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Name: Gonzalo Vilaseca
Age: 30
Power meter: Power Tap SL

Interview with Gonzalo Vilaseca before the Power Meter Project

Jesper Therkildsen on Maximum Power Tests performed in Week 1

Interview with Gonzalo before tests in Week 6

Test results

Maximum Power Tests 5sec 1min 5min 20min Body Weight
Week 1 (Watt) 1105W 557W 357W 321W 73kg/160.9lbs
Week 1 (Watt/kg) 15.1W/kg 7.6W/kg 4.9W/kg 4.4W/kg
Week 6 (Watt) 1148W 604W 389W 335W 72.5kg
Week 6 (Watt/kg) 15.8W/kg 8.3W/kg 5.4W/kg 4.6W/kg
Week 12 (Watt) 1113W 674W 416W 342W 73kg
Week 12 (Watt/kg) 15.2W/kg 9.2W/kg 5.7W/kg 4.7W/kg

Participants in the Power Meter Project 2007
Paul Skiba
Thomas Davis
Dave Simonson
Gonzalo Vilaseca
Marc Moeller

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