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Ironman 70.3 Texas

25. April 2016 - 3 years, 4 months and 28 days ago

The first race of any season is always a nervous one for athlete and coach alike. Irrespective of how well you might think that winter training has gone, you never really know until race day. Ordinarily, Michi is able to get into early season race shape really quickly. After a 2-week holiday break where he completely downs tools it usually takes him just 12 weeks or so before he is chomping at the bit and feeling ready to race. This ability certainly has something do with some form of ‘muscle memory’ where year after year the body gets used to getting back into shape for each new season’s campaign. Once the consistent training begins all the good stuff – body fat reduction, increased lean body mass, lower heart rates for given training intensities, increased ability to sustain target race pace/power, improved aerobic capacity and so on – happens within weeks.  However, this year was very different! 

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Aggiornamento PC8 Device Agent

25. February 2016 - 3 years, 6 months and 29 days ago

Attenzione ai possessori di SRM PC8...
Aggiornare il Device Agent alla versione V2.1.191: http://www.srm.de/it/prodotti/software/ Questa versione permette di installare il nuovo PC8 Firmware con le seguenti caratteristiche:
  • VAM su 30 sec.
  • 4min Potenza media e massima
  • Supporto per la lingua russa
  • FTP automatico
  • Zone di allenamento calcolate sulla base della % FTP
Questo aggiornamento inserisce nuove funzionalita' del PC8. Non esitate a contattare la sede SRM piu' vicina per qualsiasi informazione o chiarimento. Installazione passo dopo passo (cliccare per ingrandire le immagini) 

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Competitivi anche nel prezzo

31. January 2016 - 3 years, 7 months and 23 days ago

Siamo entusiasti di annunciare una sostanziale riduzione del prezzo globale con effetto immediato per tutti i modelli di PowerMeter per strada, MTB e pista. Il nuovo prezzo ha subito una sostanziale diminuzione e rendera' i nostri prodotti ancora piu' appetibili. SRM rappresenta l'azienda che ha creato il PowerMeter ed arriva quest'anno al suo 30esimo anniversario di esperienza nel settore. La casa madre tedesca e' stata in grado di ridurre i prezzi in maniera molto importante tenendo sempre presente l'importanza della qualita', della affidabilita' e della precisione dei dati.
  • I PowerMeter SRM sono passati ad un prezzo base di €1.200 (iva esclusa - per il solo spider Specialized, Cannondale senza pedivelle e corone).
  • Il prezzo del piu' popolare PowerMeter SRM, la versione Shimano 11V, e' passato a €2.000 (iva esclusa - incluso pedivelle e corone).
  • La versione SRM per SRAM, sia GXP che BB30, e' disponibile al prezzo di di €1.700 (iva esclusa - incluso pedivelle e corone).
“Questo cambiamento dei prezzi e' stato frutto un lungo processo decisionale” - ha dichiarato il fondatore di SRM Ulrich Schoberer - “abbiamo analizzato i feedback sia dei nostri rivenditori sia dei consumatori finali e, dopo una lunga analisi, abbiamo realizzato che possiamo venire incontro a queste esigenze.".  Per qualsiasi ulteriore informazione non esitate a contattarci direttamente a italia@srm.de oppure tramite un nostro rivenditore di fiducia.
 

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PC8 on Training Camp

14. January 2016 - 3 years, 8 months and 8 days ago

BMC Racing Team recently held their second winter training camp in Denia, Spain. The team’s European-based riders, including Greg Van Avermaet and Philippe Gilbert, were at the camp to continue to build their condition for the first races of the 2016 season whilst profiting from the consistently good weather. Team sports scientist and trainer David Bailey shared the data collected throughout the camp, including GPS tracking, from new PowerControl8 the team are using to monitor riders' training and performance. 

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Ironman Cozumel 2015

05. December 2015 - 3 years, 9 months and 17 days ago

On the 29th November 2015, on a particularly hot Ironman Cozumel Sunday, SRM sponsored triathlete, Michi Weiss, posted the 2nd fastest bike split of the day en route to 3rd place overall and his third consecutive podium at this race which he has dominated for the last two years winning by seven minutes in 2013 and a staggering twenty minutes last year. Coming just six weeks after the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii where Michi also posted a top 10 bike split, he arrived in Mexico two weeks before race day feeling good and ready to mount the second consecutive defense of his title. The Cozumel race course is one that really suits Michi’s specific abilities in that the buoyancy providing ocean swim also features a favorable current which helps the non front pack swimmers like Michi to exit the water within touching distance of the leaders, as he did again this year posting an Ironman PB of 0:49:40 for the 3.8km swim. The bike course is fast and flat with technical sections, which is perfect for the strongest cyclists and as such Michi already holds the course record. The run surface is also consistent and flat. And so it was that those of us on Team Weiss were pretty confident that another dominating victory was doable, even likely. In this article I am going to unpack Michi’s SRM power file from the race and highlight the reasons why a title defense is such a hard thing to pull off, especially when it is the second one in two years! 

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