Click on the green icons to see a screenshot of that feature
By default all your data is private and belongs to you.
But, if you want to, you can share single activities or an overview of all your activities.
No shared data
We do not share or sell your data. It is very important for us to protect your sensitive activity data. We create internal anonymised evaluations to improve the quality of our prognosis and calculations. But again: We are not interested in selling your data.
TRIMP is short for Training Impulse and gives you the opportunity to compare activities of different intensity levels based on this value.
Effective VO2max estimation
VO2max is a scientific metric for the maximal oxygen uptake that is highly correlated with your maximal running performance. In addition to common calculators that estimate VO2max based on a race result, we estimate your effective VO2max for every activity based on the relation of your heart rate and pace.
You can choose your favorite model to predict your upcoming race: CPP by Robert Bock, a simple method by Herbert Steffny, calculations by David Cameron or VO2max method.
Prediction based on your shape
Most models predict your race performance based on your personal bests on different distances, but that does not always fit your current shape. Our VO2max estimations can be used to give much more accurate predictions.
Monotony, training strain, stress balance
Additional statistics (based on TRIMP) that warn you of monotonous or too intensive training.
Values are visualized with so-called ‘box plots’. They give an impression of how values of a group are distributed.
This way of presentation allows to compare not only average values (e.g. pace over months) but deviations and outliers between different groupings.
The trend analysis tool allows to plot single activity values (e.g. pace, distance, duration, running dynamics, …) for a given period to see how your values evolved.
This way you can check the long-term trend of your metrics like cadence or pace.
RUNALYZE will categorize all climbs in your activities and analyze them, from little hills of the 5th category up to mountains of ‘Hors catégorie’ (HC).
The classification is based on the FIETS index, that uses length and gradient profile to calculate a single number for each climb.
(Click on the chain symbol in the databrowser to open your public profile - if enabled.)
More will come in the future
For now we concentrate on improving the analysis and simplifying the import of activities, but there’s a long list for future features.
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