Athletes love to record our training. They want to know how far they have run, how high the heart rate has been, and so on. As recording tool they use a GPS-running-watch or a smartphone with a recording app. Cyclists use cyclometers, and even swimmers record their training thanks to watches with acceleration sensors.
What do we do with all those data? The app of our choice or the internet portal bundled to our sports watch presents a list of our activities, draws the track onto a map, and visualizes speed and heart rate in a plot. However, the functionality often ends at this point. Running distance in the last, pre-last, ... month or year? Often not available. It remains the option to use a dedicated analysis application on a computer. While often very powerful, frequently also complicated to use.
|in the recording app
|Nike, Runtastic, Polar Beat, ...
|Strava, RunKeeper, Movescount, Garmin Connect, Runtastic, ...
|SportsTracks (PC), Rubitrack (Mac), ...
|ConnectStats (iOS), Rubitrack (iOS, since 2014)
This overview is certainly not complete, but it shows the following:
Trainalyse tries to solve the lack of a comprehensive analysis solution on a mobile device by targeting for the following functionality:
A more detailed description of the offered functionality is available here: Features