Performance Recap Matthew Kotarbinski
The purple represents the time before Matt came on with SE and brought Zack on as a coach. Grey represents peak power numbers since starting up with Source Endurance.
|Category||Power Last year or before SE coaching||New power record||Difference (% increase)|
|MFTP wko4 peak||272||321||18|
This does not include increases based on Normalized power although WKO4 MFTP takes normalized into account.
Difference in strength and weaknesses
Here’s Matt’s weakness chart from 2015 season:
Matt had much larger weakness at 30 second mark. Almost to limiter line. A good area to work on.
Now, Matt’s weakness chart from 2016 season
His 30 seconds power is further from the limiter line. 0-10 second sprint much higher strength. Overall, he shows less limiters and stronger strengths, showing progression for this season and on track for even more growth next year. Nice work Matt Kotarbinski!
Scout Cycling is one of Source Endurance’s ambassador programs. We wrote about their program earlier this year.
Zack Allison’s affinity for cycling started when he was 14 racing on the East Coast and his enjoyment of the sport lead him to pursue his BSEd in Exercise Science from Colorado State University, in Fort Collins, Colorado. He currently races for Elevate Pro Cycling, a UCI continental men’s road team. Growing up in the sport with many great mentors, he loves to pay it forward, using a combination of education and race experience. You can often find him zooming around on Fort Collin’s many gravel roads or on its countless mountain bike trails. Learn more about Zack.