The Smart Runner – Strava

(English version below)

Fontosnak tartom, hogy minden edzesem tokeletesen ki tudjam elemezni. Szeretnem latni a tavolsagot amit megtettem, az utvonalat ahol futottam, a tempot, a szegmenseket, a pulzusom, a magasagot amit kozben megtettem es igy tovabb…

Bar minden futasom es edzestervem az  adidas Train & Run-ban van (aka. miCoach) – Igazabol a futas kozben is ezt hasznalom a telefonomon, de a vegen az osszegzest mar Strava-ban elemzem ki. Nem kell fusson mindket alkalmazas a telefonon, mert szepen ossze tudja szinkronizalni az adataimat a ket alkalmazas.

Persze ennel sokkal tobbet ki lehet meg elemezni, de most egyenlore ennyi eleg is. Szoval tegnap 10 kilometert futottam, a kedvenc utvonalamon, Tiergarten, ez egy nagy park/erdo igazabol. Nem tul zsufolt, keves a kozlekedesi lampa es igazabol eleg lapos terep, igy a mindennapos edesekre nekem tokeletes, fokent mert a hazunkhoz rettento kozel van, igy a lakastol indulok es ide is erkezek vissza.

Kis matek. Szoval, 9.7 kilometer, 48.41 perc alatt, ami legyen most 10 km 50 perc az egyszeruseg kedveert. Szoval az atlag tempom 5/km pace volt. 1 km 5 perc, igy a 42 km 210 perc lenne, ami pont 3.5 ora. Viszont tartani 10 kilometeren keresztul egy otos pacet nem olyan nagy dolog, de 42 kilometeren mar eleg nagy kihivas nekem. A terv egyszeru, tartsuk a tempot :)

To track the workouts it’s important for runners. To see distances, path, the pace, the elevation, heart rate during the run and so on…

However all of my results and workout plans are in adidas Train & Run app, I prefer more Strava to see the details of the workouts. Don’t needs to run both applications on the phone, after the workout they sync perfectly.

Let’s see hows it in Strava:

There are many more details that we could read, but this is enough for now. In details; Yesterday I ran 9.7 km, a round in Tiergarten. This is my favorite spot for the everyday workouts. Not that crowded, there are just a few traffic lights around and it’s basically pretty flat. More importantly it’s really close to our place.

Let’s do a small math. I ran 9.7 km in 48.41 minutes, let’s round it up to 10 km in 50 minutes – just to make our calcualation simple. It takes, my average pace was 5/km. 1 km in 5 minutes. Means, 42 km in 210 minutes, that’s exactly 3.5 hours, that is my goal I want to achieve by the race in September. However to keep this pace in 10 km it’s not a big thing though, but to keep it through in 42 kilometers, that’s something else.

So, the plan is easy, keep the pace!

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