Please see below for the news that Strava has brought their most popular Premium running feature to mobile; now you can use Workout Analysis to review your performance on the go.
Workout Analysis lets runners go beyond average pace to access clear visual representations of their interval workouts and splits. The lap-by-lap breakdown shows each interval’s distance, time, pace, and training zone, taking the guesswork out of assessing your workout performance. There is more info on the Strava Blog, here: https://blog.strava.com/analyze-anywhere-14361/
London, UK – 9th August 2017 – Today Strava, the social network for athletes, brings their popular Premium Workout Analysis feature to mobile, offering runners detailed visualisations of their workout metrics on their smartphones.
Previously only available on web, Workout Analysis lets runners go beyond average pace to access clear visual representations of their interval workouts and splits. The lap-by-lap breakdown shows each interval’s distance, time, pace, and training zone, taking the guesswork out of assessing your workout performance. Learn more about Workout Analysis here.
“We’re excited to put Workout Analysis, one of our most popular Premium features, into the hands of runners everywhere,” says Aaron Forth, Chief Product Officer at Strava. “We originally created our Workout Analysis feature to give runners a better way to dig into their interval data. Whether you’re doing laps around a track, hill repeats, or taking walk breaks during a long run, you probably care more about certain parts of your run. Workout Analysis makes it easy to hone in on the intervals you care about.”
To begin using the new mobile feature, athletes simply need to record and upload a run with Strava or one of 100+ Strava-compatible GPS devices. Premium athletes can then tap into the visualisation on the activity page for detailed analysis such as splits, time, distance, and pace zone for each interval. If no manual lap data is present, then the view defaults to mile or kilometer splits. Free athletes can also see a preview of the visualisation.