NOTE: Workouts in FulGaz do need to be ridden in Steady mode. This ride mode "locks" the ride speed into 1.00x original, and in turn locks your workout interval blocks and overall workout length into the correct timings.
If you find that your interval blocks are too short or too long during your FulGaz workout, or that the timing seems to be "out" from what it should be, it is likely that your Ride Mode is set to Reactive. For workouts in FulGaz, please ensure you have selected STEADY mode.
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Riding in Steady mode keeps the video speed locked at 1.00x original vide speed, and in turn keeps your interval block lengths (and overall workout length) correct. To set your ride mode, click on the settings "cog" in the top right corner of the main ride screen, then under Ride Modes, select STEADY from the three modes.
DURING YOUR WORKOUT: You can toggle back to Steady mode during a workout by tapping the "cog" icon in the top right to bring up the in-ride settings (use the >|| button on your Apple TV remote), then tapping the STEADY/REACTIVE button to switch your mode.
Riding in REACTIVE mode during a workout will mean the video speed is constantly changing, this will affect the length of any intervals and throw the timings out of sync.