Whilst the Zwift workout editor is pretty good, it doesn’t have the option to repeat intervals and hence can be a lengthy process for multiple repeat training. Let’s say you want to do two intervals, each of 10 x 30secs on, 30 secs off. This is pretty slow to set up under the Zwift graphical […]
Backing up and syncing your Zwift custom workouts on Windows Have you ever wished you could create your Zwift workouts on one computer, but have them available on another computer? Or perhaps you’re just wanting to make sure your painstakingly-created Zwift workouts are backed up? ZwiftHQ has plans to add automatic cloud backup and sync […]
I recently did some professional sales negotiation training, where they talked about moving difficult negotiations up from the micro to the macro level. Tonight I was walking back from an evening meal and I started to think how this could be applied to the amateur/semi serious athlete, and the answer was surprisingly simple. All too […]
I’ve always wondered if the Strava estimated power was close to real power. So on a couple of specific segments I’ve run my phone using Strava and my Garmin using a power meter so that I can compare. You can see from the screenshots below the differences. In summary for smaller segments it was within […]
My previous method stopped working with Windows 10, fortunately I found another workaround on the Microsoft Forums as follows: It looks like the OneDrive client in the RTM version of Windows 10 does not allow syncing OneDrive to an SD card via the empty NTFS folder method if there isn’t enough free space on the […]
I’ve put this together to show the conditions during April over the past four years. [Show slideshow] Click down for some videos from 2011 onwards….
I’ve been using this diagram on a ski forum a fair bit recently so decided to post it up here, it’s a very useful visual aid for getting the skiing stance right, not too far back, not too far forward….
I just came across this great utility for Mac and Windows which allows you to export your iTunes playlists and optionally copy music over to a USB stick to then play in a BMW. Just tested and works fine! http://www.ericdaugherty.com/dev/itunesexport/
I just got a HP Pavilion x2 and wanted to install the Windows 10 32 bit technical preview. Everywhere I searched said I could only UEFI boot a 64 bit OS. So I tried a different partition option in Rufus and I am pleased to say it worked. The secret is to use the MBR […]
I’ve skied for some 30+ years, I’ve been through many phases inc “find the biggest resort” and ski every run part of my ski development, then I started skiing more and more offpiste and trying to track down smaller less well known resorts. About 5 years ago I felt as if I wasn’t really getting […]