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 […]

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 […]

Running Power for everyone

Probably we all know the discussions about the right training control: Should I look at heart rate, pace or power? The discussions will probably go on for a long time and everyone has their point of view. We at RUNALYZE also have a clear point of view: we don’t try to give you a particular […]

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 […]

RUNALYZE works with Fitbit now

RUNALYZE now works with Fitbit.┬áThe automatic synchronization with Fitbit allows you to transfer your activities from Fitbit to Runalyze without any effort. For the beginning it is only possible to transfer activities from Fitbit. Once we have refactored the health area, other data will also be transferable. FAQ Can I sync my Fitbit history to […]

New: Dynamic histograms

After a short beta test, our new histogram feature is now available for all users. This replaces in particular the old diagrams for the weekly and monthly kilometres. Meanwhile, the new histograms are much more powerful and can be dynamically adjusted. The tool also allows evaluation by tags (which day was used how often or […]

Import activities via mail

From now on you are able to import activities via mail. Why would you do that? Some apps can export activities to different file formats, but do not support direct export to Runalyze. You can use this feature to easily send your activities to Runalyze from those apps. What do I have to do? Activity […]

Zone configuration for everyone!

Do you remember the statement “You’ll be soon able to configure your own zones.“? “Soon” took a little longer in this case, but finally: Here it is!   Which zones can I configure? You can now configure heart rate, pace and power zones for every sport. (For power, you still need to activate the power […]

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