Strava Subscription Features
Subscribe to Strava to get the most out of Strava segments with these features:
Overall segment leaderboards.
Comparing, filtering, and analyzing segment efforts. Your segment results:
Filtered Leaderboards : Filter segment leaderboards over certain periods of time, by just your followers or clubs you've joined, and by your age and weight.
Segment Efforts : Compare performances with other athletes on your favorite segments.
Live Segments : Your segment performance in real-time, plus comparisons to your PR and the current KOM/QOM/CR. Live Segments are available on , the Strava mobile app , and select compatible devices .
Training Log : View all your training in one place, visualized to show your progress, and highlight important stats.
Cumulative Stats: View monthly stats for all sport types and compare them to previous months.
: Benchmark yourself against past performances on your most common routes. Matched Activities
Race Analysis : Detailed post-race breakdowns of your pace fluctuation and splits.
Custom Goals : Set goals for segments, cycling power, personal time or distance. Weekly and Yearly Progress Goals help you stay motivated and keep your training on track.
Training Plans : For running and cycling to help you achieve your fitness goals.
Live Performance Data : Speed, distance, and location, in real-time, on your mobile device.
Pace Analysis : Visualize your pace zones and lap data for all your running workouts.
: Custom Heart Rate Zones Train smarter with a heart rate monitor.
Relative Effort : Strava analyzes your heart rate data to quantify how hard you're working and help you train smarter.
Beacon : Live location tracking for safer activities for athletes, and peace of mind for their friends and family. Beacon is available on the iOS and Android app, as well as selected Garmin devices.
Routes: Create routes from scratch on the Strava website or automatically generate routes from the mobile app.
Personal Heatmaps : Unique visualizations of all of the places you've run or ridden.
Workout Analysis : Visualize your pace zones and lap data for all your workouts .
Power Analysis : Utilize your power meter to analyze your activity and view training load, intensity, and more.
Fitness & Freshness : Track levels of fitness, freshness, and fatigue over time.
: Grade Adjusted Pace (GAP) A metric that takes into account the steepness of terrain during your runs and estimates an equivalent pace on flat land so you can compare efforts across uphill, downhill and flat terrain.
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