Concluída

Show heart rate data on swim activities

Currently the swim data from the HRM-Swim doesn't display. It would be good to get it on there for suffer score etc.

428

Comentários

326 comentários
  • Yes, Strava needs to recognize the Swim heartrate data. Also, needs add "Swim Type" just like run and bike with subcategories "Swim", "Race", "Long Swim", "Workout".

    Currently, when I race triathlons, the run and bike legs can be flagged as "Race"; but, the swim cannot. Don't make no damn sense.

    Otherwise, Strava has a big hole in its usefulness.

    8
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • According to what's reported near the bottom of the the DC Rainmaker review (which I just came across in my anger that my newly-purchased HRM-Tri was providing no HR data to Strava), the issue may be that Strava needs to upgrade to the FITSDK version (16.30) in order to read the HR data from Garmin. Either way, I bough (yet another) HRM in order to stop seeing the "buy a HR monitor" screen on Strava for swims (and out of curiosity on how hard my ticker is working during swims), and that screen seems AWFULLY deceptive now that buying a swim-specific HRM does nothing for Strava. (As to the pinned comment on this thread suggesting that the HR data is captured on the mobile version, that's not the case for me.) 

    8
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • HR support for swimming activities (to include active calories) would be great.  Please add this feature!

    8
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • @Jess,  I think the modular concept of Strava Summit has potential.  If you really want to increase revenue, make Summit go above and beyond regarding swim metrics, including stroke type, heart rate, SWOLF, and more.  Since Strava's core user base uses segments,  I was surprised to realize that I can create a Strava segment from an open water swim.  Very cool.  I'm sure this is not well known.  Also, as a reminder, the lack of swim heart rate data is primarily an issue affecting Garmin smartwatches.  The Polar V800 does export swim heart rate to Strava via the Polar Flow program/app.  Finally, multisport activity, particularly triathlon, is a big reason people wear these watches.  Unless I'm missing a change, Strava does not integrate multisport performance into one activity.  This should also be corrected in order to broaden the appeal of Strava Summit.

    8
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • +1

    7
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • And this is why I have cancelled my Strava premium, this will unfortunately never happen as Strava are not interested in what their customers want!

    7
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • +!

    What is the holdup here? It has been well over 2 years since this feature request has been made.

     

    Lets go Strava!

    7
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Any news on that?
    Now I've a Garmin Fenix 3 and HRM Swim and I can't see the heart data neither in web nor in the app.

     

    7
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • That's pretty harsh Benoit. It's not useless, the data is on Garmin Connect. Talking to the Training Peaks guys, the data is not being sent from Garmin to their partners. Training Peaks doesn't have access to the data as of a month ago.

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Hey Strava,  when will this be available?   Is it on the product roadmap?

    If not available, i will likely switch to strava basic  and use garmin connect as the goto tracker!

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • It says to buy a HR monitor and when you do, strava doesn't import the data. Come on...

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Irony is obviously the watchword at Strava... my swim activity has a HR page and tells me to wear a HRM to improve my training.

    I HAVE A GARMIN SWIM HRM WHICH YOU WON’T SHOW THE DATA FROM 😡

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • It's been 2 years since this thread was started... what's the hold up Strava?  A lot of triathletes use Strava and swimming metrics are as important to us as are bike/run metrics.  Can you please provide a date for HR to not only be displayed, but actively utilized in all of Strava's performance metrics?  I love Strava and this would be a great enhancement in my opinion.

    Thanks!

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • After being a premium member for a couple of years I cancelled last year because of this problem. I see Strava have done absolutely nothing to fix it even though they were obviously aware of it nearly 2 years ago. Talk about contempt for your customers! I may just unlink my Garmin from Strava and walk away as it’s just so frustrating - and Garmin have noticed Strava’s inability to listen to customers and added social aspects now.

    And agreed with others - a manual workaround is not a solution. It should be reading the HR data from the Garmin connector. 

    6
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • +1 request

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • + 1 very dissatisfied!!! I just spent money on the HRM Swim for exactly that... using the data for suffer zone etc!
    I don't understand... surely it the same data from Garmin Connect that the Run HRM would send?
    Does it work with Sunto or any other brands? Or is it just Garmin Strava politics?!!!

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Please support Garmin HRM swim data. 

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • +1, please add hr from garmin hrm-swim (as recorded by fenix 3) to swim activities on strava

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • +1 for HRM swim data from Garmin.

    Thanks for considering running data within "Fitness & Freshness" now.

    For triathletes it would be great to have also swimming data included.

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • My premium membership is up for renewal and I won't do it. My advice to others looking to track fatigue properly is to use premium Training Peaks and, even if you're not wearing an HR monitor, estimate TSS to track your fitness, fatigue, and form in a more realistic way. My guess is that strava is not really interested in this space, otherwise they would have added this long ago. 

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Totally agree with Greg on this one: TrainingPeaks seems to be moving in the right direction, Strava doesn't. So as of 12/12 I won't be a Strava premium user anymore.

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • I also will not subscribe for Premium due to this issue. It appears that Strava dont care about swimmers. Why should we care to pay them then?

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • I don't know why this isn't a feature yet. my Garmin Swim Strap Works pretty good @Strava please Pull this date to be aggregated into our Fitness and suffer score. A hard swim is a huge part of Fitness and Fatigue, Without compiling and using this information when grading the whole score this is utterly pointless for triathletes.. 

      

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • I will not confirm nor deny my source, but a friend works at Strava and recently said, regarding this issue: "We’ve recently done a lot of under-the-hood overhauling to be able to fix stuff like this, and this fix is slated... Wish I could give you exact timing but it’s on the way!"

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • My current ticket with Strava;

    I’ve gone and bought a HR monitor especially for swimming at the suggestion from Strava themselves. After doing a swim workout and seeing HR data in Garmin, it does not transfer to Strava! This is making the paid for services on Strava like Fitness & Fatigue difficult to use effectively and pointless. Why suggest people buy something when you don’t support the very thing its for?

    Strava:

    Thanks for reaching out and sorry for any confusion. We are only able to process heart rate data for Relative Effort on outdoor GPS based swim activities, and since your swims are indoors (without any GPS data) we are unable to process the heart rate data. Sorry for any inconvenience and let me know if you have any questions. 

    My reply; Unsatisfactory, It was a cop out response. Why should it matter about GPS location to calculate fitness and fatigue, when you already know the distance, heart rate and time spent exercising? Poor excuse and poor customer service. Shame on you Strava; it wouldnt take your tech team long to implement this and there are plenty of people asking for the same thing. Or at least... STOP RECOMMENDING PEOPLE BUY A HEART RATE DEVICE!

     

    5
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Please add this!!

    4
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Another vote for HR data from swims.

    4
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • @Jonathan Willis, I'm going to leave the onus on Strava. For some reason Strava is lacking on the Swim. There are other issues both with transferred data and the level of nuance that Strava supports swim.

    Firstly, an issue that is totally within Stava's purview, the ability to designate the type of swim as Swim, Race, Long Swim, Workout. You can do this with run and ride; but, not swim?!?

    In a related note, Strava does not recognize triathlon races. Transitions are "Workouts", the run can be "Race" type, the bike can be a "Race" type; but, the swim is just a swim.  Note there are swim only, age group or master swim races that happen, as well. So, does Strava just not believe in competitive swimming?

    Finally, you can export the workouts from Garmin to a file which has the HR data. About the only thing quirky about the file is that the HR fields are designated "Avg Power" and "Max Power"; but, Strava knows that is HR data.

    So, I believe there has to be some reason intentional reason why Strava's swim support is lacking.

    4
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • For me it doesn't show on the mobile app at all. It only shows on Garmin Connect.
    Please add HRM swim data on Strava!

    4
    Ações de comentário Permalink
  • Does anyone from Strava ever respond to these boards? If there's a reason why HR can't be added for swim, just let us know. Otherwise please recognize that there is a demand for this feature and add it.  Thank you.

    4
    Ações de comentário Permalink

Por favor, entrar para comentar.

Não encontrou o que estava procurando?

Nova publicação