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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Tue Mar 05, 2019 4:37 am

Training 5.3.2019:
Elias Tobar Berg: -1
Elias Tobar Flach: -1
Elias Tobar Abfahrt: -1
Elias Tobar Zeit: -1
Elias Tobar Sprint: -1
Barrington Salkey Berg: -1
Barrington Salkey Abfahrt: -1
Barrington Salkey Sprint: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Fiu Sofiga Flach: -1
Fiu Sofiga Sprint: -1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Sprint: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Sofiga loses his 2 most important skills... not ideal. Matsukaze trains sprint, he was concentrating on flat.. .ok. Wiedmer, Haqqi and Kunonga take their 100%, 96 for Wiedmer. So expected.
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Re: Training

Post by team fl » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:26 am

Training 5.3.2019:
Wael Afifi Abfahrt: -1
Wael Afifi Zeit: -1
Carlos Kaiser Zeit: -1
René Ritter Zeit: -1
Baltasar Banzer Berg: +1
Max Funk Berg: +1
Max Funk Flach: +1
Ron Zwerver Berg: +1
Ron Zwerver Flach: +1
Pleased by the downtraining, resp. the lack of it. Besides that, the 21yo double as expected, the rest rather lazy. Esp. Kopinski seems to be already satisfied after his win on Sunday...
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Re: Training

Post by team fl » Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:34 am

Training 12.3.2019:
Wael Afifi Berg: -1
Wael Afifi Abfahrt: -1
Wael Afifi Zeit: -1
Wael Afifi Sprint: -1
Carlos Kaiser Abfahrt: -1
Carlos Kaiser Zeit: -1
Kahlid Satour Abfahrt: -1
Kahlid Satour Sprint: -1
Max Funk Berg: +1
Max Funk Flach: +1
Ron Zwerver Berg: +1
Ron Zwerver Flach: +1
21 and younger and 34 and older happy to train, rest are lazy bastards!!!
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:58 am

Actually I talked with Funk yesterday, he told me he wasn't happy to train at all, he was forced too, so he does it!

In my team otherwise everybody is happy to train. No exception. Only problem is that some don't seem to have the talent to improve further.
Training 12.3.2019:
Elias Tobar Berg: -1
Elias Tobar Flach: -1
Elias Tobar Abfahrt: -1
Elias Tobar Sprint: -1
Barrington Salkey Berg: -1
Barrington Salkey Abfahrt: -1
Barrington Salkey Zeit: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Flach: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Abong Pilioko Berg: -1
Abong Pilioko Flach: -1
Fiu Sofiga Berg: -1
Fiu Sofiga Sprint: -1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Flach: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Tobar only -4 with 39, good.
Salkey -3, keeps flat, good. Not that it makes a huge difference at this point.
Valdelomar on the other hand bad, lose flat again. He's 36, so not unexpected. From 57-86-x-x-55 to 54-81-x-x-56, the lost most in flat, still 4 to go to PR, doesn't look good. Since he basically stopped riding after Zafzaf retired, we hoped he would be "fresh" and not lose that much.
Innocenti same age, -3, mountain too this time. from 60-81-77 to 57-75-75. so similar losses to Valdelomar.
Pilioko, who cares.
Sofiga, mountain ok, if it's hilly the leader is Matsukaze, but sprint, ahhh. But ok, here the Donkey is to blame. Once it all becomes red he usually doesn't look at the percentages anymore, so Sofiga was mainly attempting to keep flat, which he managed nicely so far. Change of training, from -25% for sprint to -11%!

+
No surprises. Haqqi, Kunonga double with 100%, Wiedmer now 93%, so was probably at 96% or more, Matsukaze flat 60+%, so good. Even if we're not sure if that's the way to go, higher sprint first maybe better? But to have him less exposed to high tempo, improve his performance on +5+6, flat seems important. Well, as long as he trains something we're happy anyway.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Wed Mar 20, 2019 6:03 am

Training 20.3.2019:
Elias Tobar Berg: -1
Elias Tobar Flach: -1
Elias Tobar Abfahrt: -1
Elias Tobar Zeit: -1
Elias Tobar Sprint: -1
Barrington Salkey Flach: -1
Barrington Salkey Abfahrt: -1
Barrington Salkey Zeit: -1
Barrington Salkey Sprint: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Abfahrt: -1
Abong Pilioko Zeit: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Snorri Kolbeinsson Flach: +1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Flach: +1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Kolbeinsson 87 flat now, good. Matsukaze 58, maybe would have been better to go for more sprint first, still don't know...
Haqqi+KUnonga close to 100. Wiedmer too, 94%, but no skill up, grrr. WEll, he stays cheaper, nice too.
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Re: Training

Post by team fl » Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:45 pm

Training 20.3.2019:
Wael Afifi Flach: -1
Wael Afifi Abfahrt: -1
Carlos Kaiser Flach: -1
Carlos Kaiser Zeit: -1
Kahlid Satour Zeit: -1
René Ritter Flach: -1
Thibault Rossard Berg: +1
Karl Kopinski Flach: +1
Max Funk Berg: +1
Max Funk Flach: +1
Ron Zwerver Berg: +1
Ron Zwerver Flach: +1
Kopinski getting ready for PR! Ritter not so much… grrr.. Funk and Zwerver with the expected double training, Rossard also wants to be mentioned.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:19 pm

Training 27.3.2019:
Elias Tobar Berg: -1
Elias Tobar Flach: -1
Elias Tobar Abfahrt: -1
Elias Tobar Zeit: -1
Elias Tobar Sprint: -1
Barrington Salkey Flach: -1
Barrington Salkey Abfahrt: -1
Barrington Salkey Zeit: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Abfahrt: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Abong Pilioko Berg: -1
Abong Pilioko Flach: -1
Abong Pilioko Zeit: -1
Hiroshi Matsubara Flach: +1
Hiroya Matsuzaka Flach: +1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Berg: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Flach: +1
Last training for Tobar. If I was a nicer manager I could have spared him that....
Valdelomar keeps pavé, only 1 more till PR, but ok, leadership is gone, it's Matsuishi's. Or Matsubara? +1 flat, nice. One of quite a few nice positive surprises this time: The others
Matsuzaka +1 flat. He's training mountain mostly, but flat never hurts.
Matsukaze: +1 mountain. He's training flat, but mountain doesn't hurt. Since I often mistake them for helping etc during races... maybe the system did the same? Anyway, won't complain, both trainings useful.
Wiedmer double, missed mountain last time, took his 93%. Which he had after the last training, and now too, weird, thought goes down? And took the 19% (now) flat too. Nice.
Happy with this one, very happy even.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Fri Apr 05, 2019 5:27 am

Training 5.4.2019:
Barrington Salkey Berg: -1
Barrington Salkey Flach: -1
Barrington Salkey Sprint: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Flach: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Flach: -1
Abong Pilioko Zeit: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Fiu Sofiga Berg: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Berg: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Zeit: -1
Hiroshi Matsuishi Zeit: -1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Sprint: +1
La catastrophe!
Salkey only 3 downtrainings. His goal (or maybe only my goal for him) is to downtrain as much as possible, in order to win the "cheapest sale of the year competition" in 2019. At least he did mountain. But missing TT might be bad. Change the training immediately, he now only trains downhill. -57%, rest at -81%.
Valdelomar, Matsushita, ahh. Ok, Valdelomar not unexpected, mountain and flat, still second best pavé rider in the team, but with only 80 flat.... Matsushita, who was hoping to get his chances in RVV and PR too, losing flat not ideal at all.
+, Haqqi, flat good, 60%, Kunonga only sprint, he's 22, double trainings would be an idea.... Quttiboyev does his flat, then since that's all that counts something over 30% in mountain, downhill and sprint, added the sprint, not for much but ok.

No positive surprises except Quttiboyev's rather unimportant sprint. (And ok, Haqqi at 60 is not automatic either, but Haqqi is sort of the guy who is only there to be there, nobody cares abot what he does really, he has no purpose whatsover in life and in the game, maybe he wants that to change?) But no Wiedmer, grrr, no Matsukaze
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Re: Training

Post by team fl » Fri Apr 05, 2019 10:43 am

Ha, Kopinski finally tries to prepare for RVV and PR by training one more flat skill point. Maybe he will get to 85 flat for PR? Who knows. In the meantime, Funk and Zwerver do whats expected while Banzer is trying to be the GC leader for the Giro. The old ones doing pretty good too in keeping their skills. They really don't want to face retirement it seems.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:06 am

Training 12.4.2019:
Barrington Salkey Berg: -1
Barrington Salkey Flach: -1
Barrington Salkey Abfahrt: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Abfahrt: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Fiu Sofiga Zeit: -1
Fiu Sofiga Sprint: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Zeit: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Sprint: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsubara Sprint: +1
YoungGwon Son Zeit: +1
YoungGwon Son Sprint: +1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Flach: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Abfahrt: +1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Flach: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Berg: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Fascinating one. Salkey only -3, especially keeping TT hurts.
Innocenti -4
Sofiga sprint, grr, Valdelomar flat, grr grr.
Then the +, lots of small surprises there.
Matsubara sprint, Son a double! TT and sprint, 2 things he's just trying to keep, more never hurts of course. Minimal percentages, 2+3 right now.
Wiedmer mountain, good, and doubles with Downhill.
Matsukaze takes the flat.
Haqqi too.
Quttiboyev double, Flat, he's main, and mountain, one of 3 30% trainings since we don't know what he should train.
Kunonga only flat not that great, he'll concentrate more on sprint from now on.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:21 am

Training 20.4.2019:
Barrington Salkey Berg: -1
Barrington Salkey Flach: -1
Barrington Salkey Zeit: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Berg: -1
Abong Pilioko Abfahrt: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Abfahrt: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Abfahrt: -1
Hiroshi Matsuyama Berg: +1
Hiroya Matsuzaka Berg: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Mohammed Haqqi Flach: +1
Happyton Kunonga Flach: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Abfahrt: +1
Hiroshi Matsubara! 86 mountain. So good training. Rest doesn't really matter.
But ok too. Matsukaze no training not perfect, he needs flat first, and sprint from May on. Second miss on flat, maybe go to sprint from for the last April training?
Haqqi perfect so far, 85 flat already... nice. Since he's useless in pavé we will need a top sprinter if he continues training like that.
Top sprinter? Kunonga! Takes the flat, misses the 96% sprint, grr. But well, ok, next time.
Wiedmer+Matsuzaka +1 mountain, perfect, 62-83 and 57-81 now.
Quttiboyev the flat plus the downhill, downhill now 50, he'll stop training that!
Down... Salkey only 3 again grrr. Rest ok, either don't care at all, little bit or nothing important, Matsuoka downhill is ok, as long as it's not mountain or flat, for the moment it's ok.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Sun May 05, 2019 3:46 am

Training 5.5.2019:
Jaime Valdelomar Abfahrt: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Zeit: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Sprint: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Berg: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsuishi Zeit: -1
YoungGwon Son Berg: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Tulio Armas Berg: +1
Tulio Armas Flach: +1

Son!
Outstanding. 75 mountain now.
Rest.. Wiedmer nice, Kunonga too.
Very nice: no down from Matsuoka.
Would have liked some flat for Matsukaze.. he doesn't seem to like training that... But with Son all is good anyway.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Sun May 12, 2019 2:50 pm

Training 12.5.2019:
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Flach: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Abfahrt: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Zeit: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Sprint: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Flach: -1
Abong Pilioko Zeit: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Fiu Sofiga Flach: -1
Fiu Sofiga Abfahrt: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Zeit: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Sprint: -1
Snorri Kolbeinsson Flach: +1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Tulio Armas Berg: +1
Tulio Armas Flach: +1
Not much plus, but Wiedmer and Kolbeinsson are nice.
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Re: Training

Post by team fl » Mon May 20, 2019 9:57 am

Training 20.5.2019:
René Ritter Berg: -1
René Ritter Abfahrt: -1
Sandro Spaeth Abfahrt: -1
Baltasar Banzer Berg: +1
Karl Kopinski Flach: +1
Max Funk Flach: +1
Ron Zwerver Flach: +1
Eduardo Spohr Flach: +1
Eduardo Spohr Sprint: +1
Jose Lluis Berg: +1
Jose Lluis Flach: +1

Finally some training worth posting here: Ritter and Spaeth keep their main skills, while Banzer seems to have trained mountain during the first Giro week. Besides that, it is nice to see the flat guys working hard too. Funk, Kopinski, Zwerver, and Lluis improved in that category, as well as future sprint star Eduardo Spohr.
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Re: Training

Post by Robyklebt » Mon May 20, 2019 11:58 am

Training 20.5.2019:
Jaime Valdelomar Berg: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Abfahrt: -1
Jaime Valdelomar Sprint: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Berg: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Flach: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Abfahrt: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Zeit: -1
Lorenzo Innocenti Sprint: -1
Abong Pilioko Abfahrt: -1
Abong Pilioko Sprint: -1
Fiu Sofiga Berg: -1
Fiu Sofiga Flach: -1
Fiu Sofiga Sprint: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Flach: -1
Hiroshi Matsushita Sprint: -1
Hiroshi Matsuoka Abfahrt: -1
Hiroya Matsuzaka Berg: +1
Hiroyasu Matsukaze Abfahrt: -1
Stephan Wiedmer Berg: +1
Happyton Kunonga Sprint: +1
Shavkat Quttiboyev Flach: +1
Tulio Armas Berg: +1
Tulio Armas Flach: +1
Wiedmer, Matsuzaka more mountain, good. As long as we're not riding against Gaurain, excellent 60-80es.
Matsukaze... he still refuses the flat, so ok, back to sprint. Hoped to bring him to 65 flat, but has been boycotting flat, that well, 59 or 61 doesn't matter anymore anyway, should have changed to sprint 2 weeks ago..
Armas double, good, Kunonga and Quttiboyev have 100, so normal.
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