HRV: Improved estimation of DFA-alpha1 values

Back in January, we presented our experimental feature for estimating aerobic threshold using HRV. Since this first implementation, we have worked considerably on the implementation of the method and can thus put to rest the original skepticism about how useful the determined values actually are. The basic principle: Using the exact RR intervals between the […]

Synchronisation with Strava

Garmin stopped syncing third-party activities to platforms like ours in early April. This means that when Zwift sends activities to Garmin, we no longer receive them. Activities created by Garmin will of course still end up at Runalyze. Therefore, we have now implemented automatic synchronization with Strava as a workaround, so that Zwift activities, for […]

Runalyze syncs with Oura now

Some users have asked for automatic synchronization with Oura and now it is available to everyone. For now limited to sleep data, as we do not yet support HRV data outside of individual activities. How do I connect my Oura account to Runalyze? Click on “Automatic Sync” on the dashboard and click on “Connect“. You […]

Runalyze syncs with Wahoo now

Finally, direct synchronization with Wahoo is available. You can now connect your Runalyze account to your Wahoo account and have the data transferred automatically. How do I connect my Wahoo account to Runalyze? Click on “Automatic Sync” on the dashboard and click on “Connect”. You will be redirected to Wahoo. You need to grant us […]

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 […]

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

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 Withings You need to grant us access to your Withings data here. Afterwards you […]

New view for your Running Performance Status

One thing is often in the foreground for ambitious runners: the current form. In order to always know where you are and whether the training of the last few weeks has been effective, RUNALYZE displays the Effective VO2max, which serves as an indicator of your current performance. We now have a new view for you, […]

New view: Your Marathon Shape

Spring is often marathon time. But how do you know if you are in good shape? Test races over shorter distances such as 10 km and half marathons are a good indicator, but neglect the length of a marathon. Just because the underdistance times are correct, not everything has to be successful over the full […]

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