Still working out the kinks of using Painsled. The capture of information works great, and export to both Trainingpeaks and Strava works at a basic level, but I haven’t had time to make my spreadsheets work with the CSV export from the tool.
On Monday morning, I felt awful. I didn’t sleep well and it was a short turn around time from my Sunday afternoon workout. So, I didn’t have high expectations for the row.
It turned out just as unpleasant as I was expecting.
Here’s the view from Strava after importing the TCX file from Painsled. All the data is there, but I really like the way it’s presented from excel a lot better. Easier to see where I am in HR zones, the pace is in useful units, the cadence scale is right and the rests are displayed correctly. But at least it’s a picture! I have sent feedback into the developer of Painsled about some TCX funniness and requesting a denser CSV format. Once I get past this busy patch at work, I will start to deal with the ugly CSV format myself.