Power output recorded in training and racing isn’t separated from the physiology of the athlete. In fact, the power output one sees on his powermeter are actually created by the physiology of the athlete.
INSCYD’s Power-Performance Decoder (PPD) is the first tool ever to combine field- and lab data, it enables coaches to see, how they belong together and how they are to be looked at as a unit.
In this webinar you will learn how to operate the PPD and the basic mechanism and science that is used to create a full 360° physiological athletic profile.
– The basic principles of using power as the main data source
– How to merge lactate and VO2 data with power only data
– How to use data from training and 3rd party software with PPD
– Accuracy and typical errors using the PPD
– Cross – Validation of your data – ensuring the data is sound
Sebastian Weber, coach of 4x time World Time Trial Champion Tony Martin has worked with best athletes and Teams in the sport for more then a decade, including: Peter Sagan, André Greipel, Andrew Talansky, Cannondale, Katusha, Lotto, HTC-Highroad.
Sebastian is a consultant to several organizations, includung the french national swimming federation, cycling ireland, Team JUMBO-VISMA, german swimming & speed skating federation, and numerous private coaching business in europe and the US. He has his roots in coaching amateur and recreational athletes and founded the STAPS coaching & testing business in 2006.