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Discussion in 'Road Cycling, Mountain Biking & Cyclocross' started by John Stone, Nov 20, 2014.

  1. John Stone

    John Stone Every day is Leg Day
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    John, I have a Strava question although it is running-related rather than cycling. I am doing a running program where I am building up to running a 5K, and at the moment I am doing run/walk intervals. Strava's overall average speed is not of much interest to me as the amount of running/walking varies each session, but what would be interesting would be my average speed for the run intervals.

    Do you know if there is a way to pull out this sort of data? I would imagine some sort of tool would be needed to demarcate the sections you want the data for from the rest of the session.
     
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    Could you use your fitness recording device to create splits?

    Also, on Strava if you click on the "Analysis" tab you can use your mouse to select a portion of the activity. The stats will update in real time to show the stats only for the selected portion of the activity.
     
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    I use the Strava app, I don't think that has that function.

    I can see on the analysis tab that I can mouseover and see the stats for that particular moment on the curve - are you saying that you can click on the graph and see the stats for a particular sub-section? I don't seem able to do that.
     
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    Yah, using the desktop browser version of the site (not sure on mobile) you should be able to click and drag anywhere on the elevation graph or the HR/speed/etc graphs to select a section. Once a section is selected you can even adjust the size of the selection by "grabbing" the left or right side and dragging it in or out.
     

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