward, aging spiral is about to kick in ... :-(
As i see, in last year it was apprx 20m@338W and now it's 20m@355W, it is "not so bad" anyway..., great improving (both physically and mentally). I dont think You cant improve anymore, just it slowed down, stagnating a bit now, and very hard to increase even a smaller value too. Btw, ~5,24W/kg/CP60 is more than great knowing You started to cycling at age 35 (lower base VO2Max, the volleyball couldnt increase it enough in your younger ages)
No, 338w was 2011 (my first race with a license). Last year was ~355w (like this year).
And CP60 is at 5.0 (at best) - which is (still) enough to have lot's of fun on amateur level ;-)
Yes, You are right, it was my bad (i opened bad link and didnt check the timestamp... :)). I know its still enough, i would be the most happy if i could reach this level once...
where is the heart-rate? it´s not interesting for you? you only to look for watt or what :-)
Perhaps, your body invested the whole potential (for increasing the level) in required adaptions for running...
@Tilo: Yes. Don't really care about HR (especially on such short rides). Also don't like the tight belt around my chest.
@Helios: Not shure about the potential, but for shure running (esp. the races) did drain my battery more than just cycling would have. More fatigue = longer recovery = less training.
Very nice finishing 30 seconds, after 20 minutes of full gas!
Team tactics. My teammate went off at the 1000m mark. So i was waiting until the 250m mark with my effort.