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Member Statistics

Gender: Male

Age: 46

Total Times Entered: 13

Favourite Course:
Norton Summit (5 rides)

Longest Ride:
160 (Hotel Victor race)

Fastest Speed:
78 (on Anzac Highway parklands)

Avg Distance per Week:
50 - 150km

Jonathan Panoff

Member Profile: Jonathan Panoff

"what doesn't kill you makes you stronger "

Member Since: 2008

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details

Height:

191cm

Resting Heartrate:

70

Current Weight:

113.4 kg

Maximum Heartrate:

204


Favourites

Food:

Meat

Drink:

Pepsi Max

Holiday:

Bali

Super Hero:

Superman

Music:

80s

Movie:

Slumdog Millionaire


Bike Details

Frame:

Pinarello Paris

Wheels:

Fulcrum Racing 1

Groupset:

Campagnolo Record 11 speed

Pedals:

Look

Bike Weight:

8.7 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

19 Feb 2016: Norton Summit - 32mins 13secs

15 Feb 2016: Waterfall Gully - 13mins 21secs

27 Oct 2015: Waterfall Gully - 15mins 55secs

10 Jun 2014: Waterfall Gully - 15mins 25secs

30 Mar 2014: Eagle on the Hill - 50mins 43secs

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Comments

Jonathan commented on his own time: "SRM shows 211W average"

Jonathan commented on his own time: "Estimating power from teenage years"

Jonathan commented on his own time: "SRM says 212 Watts"

Jonathan commented on his own time: "Wow this site is spot on. My calibrated SRM gave me 189 watts for this interval.Weighed bike fully loaded with water bottle and tools/spares and my weight with full kit on."

Jonathan commented on his own time: "This is Cadel's effort. Andy, please delete if it causes confusion"


Forum Posts

25 Jan 2013 12:44 AM posted in Good on long climbs, terrible on short sharp ones

Do some weights or low RPM climbs (and I'm talking about 30rpm).

25 Jan 2013 12:39 AM posted in TDU professional times (corkscrew & eagle)

That was for the corkscrew climb

25 Jan 2013 12:38 AM posted in TDU professional times (corkscrew & eagle)

6 minutes 50 seconds from my calculation from the live GEM coverage

04 Feb 2012 3:34 AM posted in Lance - Cheat or no cheat?

I have become very philosophical over the years in regards to drug use. The way I see it, it is only cheating if you take something that no one else has and is against the general direction the sport wants to go.It seems that drugs have been around for ever in cycling. For example, in the 60's the drug of choice was amphetamines, in the 80s it was steroids (remember Ben Johnson the sprinter?!). In the 1990s to 2000s it was EPO. If I really want to be cynical I'd say that Lance probably introduced his US Postal team mates to EPO after seeing it's benefits during his cancer rehab ( which he admitted using in his book). It seems both logical and plausible. Now, it seems, the sport wants to clean it's tainted image so any form of drug taking I would view as cheating as it is going against the direction the sport wants to take. As for Australans taking drugs and in particular Cadel. Well, logic dictates that he may have taken drugs at some point in his career. I'd be surprised if he any drugs now as just watching him race he is riding like a human with guts, determination and suffering. Back in the late 80s, when I used to race, I have my suspicions about systematic doping in the AIS squads and I suspect the riders never knew anything about it. I will elaborate. It was commonly known that the AIS riders took "vitamins" via syringes. Add to this that the road squad had an East German coach (why bring in an eastern block coach if not to learn how to do systematic doping as this was their speciality), a lot of money being spent on AIS programs and the need to deliver Gold medals, and it all adds up to a well organised doping program. And, as I have stated earlier, I believe the riders thought they were getting vitamins not drugs. Idealistically I hate drug use as it negates natural ability, probably shortens your life and isn't great for the sport and especially the young kids but logically I see why guys would take them to be on a level playing field...

27 Oct 2008 1:18 AM posted in Training to go faster up hills

Lots of ways to improve hill climbing. Besides the obvious comments by Robert Millar in the 80s who said "ride hills lots" I would suggest you find a some varied hills. Shock your muscles. Vary the gears. Do hill sprints to build up lactate tolerance. Do a big hill entirely in the saddle and on the top chain ring to increase leg strength once you get to Brett Aitken level ;-) Do the hill next time entirely out of the saddle to burn the quads. Breath in for 3 revs and out for 3 revs to increase lung capacity. Keep shocking those muscles. Remember what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. And also rest rest rest. Add another hour of sleep after a killer session. Riding fast uphill always comes down to physics. Increasing the watts/kg is the only way you can go faster uphill. If you're over 7 go over to Europe and ride the TDF :-)


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