MagneticDays Training Demo
The demo workout is a training that MD has created to let you test with your own hands and understand how a training of the MagneticDays methodology is designed.
Below you will find a description of the various phases (STEP) that the demo workout is composed of.
This workout is self-managed, and is based on hypothetical reference values of 220 Watts, but can be modified by entering your value (if known) in the appropriate field for the workout. If you do not want to perform the workout with the hypothetical value, MD offers the possibility to perform AutoTest protocols, available in your MD profile.
The demo is automatically loaded into the user profile when a new MagneticDays ID is created!
If you prefer you can also download the PDF version of the MD demo training description by clicking below ↓
INCREMENTAL TEST PROTOCOL
Starting from a value in the amount of 50% of own reference value, MD System improves the Power of 1 Watt per 6” (free RPM).
The test ends when the subject has reached maximum effort and therefore cannot proceed further with the test. Observational analysis is the MD Coach’s active examination of an athlete’s performance to determine their personal values at any given time
[ In this case, test stopped after 4’ ]
2’ of AUTO WATT with a value in the amount of 70% of own reference value.
Watt are constants also changing RPM or Gears.
[ So, you can understand how (with the MagneticDays System) the use of your gears is USELESS ]
30” of recovery as AUTO WATT with a value in the amount of 50% of own reference value.
2’ of AUTO NEWTON with an Offset value in the amount of -3 Newton of own reference value.
Newton are constants also changing RPM.
Variations of RPM determine relative variations of Watt in order to maintain constant Newton.
Example of WATT PROGRESSION (90 seconds) with a start value in the amount of 60% and final value in the amount of 80% of own reference value.
Progression: 1 Watt per 2 seconds
During this progression, user/athlete will be change his cadence from 70 to 90 RPM.
Example of NEWTON PROGRESSION (60 seconds) with a start Offset value in the amount of -8 Newton and final Offset value in the amount of -2 Newton of own reference value.
Progression: 1 Newton per 10 seconds
During this progression, user/athlete will keep costant his RPM at own reference value (85).
Example of RPM PROGRESSION with constant Newton (80 seconds)
Newton are fixed with an Offset value in the amount of -3 Newton of own reference value.
User/client will be start to cycle from 70 RPM to 90 RPM (from start Offset -15 Newton to final +5 of RPM reference value)
Variation: 2 RPM per 8 seconds