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6th Jul 2014 at 11am by RunningRonnie

  • Time
    1:55:34
  • Miles
    12.97
  • Mins/mi
    8:55
  • Cals
    1965
  • Surface
    road
Split Summary
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1) 1m - 8:27(8:27/m) 157/169bpm 149cal
2) 1m - 8:07(8:07/m) 165/169bpm 152cal
3) 1m - 9:10(9:10/m) 167/173bpm 174cal
4) 1m - 11:04(11:04/m) 164/171bpm 205cal
5) 1m - 8:26(8:26/m) 167/171bpm 159cal
6) 1m - 8:36(8:36/m) 163/174bpm 157cal
7) 1m - 10:37(10:37/m) 160/171bpm 181cal
8) 1m - 9:13(9:13/m) 160/168bpm 158cal
9) 1m - 8:45(8:45/m) 156/164bpm 132cal
10) 1m - 8:33(8:33/m) 158/164bpm 130cal
11) 1m - 8:48(8:48/m) 161/166bpm 137cal
12) 1m - 8:28(8:28/m) 161/166bpm 118cal
13) 0.97m - 7:22(7:35/m) 167/176bpm 113cal
Charts: Sample Rate:

Split Breaker Tool

0.1m | 0.25m | 0.5m | 1m | 2m | 5m | 0.5km | 1km | 2km | 5km
Dist Time Per Mile HR (max) Beats/mi
1 8:32 8:32 156 (169) 1344
2 8:06 8:06 163 (169) 1313
3 9:04 9:04 168 (173) 1517
4 11:02 11:02 164 (171) 1809
5 8:22 8:22 167 (170) 1393
6 8:39 8:39 163 (173) 1407
7 10:34 10:34 160 (168) 1685
8 9:07 9:07 160 (167) 1463
9 8:39 8:39 156 (164) 1351
10 8:31 8:31 158 (163) 1348
11 8:48 8:48 161 (165) 1417
12 8:20 8:20 161 (165) 1339
About This Data
Your watch takes a series of readings showing where you are during your run. This table is generated by chopping this data up. As such, it's likely there'll be a discrepancy between this data and the splits recorded by your watch. It shows a 'real time' view of your data i.e. if you pause your watch for any reason, it'll show as an extra-long split.

Splits

8:27 8:07 9:10 11:04 8:26 8:36 10:37 9:13 8:45 8:33 8:48 8:28 7:22
About This Data
These are the splits that your watch has calculated, or the ones that you've entered manually.

Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion

                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
About This Data
To help get a better understanding of the effort you are putting in during training, you can now specify the intensity level you are working at, using the Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion scale. Grade your training session by clicking the little squares to show the proportion of time at each level. If you want to cancel out a column, just click the number in the bottom row. When we've built up enough data, it goes without saying that you'll get some lovely graphs out of this. Bear with :-)

Predictions

Dist Time Per Mile
1M 7:38 7:38
5km 25:25 8:11
5M 42:05 8:25
10km 52:58 8:31
10M 1:27:43 8:46
Half 1:56:48 8:55
20M 3:02:54 9:09
Mara 4:03:31 9:18
About This Section
This table aims to predict your pace over a variety of common distances - so if you've just run five miles at breakneck speed, it'll help you with your 5k and 10k times. It uses the standard Peter Riegel formula for predicting times.

Direction

2.64
20.4%
9:07
NW
0.91
7%
9:59
N
0.82
6.4%
9:07
NE
2.35
18.2%
8:59
W
1.98
15.3%
8:53
E
0.59
4.6%
8:13
SW
0.74
5.7%
8:04
S
2.91
22.5%
8:28
SE
About This Data
Your training run broken down by direction, showing distance, and pace in that direction. Useful for understanding the effect of wind.

Benchmarks

Distance Time Fastest
400m 1:38 More
800m 3:28 More
1km 4:26 More
mile 7:36 More
5k 25:36 More
5 miles 41:58 More
10k 53:13 More
10 miles 1:29:43 More
About This Data
The system looks through the GPS data for your entire run to find the fastest portions of it.

Conditions

No unusual conditions reported
About This Section
Use this section to record any conditions that made the run particularly challenging, or to report on your state of mind.

Kit List

Swim Bike Run Cross
Asics 2000 2 0 0 422 0
Garmin HRM 0 171 631 0
About This Data
Shows you the mileage accrued on the bits of kit you used on this run. If you're feeling sore, or looking for an excuse to do some shopping, then a high mileage here could be the key.

Bespoke Fields

You have not specified any bespoke fields
About This Data
If you want to record something that we haven't thought of, that you think might have an impact on your training, you can monitor it here. Anything you like.

Pace Bands

Heart Rate Bands

BPM | WHR | MHR
About This Data
Lots of runners will end up training in the no-mans land of about 80% of 'Working Heart Rate'. If you're training for endurance, try keeping below your 70% mark, and if you're doing speedwork, try to hit 85% of WHR.

Pace By Heart Rate

About This Data
See how your pace alters with differing heart rates. Treat with caution - over a single run, your heart rate will gradually rise even if your pace remains constant.

3 Things You Saw

1 A Tree
2 A policeman on a bike
3 Fetchpoint
About This Section
Just for fun. What did you see whilst you were out running today?

Comments From Others

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If you share your training with other users, you might get some useful comments every time you run.

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