The ability to directly edit the fitness progression is one of Bereda’s most powerful features. Instead of manually entering 52 weeks worth of training load values one by one, you can simply click and drag Fitness (CTL) points to get the chart shape you want. This, in essence, causes a big chain reaction where an entire year’s worth of training load values to react underneath showing what’s required to make that chart shape a reality.
Fixing Fitness points to limit the chain
Sometimes these chain reactions can have unintended consequences. If there’s a portion of the chart that you want to remain unchanged or a specific Fitness (CTL) point that you want to remain the same, you can give is a single click to fix it in place. Now when you edit the fitness progression the chain reaction will end at that point.
Adding some fix points can turn the PMC shown at the top of this page into this:
Now, the chain is has been shortened and the mesocycles on the outside remain unchanged.
Up next: Editing Training Load
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