Interesting CrewNerd+XGPS160 glitch – Kraftausdauer

I left my backup Garmin at home but I spotted the anomaly anyway.

Today, I had headwind for the entire outing. On the way towards the castle I was rowing with a bungee, so it feels like rowing into a headwind. I removed the bungee for the headwind stretch from the castle back to the club. There was a strong wind and the stretch around the nude beach was quite choppy. When I was rowing with the bungee, the splash I created combined with the chop made the water flow over the XGPS160, which it obviously didn’t like, because suddenly i had 2600m done, where I am usually around 2km. Looking at the data now, somehow the way towards the castle was 1000m longer than the way back. Also there is a suspicious pace peak starting at 1300m, exactly around the nude beach.

Here is a close-up of a very suspicious part of my trajectory:

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XGPS glitch – my real trajectory was very close to the smooth one taken on the way back

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On the way back you can see that area around the nude beach as the dip in pace where I go slower than 2:50.

My training plan said Steady State but in the fall I like to take out the bungee and make it more like a Wolverine L4 workout. Rowing towards the castle I was between 16 and 18spm.

My book “Masterrudern. Das training ab 40” calls this “Kraftausdauer”.

All good. I am preparing the review for you, dear readers.

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