@david Just a quick note regarding the workouts: There does not seem to be a “band” of power around the target when I look at my workout on the Garmin? I mean on this screen : https://triathlonmagazine.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Screen-Shot-2019-04-23-at-4.16.09-PM.png (sorry that’s the only picture I found, but if you have a Garmin unit you will relate), I see the low and high power as being exactly the power I have set in my workout.
This is fine if you’re on a turbo with erg mode on, as it will smooth your power and most of the time you will be spot on target value. But if you don’t use erg mode or do a workout outside, you will never be on it exactly, which will make your edge unit go banana and it will keep telling you your power is too low or too high.
Ideally, I think you would want a margin of error of around 15W on each side (30 total) or something like 5% on each side of your target power.
I hope this makes sense, but I think if you’ve already done a workout outside with your unit you will understand what I mean.
Also question for you: is there an equivalent to the until lap button pressed for duration of an interval? It can be quite useful, especially when training outside!
And also, maybe an improvement for performance: I see that workouts that upload to Garmin Connect take significantly longer to save / update than other workouts when clicking on the ok buttton (3-5 s vs instantly). Could this be done in the background / asyncronously just after saving it to intervals.icu? I guess this would speed up things a bit when amending your workouts
Last but not least, reall great job once again, this is amazing what you have done here
@Paavo_Heikkinen I think workouts only sync until one week ahead, from what I have seen and tested, so I guess it will be synced automatically as you approach the date.