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How to read Favero IAV data?

Old 02-05-24, 09:49 AM
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How to read Favero IAV data?

Hello.

Can someone explain how to read my Assioma Duo numbers?

Yes I found what they mean but not found what kind of numbers are what I should target so I can make some changes to receive those better results.

Balance is only number I easily understand (left 51% and right 49%)

Here is one example and that ride my saddle was little too high I think.
Sorry for finnish language.
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The Finnish doesn't help, but it shows where you are applying force during the pedal stroke. The bottom row is presumably showing where you are exerting maximum force. Your left and right leg look pretty well balanced.
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Just push harder, where in the rotation you are applying the power will sort itself out. All those "pedaling circle" talks are taken out of context and really not applicable to power production unless you recover from a serious injury and relearning your range of motion.
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