I primarily want to use Xert for cycling training, but I also run a bit. I’d like Xert to take my running into account when deciding how fresh / tired I am, but I don’t care about using it for running workouts (and I don’t measure running power).
I just discovered the setting which allows Xert to make estimates based on heart rate, and this means it’s now taking into account my running and strength training activities. That’s all well and good but now it has increased my base training hours a LOT.
I’m wondering if it makes more sense to leave my non-cycling activities out of Xert altogether?