Training Summary & AnalysisWe help you look for trends in your training over longer periods to help you find out what works.
See all your training overlaid on one interactive map. A great way to remember everywhere you've been
A brand new shareable infographic showing a colourful breakdown of your training month.
Do the right training
See typical mileage, pace and long run stats for every distance and goal. See a comparison with your own training.
Heart Rate Analysis
See your heart rate training data from the last 12 months broken down in technicolour.
Cycling Gradient Analysis
Breaking News! Cycling up hill is harder than cycling on the flat! If you're a cyclist, find out how much you slow down as the hills get steeper (and vice versa)
Pre-race Training Analysis
See your accumulated mileage in the weeks leading up to any event in your portfolio, and compare it to your other performances
10k Analysis: Part 7
In this week's 10k analysis blog - how often do we reach race distance?
Year on Year
How does your year compare to previous years? Our snazzy lightning graph will show you your accumulation of distance day by day
Top GPS Watches
Thousands of people upload their training to Fetcheveryone. Our live list shows the most popular models of GPS watch
Your Annual Infographic
See your training for the entire year summarised in a pretty graphic that you can show off to your friends.
See the fastest portions from all your training runs. Filter by time to give you recent bests to aim at. Every distance from 400m to marathon.
Compare Your Training
Our new comparison tool allows you to replay multiple training entries, giving you insights into when things get tough. Compare pace, cadence, heart rate and power in real-time.
Training & Racing Calculators
Work out your age grading, and get guidance on training paces and race time predictions with our suite of calculators that do all the hard work for you
Analyse your Cadence
Our new graph uses the data from your training log to illustrate the relationship between your cadence, pace and stride length.
Your Best Month
All your training, ranked by monthly distance. How high can you climb this month?
Your weekly training summary
A good training strategy means more than running at the same pace every time. See a summary of your week
See multiple aspects of your training, side-by-side for all your best race times.
Like running on consecutive days? See how many streaks you build up each year (and how many consecutive rest days you take)