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What is the trainer difficulty setting in Zwift?
Simultaneously the most misunderstood and controversial setting in Zwift menu. What it does is simple enough: Trainer Difficulty scales the gradients sent to your smart trainer. So if the slider is at 100%, your trainer is being sent the same gradient you see on the screen.
What is trainer difficulty and how does it work?
The Trainer Difficulty setting scales the gradients sent to your trainer. Trainer Difficulty is set to 50% by default, which is why Zwift says it 渢reats the gradient as half of the true grade.?So when you hit a 10% climb in Zwift, your trainer is only giving you the resistance of a 5% climb.
Why does Zwift only send-5% to my trainer?
So if the screen shows you檙e on a -10% downhill, Zwift is only going to send -5% to your trainer. BUT?and here the big but?your Trainer Difficulty setting will further reduce the gradient if it set below 100%.
How do I change the difficulty on Zwift?
Locate the Trainer Difficulty Setting Launch Zwift and go to the Menu. Click on the Settings button and you檒l find the Trainer Difficulty slider. The default position is midway between 淥ff?and 淢ax,?or 50 percent of the grade resistance you檇 find while riding the same grade of hill in the real world.