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"Workout analysis" graph on iOS app

Please insert the "Workout analysis" (=split per laps in graph), as shown by default on desktop mode, when tagging an activity as workout, at least for the premium members. This allows for an analysis of the workout on the app, without having to open the desktop.

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  • This feature is coming soon Benoit, thanks. 

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  • hey Elle,

    I see that you kept your word, the feature is there, it looks nice, kudos for that.

    As we all strive for a better strava experience, as premium member and addicted user of strava, I listed some of my initial findings and suggestions:

    1. The workout analysis replaces the overview of the splits per km which was previously shown by default (and still for the non-premium members). The advantage of this overview was that you could see of a "normal" run (<20km), all splits and the HM per km. Now, in the workout analysis, you can only see 4 km's per screen.

    => so my suggestion, either reintroduce the general overview of the splits per km, paralel to the workout analysis, or make the screen somehow larger that you can see a general overview of lets say the first 20km of the run.

    2. On the graph, only the pace and the n° of the lap/km is mentioned as a value, the underlying values of the HR or HM are not mentioned, it only give you a graph of the HR/HM, but without actual indication of the value thereof, it is pretty useless.

    => next to the the graph, include a value of the HM or HR, as now it only refers to the pace. 

    3. The data under the graph (both in lap-modus as km-modus) does not mention the AVG HR, although this info is included in the workout analysis on the webversion of strava. Since this is a critical element of info depending on the type of training, this would have to be introduced

    => include AVG HR per km/lap in the data listed per km/lap below the graph

     4. HM per lap is also a useful info when analysing the laps, not only relevant per km 

    => include HM per lap in the data listed per lap below the graph

    cheers

    Benoit

     

     

      

     

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  • Thanks Benoit, great to receive this detailed feedback and it will be shared with our team. 

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  • Basically everything that Benoit said except for Android,. The new 'premium' feature analysis replaces the standard analysis. I don't understand why you would take a feature away from a premium user rather than just adding it to the standard feature.

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  • I agree with Benoit's point 1 and Shane B. 

    While the new workout analysis for premium has extra info, it loses the 'big picture' of a run that is really helpfully captured by the standard analysis. The splits were really helpful for seeing at a glance what a run was like, but the new workout analysis is less helpful for that. Personally, though I'm premium, I much prefer the standard analysis.

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  • I totally agree with previous authors, including Ben Smart. The Premium Workout Analysis misses the big picture and I find it overall annoying for many reasons that I have directly shared with Strava several times in the past.

    I would greatly prefer to have a choice to get the standard analysis back.

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  • Thanks Strava (and Elle Anderson) – as of the latest update we now have the 'workout analysis' AND 'splits' for each run, and it's great to have both! 

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  • What about n° 4.:HM per lap is also a useful info when analysing the laps, not only relevant per km 

    => include HM per lap in the data listed per lap below the graph

     

    Is there any initiative being prepared on this? 

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