Faster, easier, and more tools to analyze your workouts

Introducing a homepage that matches your running and cycling speed! 🙂 The site is significantly faster now with the enhancements that we’ve made.

With the speed comes an improved layout. The site navigation is now better organized and paves the way for some exciting features that we’re working on. (Many of the items that were in the header previously you’ll now find under the new Community drop-down menu.) You’ll also notice two new feed filters on your homepage: one for popular entries and one to show you local entries. It’s now a single click to discover what athletes in your area are doing or to see popular entries from the community.

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New Training Analytics

There’s a new Training tab in the top navigation with a new section called Analytics. In addition to graphing more data, you can now also group your training by week and month! Just like on your profile, you can hover over a bar to see the workouts that make up that data point. We’ve also placed colored markers on the graph to indicate when you completed your fastest, longest, most intense, and most commented on workouts. You’ll see the top 5 for each of these categories for the selected period below the graph.

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The new training section is a work-in-progress, but it’s a feature we’re super excited about. Rather than overwhelming you with every single data point, we want to make it easy to gain insights into your training. We’ve got lots more planned for this section and you’ll see some exciting updates in the near future!

As always, we’d love to hear your feedback. Let us know what you like, dislike, or want to see added.

On another note, dailymilers just broke 3 million miles logged on Wednesday! There’s serious training going on. Keep up the good work. We’ll see you on dailymile.

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One response to “Faster, easier, and more tools to analyze your workouts

  1. It looks terrific. One, slightly off-topic request: Give users the option of having the “felt good/alright/bad” not included in updates sent via Twitter. It uses up precious characters. It would be nice to be able to leave that blank for workouts.

    Great work on the site.

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