I would love it if you could add support for “dynamic” workouts, by which i mean workouts where you have more control to modify them while they are in process.
For example, currently, a workout might include a 15 minute warmup. Sometimes that’s more than you need, sometimes it’s too little. I would love to be able to warm up until I am done warming up, however long that takes, and then hit a button to finish it and start the main workout.
Similarly, a workout might have a slow ramp or a series of steps as its warmup, say for example 5 minutes at 150 watts, 5 minutes at 200, 5 minutes at 250. Well, you might find that some days, you need more time at 150. You can reduce the wattage target for using the +/- bias feature, but you are limited to plus or minus 10% and it moves slowly. It would be great to be able to on the fly set your wattage target for the interval in a much larger range. Like a full erg mode.
In interval workouts, some days i want to go out and do intervals until I stop recovering, some times that’s 10 times, sometimes that’s 5. The fact is, the body is a cmplicated machine and you can’t always predict what will be the right thing to do for that day. It would be great to be able to start an indefinite workout, and press a button to cut it off whenever you hit that point.
Finally, rest intervals: some days you are recovered after 4 minutes, sometimes it takes longer, sometimes it’s quicker. It would be great to be able to shorten or extend these intervals.
of course you don’t need to do this for EVERY workout; sometimes, deliberately forcing yourself on a short rest interval is a great way to get a different kind of training stress.
But the option of dynamic, body-guided workouts and warmups, with on the fly modification, would be a great feature.
I understand that you can already skip intervals or cut them short, but then you don’t get the XP, it’s kind of cumbersome, and it doesn’t help you at all if you want to extend an interval.
And as i said above you can use the bias feature to increase or decrease the wattage targets, but the increments are small and the total change is far too limited.