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Runalyze

Runalyze analyzes your complete training, calculates your shape, computes prognoses and visualizes...

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Runalyze Online Trainingstagebuch

Interview mit Hannes und Michael von runalyze - RS-ep031

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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on various public social media platforms and blogs. They can help you see what people think about Runalyze and what they use it for.
  • Richmond Marathon Report: Nine Weeks Between Training Block and Goal Race
    I wasn't sure where to set expectations given my interrupted training, but I decided to aim for 3:03:00, as that's where my Garmin and Runalyze predicted my finish. I planned to set out at a 6:55/mi pace and adjust based on feel. Source: 7 months ago
  • Baystate Marathon Race Report: A "BQ" and a 40 minute PR
    Pre-race, Garmin estimated a 3:00:xx, and Runalyze, another great website, thought I'd hit 3:01:xx. This was slightly discouraging, but I know they're just estimates so I didn't take it personally. Source: 8 months ago
  • Using Runalyze to track progress
    Has anyone else tried Runalyze (https://runalyze.com) to track running progress and performance? Source: 10 months ago
  • How do you keep track of race results?
    Https://runalyze.com/ is a great tool that can do this! Source: about 1 year ago
  • A slightly embarassing question...
    I'm currently 5'9" and 82kg and just ran a half marathon in 1:47 a few weeks back. I lost weight while training, but started off barely being able to break an 11 minute mile back in October. The 255 would work just fine for you. If you enjoy the data side of things, there are great sites that link up to Garmin (I use runalyze.com and intervals.icu) for more information. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Goal race pace?
    I find Runalyze sites calculations for marathon time pretty accurate for a flat marathon, if one uploads running data there. Another way to I look at it is, if one has ticked off the minimum typical marathon program requirements for weekly km and long runs, then marathon pace is around 15 sec per km faster than your MAF test (aka your pace running for a few kms at a HR of "180 minus your age"). Source: about 1 year ago
  • Shout Out to Race Predictor
    I also use https://runalyze.com/ and it predicts a 3:50, which I find a bit more realistic. It also explains you how it calculated everything, basically based on my vo2max I should be running 3:25, but I am only 73% in "marathon shape". it's basically a measure of how many weekly km I did in the past 6 months and how many long runs in the past 2 months, and according to them it was not quite enough :D so I can't... Source: about 1 year ago
  • How is VO2max calculated?
    Single runs aren't going to move the VO2 max by a full digit. Use runalyze.com and add to the Dataset the VO2 Max (by file) so you can see what Garmin has recorded as the VO2 to two decimal points. I'm in my last week before a taper and have moved from 46.55 to 49.84 in 3 months with 5 runs a week. Source: about 1 year ago
  • race predictor accuracy?
    Also consider looking at runalyze.com, which has shows a lot more data, number crunching and provides explanations on how things are calculated. Runalyze has me at slower predictions, however I haven't spent the time to really edit and dial in the data yet. For instance, I'm also training up my 9 year old, with C25k style training and I haven't told Runalyze to ignore it. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Measuring progress for a beginner?
    Anyway, if you have a smartwatch that you record all your runs with, you can use https://runalyze.com/ to get super nerd about all stats (and get a graph like the one I linked above). Source: about 1 year ago
  • Running half a marathon
    If you like data and have a fitness watch, runalyze.com is a great site to analyse your progress. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do you keep track of your finished races?
    Runalyze.com there's a slight learning curve to figuring out how to use it but it is SO amazing and I find it pretty rewarding to enter in info. None of my running buddies seem to use it and I haven't been able to convince them yet (the name could be catchier) maybe it will be what you or someone reading this needs. I find myself excited to input info on there after each run and especially after races - because of... Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to determine marathon pace?
    It assumes you are trained for the distance though. Nowadays I use the predictor from runalyze.com as it has all my data - this also seems very good at predicting my shape/race times. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Gym/Work-out Tracker
    But I'm sure that maintainers might add weight tracking too if you fancy Runalyze (which is this platform before it went proprietary), FitTrackee or Fit.ly. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looks like I too will be cancelling my subscription. A 67% increase?!!
    Completely agree. And I use Runalize for more insight https://runalyze.com/. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Ran a 10k in 41m two day ago, Garmin still predicts 44m
    Try using runalyze.com It has a cool metric called marathon shape. It uses your predicted VO2 max and then looks at your long run and weekly mileage to see how close you can get to your theoretical best. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What kind of business software do you wish existed as a selfhosted alternative?
    Runalyze (it's basically the self hostable variant of this). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Gear tracking
    Runalyze, the equipment and especially the tag functionality there is outstanding not only for tracking but also for analyzing. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Doubled my VO2 max in 3 days! Somehow find this hard to believe.
    A rise of 30 points seems highly unlikely. Probably shaky heart rate measurement is the cause for this, in my opinion. Here's a chart of my last nine years VO2 Max measurements from a webapp called runalyze, even with the shaky measurements from 2013 to 2016 (I've been using the app runtastic on my phone and a bluetooth heart rate strap back then) VO2 Max delta between runs within a couple of weeks rarely is even... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Which metrics are the most useful in Runalyze?
    Thanks to this sub I recently learned about Runalyze. I already use the Garmin app and Trainingpeaks to get an idea of my progression, and was actually shocked at how much more advanced Runalyze was. So much that I’m a bit lost in all the variables/graphics in there. And I’m not even talking about their pro plan that has a ton more. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Downloading my own data?
    If you want a couple really good sites for visualizing and tracking running data, my two favorites are Smashrun (https://smashrun.com/polygonic/invite if you want to use my referral link) and Runalyze (https://runalyze.com/). Source: over 1 year ago

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