Runalyze Annual Review – 2022 in Numbers

Our system works around the clock. Last year, a total of 65,600,000,000 seconds of training data were processed and analyzed. Of this, just over half of the activities were running data. But other sports are also becoming more and more popular. We have gathered this information and more in our 2022 Annual Review. The Effective […]

How bad is an interruption in marathon preparation?

Ergebnis der Betrachtung aller Marathons in 2022 innerhalb von Runalyze

A recent study by Feely et. al. examined a dataset of approximately 300,000 marathon runners (2014 – 2017) to determine what effect a break in training in immediate preparation had on marathon time. The result: A longer training interruption of at least 7 days without activity leads to a 5-8% slower marathon time. Reason enough […]

New tool: Streaks view

The feature presented here is a premium feature that is only available for Early Premium users. You can sign up for a premium subscription via your upgrade page. Streak running is running at least one mile a day and can be a wonderful motivator for some runners. Some runners keep it up not only for […]

Machine Learning: Runalyze can now guess your activity type

The feature presented here is a beta feature that is only available for Supporter and Early Premium users. You can sign up for a supporter or premium subscription via your upgrade page. All the analysis that Runalyze offers you for your training data is usually based on the simple but important assumption that you record […]

Calculated values for historical activities

We are constantly working on Runalyze and trying to bring you new features and metrics. As a result, new values are added over time that are not yet available for old activities. Therefore, in mid-June we took another look at all existing activities and recalculated the values that have been added in the last weeks […]

Equipment: detail view, standard selection and individual data fields

Today we present you what has changed in Runalyze equipment in the last weeks. By the way, we recommend you to visit our changelog regularly or alternatively follow our Telegramchannel. New detail view Until now there was no overview for a single equipment object. This has been added now. If you click on one of […]

Premium feature: Aerobic Decoupling view

Aerobic Decoupling (also known as Cardiac Decoupling) is a measure for how much your heart rate drifts (known as cardiac drift) over time. To calculate the value, the ratio of power or pace to heart rate of the first and second half of the activity is compared. For Premium users, this calculation is now available […]

Synchronization with adidas Running

Since a short time we support the synchronization with adidas Running (formerly Runtastic). When you link your account, newly recorded activities with GPS are automatically synchronized. How do I connect my adidas Running account to Runalyze? Nothing simpler than that. Click Connect on the service page in your Runalyze account. Then you need to login […]

Update for trend analysis tool

We have slightly modernized and extended the trend analysis tool within Runalyze. The tool can be used to examine trends in the development of individual activity values. For this purpose, the respective value is displayed in the course of time over the different months (and years) as a dot diagram. This is new: Option to […]

Analysis tool: Quality sessions

This presented feature is a premium feature that is only available for Runalyze Early Premium subscribers. You can try the premium offer for free for 7 days or upgrade directly via your upgrade page. In order to prepare optimally for the next competition, runners cannot avoid the necessary tempo training. Of course, training also includes […]

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