Aerobic threshold estimation based on HRV

Runalyze has a new experimental feature: for activities with HRV data (or RR intervals) the aerobic threshold can be estimated (or at least it’s tried to do so). The idea for this comes from two recent publications by Gronwald [1] and Rogers [2] and a python workbook by Marco Altini. For this, the activity is […]

Performance curves for single activities

With the latest update, Runalyze can now display power, pace and heart rate performance graphs for individual activities. These graphs show the best or maximum performance for all possible time periods – from one second to the entire activity duration. This type of diagram should be familiar to cyclists in particular, who know this diagram […]

Synchronisation with Coros

As some know, Coros connected their app to our API in March this year. But now Coros also has its own API which gives you and us a few advantages. Coros History Import As with Garmin, Suunto and Decathlon synchronization, it is now possible to import historical data from Coros. All you have to do […]

Color route according to speed

Garmin beat us to it a few days ago, but this feature has also been on our wish list for a long time. Now it’s done and you can also colorize all your tracks by speed in Runalyze. So you can see directly on which sections you were especially fast or slow. The color scale […]

Runalyze Health syncs with Withings

This feature is an Early-Access Beta Feature for Runalyze Supporter. Become a RUNALYZE supporter Blood pressure, body composition (weight, fat, water, muscle, bone) and sleep are now synchronized to Runalyze. How do I connect my Withings account to Runalyze? Click on “Automatic Sync” on the dashboard and Click on Connect. You will be redirected to […]

Keeping an eye on your recovery status

Recently we have made the new health section available at Runalyze. This includes the new “Recovery Status”, besides the more clean and separate recording of the different daily body data (resting heart rate, weight, sleep, …) – which are now also synchronized by Garmin, for example – if available. This summarizes your current physical condition […]

Document and track blood pressure

In the new health section, blood pressure can now also be documented and tracked. We are planning to connect to Withings within the next month to synchronize not only the weight data but also the blood pressure. If you know other providers of blood pressure monitors with cloud connection then you are welcome to leave […]

Track your mental state

Mood, fatigue and stress can have quite an impact on everyday training. Both positive and negative. Looking at these values over a longer period of time is therefore not only important for training, but also to be able to counteract in everyday life if the fatigue and stress continues for too long. From now on […]

Garmin outage – Once again: Synchronisation Problems

Update (5th August): Garmin Sync is working again and we have catched up all past activities. If an activity is missing you would need to manually download from Garmin Connect and upload it to Runalyze. Update (3th August) from Garmin: Garmin is fixing it, but it still could take some days After Garmin was offline […]

Progression Graph

From now on you can view the progress chart for the different sports and time periods on Runalyze. Compare your distance, duration, ascending altitude, TRIMP or number of activities in the current period (year/month/week) with a previous one (up to the beginning of last year at the most), and keep track of where you will […]

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