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Originally Posted by Carbonfiberboy View Post
Good idea. I'm a geezer, 74, so I'm really slow to recover. I've been running a weekly TSS of 350-500 this winter, that's like 6-10 hrs. IME the extra benefit over 10 hours is small, a few percent. OTOH, competition is all about that last few percent. So if you want to compete, you always push, but carefully so as not to overdo it. Starting out and young, the issue is probably more one of RSI rather than overdoing it. I don't see a TSS (training stress score) on your TP workouts. How are you measuring your efforts? HRM? PM? No instrumentation?
Since i have no Instrument like Heart rate, power meter and such, I just use the perceived effort bar in the training peaks

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