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TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Thu 23. May 2019, 15:46
by ruskhom
Hello!
Something wrong with TRIMP calculation. Two weeks ago TRIMP for all my trainings became 2 times lower.
Attached two TCX files with same trainings (pace, HR, distance) from 01.05.19 and 09.05.19 for example.
TRIMP for all trainings from 08.05. is almost 2 times lower comparing with previous same trainings.

Please help me to fix it.

Re: TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Thu 23. May 2019, 16:14
by laufhannes
Did you change your resting or maximal heart rate? TRIMP does highly depend on this settings.

Re: TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Thu 23. May 2019, 19:26
by ruskhom
No, I add some data earlier. Last data 23.04. But everything happened after 07.05.

Re: TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Sat 25. May 2019, 09:10
by laufhannes
I had a look into the data, but I can't see any bug. It's simply the trimp calculation for the exact heart rate profile that's resulting in these values.

Re: TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Sun 26. May 2019, 05:06
by ruskhom
First training (01.05) about 50 min with pace 5:46 have TRIMP 33. Another training (09.05) also 50 min with pace 5:36 have TRIMP 18. It is strange.
Other same trainings (time, pace, distance) also give 2-times lower TRIMP. From 08.05.
And also calculation of stress balance and other parametres have changed. I have run 5 days this week - 50 km (and some cycling) and have 48% (+11) stress balance but for me it is not so easy to train so much.

Re: TRIMP became 2 times lower than 2 weeks ago

Posted: Sun 9. Jun 2019, 17:08
by matsalo
Just a thought, can it be related to the recorded HR values?

Looks with a quick glance like the first registered HR is at distance 1784m 1st of May, while it's at distance 4157m 9th of May. And it looks like it's missing several HR recordings throughout the files. Also the two files are significantly different in size, even though it's assumed same distance etc.