Training Log Tour

Our training log is free to use, and always will be, with no hidden features locked away behind a paywall. If you like it, please consider a voluntary donation to support the site. Here's a tour of some of the newer features you might like.

Summary Headers

Every training entry has a header which summarises the key data - like how far you went, and how fast. The information is different for each sport. The header also allows you to add tag words to an individual entry, so that you can quickly see all the runs where your knee hurt, or all the rides you did with Big Geoff.

The Map

Your route is shown on the map, colour-coded so that you can see where you went fast and where you went slow. Using the buttons on the left, you can toggle between Google Maps (shown here on the right of the map) or the richer OpenStreetMap (shown on the left). If the route is a good one, you can save it; and you can also switch on Conquercise gridlines and Fetchpoint markers if you play our games.

Pace Graph

Below the map, you'll see this colourful chart, which matches up to the colours on the map. There's a little summary in the header which shows the percentage of time you spent in each pace zone. Over on the right, you'll find options for varying the size of the splits; changing from column graph to line graph; and a rainbow button that allows you to set the thresholds for the different colours, from red (fastest) down to cyan (slowest). Touch or mouse the columns to see that section appear on the map, and for a popup with detailed information about that split.

Splits Table

The split information is also provided in table form - but if this is too much detail, look for the little minus sign in the header on the right. Click any section to minimise it. The table has little coloured tags on the left to help you identify problem parts of your run, and will include heart rate, cadence, elevation and other data as applicable.

Heart Rate

This section allows you to divide your heart rate data into three classic zones - recovery (green), threshold (red) and the grey area in between. Use the rainbow icon on the right to set your zones. The graph on the right shows the distribution of your heart rate in beats per minute, or you can see it in terms of working heart rate percentage or maximum heart rate percentage.


Our elevation graph also uses colour coding to emphasise the harder parts of your route, using green for flat, through yellow and orange, up to red for the toughest climbs. The graph on the right gives you an overview of all the grades in the route.

What next?

Our log is continually evolving to meet the expectations of our users. But it will always be free to use. So if you like what it offers, please share this with your friends. Share it with Everyone. Save them from the tyranny of the paywall. Thanks.

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  • good work
  • Looks fab
  • Excellent work really impressive fetch!
  • Looks good - excellent work!
  • You've been busy - Fab idea with the pace zones on the map!! Love it!
  • Well done Sir!
  • In the summary heading section runner you can put the given elevation and the average bpm cardio? It would be useful to have it Thanks
  • Looking pretty nifty. Thanks a lot.
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