More control over targets in workouts


(François Trout) #1

Workout feature is great, but it needs one little but very important improvement:

In Zwift, the wattage target is too wide for my taste, it works with a unique number and allow for + or – xxx Watts. Because it’s too tolerant, this affects the efficiency of the workout.

We need more control over the targets, instead of a unique target number; we should be able to set our own low and high target (in FTP% or in Watts).  This is the way most program like Today’s plan or PrefPro works.

This is not a difficult improvement to make, but it’s an important one, if Zwift wants to be a serious training tool.

 

Other interesting improvement would be ability to import ERG and MRC Workout files


(Zee Kryder) #2

If you try the ftp test, it tells you your average watts during that period.

Every segment should have that. The failure when over-powering a segment is ridiculous. You never know if your average watts were 250 or 300 when your shooting for 275. It’s a very simple fix. Yes, I can review every segment on Strava, but it takes a lot of time and doesn’t work with segments under a minute.

Come on wift, STEP UP!