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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.

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  • Yep - I've now cancelled my Strava Premium because this still isn't a thing. As a Triathlete and Open Water swimmer, this is a fundamental requirement!

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  • I wish I had read this before buying all the gear. I thought it a fair assumption that swim HR would add to the suffer score in Strava. It is the main reason I went premium. incredible.

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  • Two years since this was brought to your attention. Is this just a 'paid for' Facebook for cyclists? You keep getting the subscriptions but no action Strava!  Very disappointing.

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  • I agree that Strava should provide this feature, but to me it's even more incredible that Garmin don't add swim workouts to their equivalent 7-Day Training Load metric, especially when it's a Garmin swim HR monitor I'm using!

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  • Sorry to say I don't think I will be renewing my premium account on the back of this. Looks like I'll be joining the others on Training Peaks

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  • i stopped my premium subscription because Strava doesn't support swim HR. I will renew it when they will make it work.

     

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  • I've also stopped my premium account due to this. Did the same mistake as some other persons in this thread, bought the HRM Swim before realizing that they dont support it. 

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  • @ Christian D - thanks. That's good to know.

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  • I did not renew my premium membership solely based on the lack of HR data support for swimming activities.

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  • This is so annoying, I've done a 4k hard pool session and it's showing zero training impulse! What is the point of this tracking? I've already turned of my auto-renew and after April won't be missing this misleading data... At least it will still work a social network.


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  • How can receiving swim hr data from Garmin and showing on Strava be so difficult since the other hr data is already in place? Isn't it the same logic? If worried about the suffer score calculations being wrong, then warn people about it instead of not showing at all. 

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  • +1.  Is this likely to be updated - it would be really helpful (and appreciated)

     

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  • . I emailed them today and while they couldn’t give me a time frame, it’s in hand.  Good news 👍

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  • Swimming, triathlon, Swim-Run, multisport and other swim remater so osprey are on the rise so this feature is important to keep those users, including me, satisfied.

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  • Hi Elle,
    You mentioned in your comment that the hr data is only displayed in the mobile app. I still don’t see hr data graph on my app. I use Garmin Fenix 3. Thanks.
    Alp

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  • I use Fenix 3 and still no swim hr data on Strava.

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  • As I understand the issue is that garmin creates a separate file (.fit) because the hr data cannot be transferred to the watch under water. There should be a way to merge the 2 files easily, preferably by Strava but otherwise using a 3rd party tool before uploading the file to strava.
    Has anyone looked into this?

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  • Just found this due to lack of HR for swims, using 920XT and swim HRM.

    First raised November 12, 2015 12:26, still not sorted by April 24, 2018. 

    Useless.

    Premium membership being cancelled.

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  • Well, I might as well add my two pence! Yep, had my 735xt for a while, decided to buy a HRM-Tri and was shocked to find my heart rate data transfer to Strava. I was more disappointed especially as Strava has introduced its Relative Effort feature, and now my swim data is effectively useless. But I’m not certain who is to blame, is it Strava for not figuring out how to decode Garmin’s data? Or is it Garmin for not making the devices consumers want?

    It’s unlikely this will make me ditch Strava because the community of encouragement and competition is addictive. But it’ll make me think twice when it comes to upgrading devices. I’ll look into it in a little more detail.

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  • I have a Garmin watch with chest-strap HRM. As this thread has explained, if I let Strava automatically import the swim from Garmin, the heart rate data isn't included, and therefore the suffer score / relative effort isn't calculated. The workaround is to delete the automatically imported activity from Strava, and in Garmin Connect export the TCX file and import that file into Strava manually. The heart rate data will be included.

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  • That would be great !

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  • Please fix. Or say goodbye to yet another premium member. Thank you

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  • Please keep adding your comments and click the ^ arrow to up-vote above. 

    Strava does accept heart rate data from most Garmin swim uploads, but the data is only displayed in the graph on the mobile app, not yet on the website. And there is no suffer score calculation. 

    With notable support for this improvement, I think the work can be prioritized to fully support the display of HR for swims and the inclusion in the suffer score calculation.[/endquote]

    year and a half and still not implemented? Come on, whats really holding this up?

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  • @Josh AFAIK there is no work-around.  The whole exporting from Garmin as a .tcx or .gpx or .fit file does not work.  So basically dont bother using Strava to accurately track your fitness if swimming is any part of your routine.  TrainingPeaks is the go if you want to be serious.

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  • Really hope this is true. I see lots of people canning their premium membership over this issue.

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  • HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM UNTIL THEY FIX IT:

    As many of you related, deleting the activity from Strava, exporting it as a .tcx file from Garmin Connect and manually uploading that to Strava doesn't work. Strava says that "the activity already exists.", despite being  excluded already.

    But following this 1 minute steps you will be able to get your swim activity with the heart rate measurement.

    The key will be to make Strava thinks that the activity is not the same that they automatically imported from Garmin Connect.

    1: download the TCX file from Garmin's site.
    2: delete the activity from Strava.
    3: Open the TCX file with notepad and Click Edit on the menu bar, then select Replace in the Edit menu.
    4: Once in the SEARCH AND REPLACE window, you will have to change the hour of the day of your activity.
    5: For this exemple, let's supose that your activity was about 2 hours of swimming and started "17:something" and finished 19:something".
    6: insert "T17:" as the search string and "T16:" as your replace string. Then click REPLACE ALL.
    7: insert "T18:" as the search string and "T17:" as your replace string. Then click REPLACE ALL.
    8: insert "T19:" as the search string and "T18:" as your replace string. Then click REPLACE ALL.
    9: save the file and upload it To Strava.

    Works fine. You will have your activity showing 1 hour soon on your feed, but it is better than do not have the heart rate measurement.

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  • Strava - it’s misleading to suggest to people that they need to buy a heart rate monitor to sync their heart rates in swimming activities. Until this issue can be sorted out (hopefully before the turn of the century), please stop suggesting to people to buy a swim HR monitor. It’s misleading.

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  • Lol at all the people thinking strava actually read this.

    It's clear they don't, and it's clear they couldn't give a monkey's about swimmers or triathletes.

    Easiest thing to do is revoke your premium subscription, use the free service if you want the social side, and use a proper tool such as garmin connect, trainingpeaks etc. to get access to proper data.

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  • 250 comments since the original post in November 2015 and in ALL THAT TIME the strava team have not addressed or even seemed to think about addressing the problem.
    It’d be nice to hear an update from the developers so that this ‘support’ forum can know what’s going on.

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  • I totally agree! Time to give us some answers @strava!

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