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 […]

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, […]

Our major background migration

Over the past few months, we have been working on a major internal changeover. When we started programming RUNALYZE several years ago, it was intended for a single user only – only afterwards did we make multi-user operation possible. It now runs very smoothly, but the data storage was not optimized for the large amounts […]

Runalyze Development Updates #6

At irregular intervals we would like to inform you about our latest improvements at RUNALYZE. These are the main changes since our last development update. Changes New Help Page The priority of our help page has increased more and more lately. The old version (https://help.runalyze.com/) redirects now to the help and support center that’s directly integrated […]

Here we go! Suunto Auto Sync

The time has finally come! In the last weeks you were already impatient and the question when the Suunto Sync will finally go online has reached us several times.┬áNow we can finally say: It’ live! Suunto users can connect their RUNALYZE account with the Suunto App now! We are proud to say that we are […]

Peaceful holiday & Preview 2019

Dear RUNALYZE users, before the Christmas stress – eating, running, eating, running, … – begins – we’d like to send you a little Christmas greeting. We have already presented our review of the year in last blogpost. Today we would like to say a few words before the year is finally over. Thank you for […]

Year in review 2018

2018 is almost the past again, but the year just passed us by. Looking back on the last 12 months, we are pleased to announce that we were able to implement a lot of new features at RUNALYZE. We would like to show you these again with a short review – perhaps you will also […]

Poster tool: more options and area selection

About two years ago we introduced our poster tool, which gives you the possibility to visualize your training data. Now, one of the most requested improvements is live: Limit the heatmap to a certain area. Heatmap for different area selection: everything on the left vs. 10 km radius on the right When requesting a heatmap […]

Pace recommendations – Configure your own training paces

[Deutsche Version] If you follow a training plan, you will usually want to know one thing before a training run: At what speed do you want to run? The question of the right tempo is very important primarily for intervals and endurance runs, but also for easy runs or long runs. There are many different […]