I am not a Zwift user but I am thinking about developing a technology that I think may be useful for users, and I’d be interested to have your feedback on it !
(This post is not for any form of promotion -I have nothing to sell- but just to talk about my idea and whether you find it interesting. However, if you find it inappropriate for this forum I’d understand and would be sorry for the disturbance!).
My idea is to propose a new kind of fatigue/energy physiological measurement in order to help athletes know how to adapt their day-to-day training. The technology is based on HRV (heart rate variability) but measured during a normal Zwift session, as opposed to the standard 5 minutes-protocol in the morning usually recommended. I think that would be an interesting add-on to know how to adapt your training every day (when to train, at which intensity) in order to avoid overtraining and make the best of every workout, without the unpractical protocol. It may even be used to propose last minute changes to a session, for example to add or delete high intensity blocks according to your energy.
I think the idea would be most useful to people following the Zwift Academy program but I am open to any suggestions (hence the post in the General Forum).
What do you think ? good idea, bad idea ? Useful for you ?
Thanks a lot for your feedback !