Decathlon Sync

If you are the owner of a Decathlon watch (Genoaute|Kiprun) that works with the Decathlon Connect app (Android | iOS) or a happy owner of a Domyos treadmill or training bike that works with the Domyos E-Connected app, you now have the possibility to synchronize your activities directly with Runalyze. If you do not own […]

Become a RUNALYZE Supporter

First of all we want to say THANK YOU! For years you have been with us regularly – day and sometimes even at night. We now have many long-term users and every day even more users are joining us. Of course we are very happy about this! With increasing user numbers, however, the daily challenge […]

Runalyze Easter Run

In view of the Corona pandemic, one running event after the other was cancelled. But you are still in really good shape or just want to know where you stand? Then take part in our virtual RUNALYZE Easter run. Run at your home 5 km or 10 km as fast as you can on the extended Easter weekend and measure […]

Coros added RUNALYZE support

So far we have direct synchronization with Garmin, Suunto, Polar and Fitbit. Now another manufacturer is joining us: Coros. Coros is one of the younger, but at the same time strongly growing manufacturers in the sports watch market. We haven’t had a Coros watch on our wrists for testing yet, but as more and more […]

Changelog of RUNALYZE

Changelog

We develop each day on RUNALYZE. We do not write for every change, small features and bugfixes tweets, posts on Facebook, Instagram or on the blog. Therefore we added a changelog to RUNALYZE some time ago, which is worth visiting regularly. Follow this link for the Changlog or use this Link for the Changelog in […]

Rate your training with Subjective Feeling

Besides the evaluation of the training with the RPE value (Rate of Perceived Exertion) there is now another possibility to evaluate the training: Subjective Feeling. What’s the difference? Let’s say you’re doing an interval session. On the RPE scale of 6-20 the training can be very hard (e.g. a value of 17), but you didn’t […]

Gradient distribution in climb score view

Only recently we added mouseover information to the Climb Score diagrams and the next improvement follows: The gradient histogram, which was actually planned from the beginning but was not implemented for time reasons so far. Now it’s finally here: Below the map view a histogram with the distribution of the gradient percentages is shown. Also […]

Migration to new Garmin API

New Garmin API! Admittedly, this change also came very suddenly for us, but we had to decide and migrate quickly to the new API from Garmin. Tltr: All users connected to the previous Garmin API are asked to migrate to the new Garmin API. The old API will no longer be available by the end […]

All Stryd Metrics supported

Finally we support all Stryd Metrics. The metrics are stored for all activities imported since 30 May. Power values have always been supported, but now Leg Spring Stiffness and Form Power are also imported and saved. Power nevertheless has no effect on our calculations. We know that power is and will be a pretty important […]

Support for Cycling Dynamics

As announced, the recent update enables us to recognize and integrate new sensor data much faster. We now support the numerous “Cycling Dynamics” from FIT files, which are recorded by a Garmin Vector, Favero Assioma or equivalent power meters in cycling. Activity View In the activity view you can now see the Left Right Balance, […]

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