Strava subscribers can set weekly, monthly, annual, segment, and power goals on Strava.
- Weekly, Monthly, and Annual Goals
- Segment Goals
- Power Goals
Weekly, Monthly, and Annual Goals
From the Strava website, you can set and view distance goals for running, riding, and swimming. Manually uploaded activities, as well as activities marked as stationary, will also count towards your goals. Virtual ride and run activities will count towards the ride and run goals respectively.
You can manage your goals from the panel on the left-hand side of your feed. Toggle between the icons at the top of the panel to choose an activity type and select the pencil icon to edit the fields.
Goals for all other sport types can be set from the Strava mobile app.
Segment goals can only be created from the Strava website for cycling and running segments. Set a goal on your favorite segment from either the segment explore page, a ride activity page where you matched to the segment, or the segment details page. Goals cannot be set on segments with an average percent grade of less than -0.25%.
- From the segment explore page, click the segment's name to expand it and select Set Goal.
- From a ride activity page, click on the segment's name to expand it then click Set Goal.
- From the segment details page, click Set a goal for this segment under "Your Stats" on the ride side of the page.
Enter your target time, choose a deadline, and select Create segment goal. When you achieve your goal, an entry will appear in your feed.
Power goals can only be created from the Strava website. Set power goals for popular time intervals such as 5 seconds, 1 minute, and 10 minutes. Power Goals can only be accomplished by using a power meter. Estimated power does not apply.
- From the Strava website, select Dashboard > My Goals to see your current goals and create new ones.
- Select Set a Goal > Power Goal.
- Enter your target watts, choose your time interval, and set a deadline. Click Create power goal to save.
Performance (segment/power) goals are public. Non-followers can see these goals when viewing your profile page. Progress (weekly/monthly/annual) goals are private.