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Laps and Improved Segment Selection

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We’ve made a couple of recent changes to Smashrun’s Pro Map! You can now view laps within the Pro Map if you upload a run from a TCX file* Switching between map filters no longer resets pace buckets/ HR zones etc Mouse over filter will only show the overlay for the selected segment Selecting segments, […]

New features and lots of fixes for April

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Last night we released some new features and a patch that addresses several issues concerning the Garmin importer, delayed ranks, and import notifications, among others. Below is the detailed list of all the feature additions and fixes for this release! Elevation graph for Smashrun Pro users Upon request from one of our Pro users (thanks, […]

Winter Headliner Voting Results

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It’s the end of Winter and the start of Spring! That means it’s time to tally the votes and start work on last season’s Headliner Feature. For those who are unfamiliar with Headliner Features – it is how we highlight some of the most frequently requested functionality on Smashrun. I say some because Smashrun gets […]

Training Bands and Training Volume

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To improve, we learn to push our limits until we pass certain thresholds, just enough to stimulate adaption, but not so much that we cause injury. Consequently, we rely on various forms of measurements to properly manage training load such as training volume, Training Impulse (TRIMPs), Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPEs), Training Stress Score (TSS), […]

How to Use SPI

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Have you ever wondered how your fastest mile compares to your first half marathon? Or, wondered if your best 5K is better than your second best marathon time? How can you tell? The Smashrun Performance Index (SPI) is a value derived from a performance curve to help you compare runs of similar effort across various […]

3 Tips for Using Smashrun’s Pro Map

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Before we designed the Pro Map, we asked ourselves: what sort of information is best conveyed while viewing the route of your run? There’s the obvious metrics including your fastest split, the ability to see elevation changes and, a pace graph that you can interact with. All of these are helpful in the sense that […]

Nike Importer

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It appears Nike+ has also made a few recent changes this week, which is now affecting Smashrun’s Nike importer. Unfortunately, if you’re a Nike+ user, this means you won’t be able to sync your data until we can release a patch but, we’re working as quickly as possible to resolve the issue.

Hide data, HRR, Garmin import, SSL

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Early this morning, we released a patch and a couple of new additions that apply to both Smashrun and Smashrun Pro users. Let’s start with the new stuff! Hide data before a certain date. If you’ve ever taken an extended break from running or if you’ve ever used an app/device for a period of time […]

Introducing goal-setting version 1.0

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Goal-setting is what bridges the gap between running casually and running purposefully. Whether you’re competing with your own personal best or toeing the line with other runners in an upcoming race, the first step to being ready is setting a goal. For many runners, the most common type of goal is based on mileage. Some […]

Build Better Training Habits

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With Smashrun, our goal has always been to help people become better runners, but “better” is different for everyone. Sometimes, it’s as straightforward as adding a recovery day or balancing hard runs with easy ones. Other times, it’s not so obvious, like getting enough sleep or keeping track of what you eat. Recently I’ve started using […]