Features

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Privacy
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.

Analysis

TRIMP principle
TRIMP is short for Training Impulse and gives you the opportunity to compare activities of different intensity levels based on this value.

VDOT estimation
VDOT is a virtual value invented by Jack Daniels in his “Running formula” to compare race results of different distances with each other.
Runalyze goes one step ahead: We estimate your current vdot shape based on your heart rate and pace of every activity.

Prediction
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 our VDOT method based on Jack Daniels’ formulas.

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 VDOT 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.

Logging data

Upload | Import
You can upload your activities in all common formats
(*.fit, *.fitlog, *.gpx, *.hrm, *.kml, *.logbook, *.pwx, *.slf, *.sml, *.tcx, *.trk, *.ttbin, *.xml).
The binary *.fit format is highly recommended.

FIT file specific data
Importing HRV data, running dynamics, recovery time and more.
In the future: Supporting sensor data from BSXInsight, Moxy, cosinuss° One and others.

Export
Export single activities as *.tcx, *.gpx, *.kml or *.fitlog file.

Import via Garmin communicator
Direct import from (some) garmin devices via garmin communicator.

Log your...
weight, resting heart rate, body fat, body water, body muscle, sleep duration, ...

Activities

Heart rate variability (HRV)
Several values and plots are shown for your heart rate variability (as long as it’s available in your files).

Equipment
Record your equipment for any type of sport, e.g. running shoes or bikes.

Race results
You can document your placement at races (in addition to time and distance of course).

Tagging
Tag your activities to easily find them again.

Search
You can search any activity based on various parameters.

Elevation correction
GPS-based elevation data can be corrected via satellite data.


Elevation calculation
You can choose algorithm and settings for how your elevation value is calculated based on the elevation profile (as there is no truth, really).

Weather data
Weather data (temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humdiity & pressure) can be (automatically) recorded for every outdoor activity.

Configuration

Own sport/activity types
Define your own sport and activity types.

Activity overview
You can specify which values show up in the overview of your activities.
(Configuration -> Dataset)

Community

Activity overview
You can publish your activities – if you want to.
(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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