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Old 11-07-12, 08:53 PM   #1
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Adding Complex/Stepped Workouts to WKO+, Garmin Connect, Strava, Etc

Doing a spin bike workout recording power, cadence, HR, etc for something "complex" like:

- 10 min w/u - 160W, 90RPM

- 3 x 30 sec to open legs - 300W, 100RPM

- 2 x 20 min TT effort - 340W, 95RPM

- Etc.

I can execute this on the spin bike, remember my data (or write it down) since I can't export this data out of the spin bike, but then I have no way of putting in WKO+, Garmin Connect, etc since they dont have a feature where you can manually input all this data (specifically power values).

Concern is that I'm recording somewhat accurate power data that I use in combo w/ my Quarq data on the road, but then it's "lost" since I can put into any database to analyze and log in.

Anybody know a way to enter this power data manually?
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Old 11-09-12, 10:48 AM   #2
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You could use an excel spreadsheet and then import a csv file into WKO. Export a file from WKO first in csv format and then duplicate that format with your data and import.
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I'm interested in this too. I just put in a TSS over ride for workouts where I don't get a power file, but if there's a better way...
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