I generally do option 2 but is there a third option? I have not tried this but something you may want to give a go.
Go with Option 1 but turn on Closed Caption if such capabilities exist. Again, don’t know if they work on these videos but if they do, you can enjoy your own music and at least read the coaching instruction.
If the ecosystm (see how I did that leaving out the last vowel) does not have that capability, perhaps something we could request be added. Just a thought.
I like option 2 for the Pro Rides. I wouldn’t want the main training sessions like that, but it suits the Pro Rides perfectly and I’m quite happy getting into “the zone” when doing those rides, the “white noise” just helps with the atmosphere.
@Gringo I run the ProRide workouts as they are designed - no music, road noise and the coach talks me through the session. I have done all of the ProRides this way and generally I am working so hard and listening to the other bikes and focused on proper breathing and good form that I just zone out. I probably would like it with music but I just haven’t done it that way.
I’ve fallen into the routine of turning off video and storyline, post-boxing the workout and have my own video/tv/noise/images due to the dilemma you face along with incorrect grammar and punctuation in most workouts.
I could quite happily do TrainerRoad workouts but I believe WahooX science to workouts is many levels above what the others offer.
I’m just coming across this thread.
Sorry for slow reaction.
As others have pointed out, the intent is to put you in the middle of the action so we felt getting the best sensory* experience as possible (video AND audio) was important. This is why we’re spending a good deal of time in post-production adjusting audio levels from the, to say the least, fairly harsh output we get from a GoPro.
Having said that, there is a middle ground alternative that can work in most cases which is to do both at the same time.
You can leave the ProRides audio on while playing some music in the background.
It’s just a matter of adjusting volume levels so that you get to hear what you need from the ProRide.
Obviously that means you won’t get a full blast of music but it might be enough to cover the white… er road… noise.
Hope that helps.
*: we’re still working on smell and touch… that might take us a little longer though )