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Public Workouts by Rating's ISLAGIATT

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Start workout clock when words "It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time" appear on the screen (@ 1:10)

Total Time: 01:54:50
Category: Muscular endurance
Author: knuky

2 x 20 sweetspot

Total Time: 01:05:00
Category: Muscular endurance
Author: 781038693@facebook

HIT intervals

4 x 4 min intervals at 105% FTP with 4 min rest

Total Time: 00:10:33
Category: Strength
Author: dallaskerley

Tabata 3 x 8

Total Time: 01:30:00
Category: Explosive Power
Author: abutts

VO2 Spinners

Total Time: 00:48:00
Category: Muscular endurance
Author: jamescbdunn

MAP Test - 200W start with 25W/min - small increments

Maximal Aerobic Power Test (M.A.P Test)
10 mins warm up - increase wattage 10 Watts/minute
1 minute easy
5 x 30 seconds hard with 30 seconds soft pedal
5 minutes easy preparation
Ramp - starts @ 200W smoothly increasing at a rate of 25W/minute (5W every 12 seconds)
Continue until power target can no longer be held

The MAP Test result is the average power achieved over the final minute.
(Approximately 10W less than the power displayed when failure occurs)

FTP will be approximately 75% of the MAP result, although this can be highly individualistic

Total Time: 00:35:18
Category: Testing
Author: xbgs351

Sufferfest Revolver 2013

Sufferfest Revolver 2013 version. Start at video start.

Note: RPE 9 is set to 130%

Total Time: 00:45:39
Category: Speed
Author: sfield

2TP Intervals - 4 x 7mins

Total Time: 01:00:00
Category: Misc.
Author: Zw426p

VO2 Max Intervals

Short bursts to boost VO2 max - critical in road races

Total Time: 01:17:00
Category: Explosive Power
Author: Stumurray

**'s Rubber Glove

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Start workout clock when words " Rubber Glove" appear on the screen (@ 1:12)

Rubber Glove is a test for determining your Functional Threshold Performance (FTP). You will need a power meter (or a power-enabled trainer like the KICKR) or a heart rate monitor. This iMobileIntervals workout is optimized for use with the KICKR trainer.

At the end of the 20 minute interval the app will calculate your ftp and prompt you to save it to your account and settings. NOTE: if you clone and edit this workout, this feature will not be present! You will need to calculate the FTP as follows:

Assuming iMobileIntervals has been sensing power and/or heart rate, upload the completed workout to iMobileIntervals, TrainingPeaks or Garmin Connect and examine the 20 minute interval. Your FTP watts is 95% of the average watts for the interval. Your FTP heart rate is 99% of the average for the interval.

Enter your FTP values in your iMobileIntervals website user account or in the app settings so that the app can show you your target watts/hr and control the KICKR in ERG mode for the many workouts (such as TheSufferFest) that specify ERG as percent of FTP.

Total Time: 01:00:43
Category: Testing
Author: Ransom