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How do you actually View a workout’s details rather than the very basic 1-2 sentence overview? For example a Wilpers Ride that ladders up 5>8 minute intervals then back down. It sure would be nice to be able to see this and maybe I just don’t see it (or maybe I’m alone in needing this).
 

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How do you actually View a workout’s details rather than the very basic 1-2 sentence overview? For example a Wilpers Ride that ladders up 5>8 minute intervals then back down. It sure would be nice to be able to see this and maybe I just don’t see it (or maybe I’m alone in needing this).
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If you're looking for info before you take the classes, you're pretty much limited to rating, difficulty, playlist and plan (warmup, cycling, workout arms, cool down, etc.)

I agree it would be nice to see a bit more detail. What in particular would you like to see?
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If you're looking for info before you take the classes, you're pretty much limited to rating, difficulty, playlist and plan (warmup, cycling, workout arms, cool down, etc.)

I agree it would be nice to see a bit more detail. What in particular would you like to see?
Stefon
Hi Stefon,
It would benefit Peloton and it's community to be able to at least simply see the high level intervals overview. For example: "Main set: 4 x 10 min at Threshold pace (or FTP or high Zone 3 etc.", or similar Main Set type overview. I totally get Peleton's go-to-market approach of simplicity, but they've now captured the lion's share of the market and their once novice riders likely have gotten more serious and want more detail like this for training. Not to mention the fact that they could attract more the pain-seeking Triathlete knucklehead market I put myself in. ;)
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Hi!
If you're looking for info before you take the classes, you're pretty much limited to rating, difficulty, playlist and plan (warmup, cycling, workout arms, cool down, etc.)

I agree it would be nice to see a bit more detail. What in particular would you like to see?
Stefon
I prefer resistance in the 40s and 50s but I prefer lower cadence in the 60s and 70s I can't peddle that fast:)
I am new - are there types of rides I should be looking for.

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Just filter on Class Type and “low impact” or less challenging “Climb” rides should work for you.
 
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