In this tab, you don't need to spend time selecting individual laps one by one. Our algorithms have automatically detected all the session's intervals, and you can access statistics for each interval in one place.

This streamlined process saves you valuable time, enabling you to effortlessly view comprehensive data on all detected laps. With instant access to lap statistics, you can promptly analyze performance variations, pinpoint intensity levels, and make well-informed decisions to optimize your training strategies.

Laps table

Each line in the table corresponds to a lap. For each lap, you have the intensity, duration, distance, pre-fatigue, power, heart rate, speed, cadence, and elevation statistics.

You can always filter by intensity at the top.

Intervals' analysis by intensity

Our latest feature is designed to provide a comprehensive analysis of training intervals by intensity, tailored to the specific nature of the session. We have carefully crafted key metrics to enable data-driven decision-making and simplify the analysis of an athlete's training performance. By aligning the session data with an athlete's baseline, we've streamlined the process of extracting valuable insights, ultimately saving you significant time. Our goal is to make data analysis more accessible and reveal hidden insights that can help you optimize training strategies for enhanced performance.

Here are all the available metrics:

  • Volume: Volume refers to the total duration of the session spent at the target intensity level. For Sprint and Anaerobic intervals, volume refers to the number of detected efforts.

  • Intensity: Intensity measures the average power output during the intervals. It indicates the level of effort exerted by the athlete.

  • HR Response: HR Response refers to the athlete's heart rate response to the session. It evaluates how effectively the heart rate reached and sustained the target training zone.

  • Efficiency: The efficiency is a metric that evaluates the relationship between power output and heart rate during the session. A high efficiency indicates that the athlete generated a significant amount of power relative to their heart rate, suggesting a strong performance.

  • Cardiac Drift: Cardiac Drift assesses any significant increase in heart rate over the course of the session. It helps identify signs of fatigue or dehydration during prolonged efforts.

  • Variability: Variability reflects the fluctuations in power output during the intervals. A higher variability score suggests more consistent and controlled efforts, while a lower variability score may indicate uneven pacing.

  • Consistency: Consistency evaluates the uniformity of power output over the course of the session. It determines whether the athlete maintained a steady effort throughout the entire session or had a drop.

  • Cadence Consistency: Cadence Consistency measures the steadiness of pedaling cadence during the session. It determines whether the athlete maintained a steady cadence throughout the entire session or had a drop.

  • Pre-Fatigue: The pre-fatigue takes into account the energy expended before the start of the intervals.

  • Temperature: The temperature helps contextualize session performance in relation to environmental challenges.

  • Altitude: The altitude helps contextualize session performance in relation to environmental challenges.

The athlete's baseline is defined with the data of the last 365 days.

Stacking and selecting laps enables a more precise analysis than a single one performed directly on the raw stream.

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