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Actual Training Load Actual Training Load
Actual Training Load represents your current degree of fatigue, being an exponentially weighted average of your training load (i.e. %trimp%) over a period of 7 days by default. Actual Training Load represents your current degree of fatigue, being an exponentially weighted average of your training load (i.e. %trimp%) over a period of 7 days by default.
Caution Caution
Chronic Training Load Chronic Training Load
Chronic Training Load represents your current degree of fitness, being an exponentially weighted average of your training load (i.e. %trimp%) over a period of 42 days by default. Chronic Training Load represents your current degree of fitness, being an exponentially weighted average of your training load (i.e. %trimp%) over a period of 42 days by default.
Danger Danger
Does not improve cardiorespiratory fitness. This is suitable for recovery and developing endurance. Does not improve cardiorespiratory fitness. This is suitable for recovery and developing endurance.
Does only increase cardiorespiratory fitness if adequate recovery is applied afterwards. Does only increase cardiorespiratory fitness if adequate recovery is applied afterwards.
Easy TRIMP Easy TRIMP
Easy TRIMP is the maximal allowed TRIMP for the following day that will keep TSB at 0, i.e. keeps a balanced training stress. Easy TRIMP is the maximal allowed TRIMP for the following day that will keep TSB at 0, i.e. keeps a balanced training stress.
Every athlete has to test his maximal heart rate as it's highly individual and common rules of thumb may be far off for a single person. Every athlete has to test his maximal heart rate as it's highly individual and common rules of thumb may be far off for a single person.
Extreme caution Extreme caution
Extreme danger Extreme danger
Extremely hard Extremely hard
Extremely light Extremely light
Fatigue is possible with prolonged exposure and activity. Continuing activity could result in heat cramps. Fatigue is possible with prolonged exposure and activity. Continuing activity could result in heat cramps.
Glossary Glossary
Hard Hard
Heart rate variability Heart rate variability
Heat cramps and heat exhaustion are likely; heat stroke is probable with continued activity. Heat cramps and heat exhaustion are likely; heat stroke is probable with continued activity.
Heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible. Continuing activity could result in heat stroke. Heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible. Continuing activity could result in heat stroke.
Heat index Heat index
Heat index levels Heat index levels
Heat stroke is imminent. Heat stroke is imminent.
Highly improves cardiorespiratory fitness, but requires easier workouts to balance the training. Highly improves cardiorespiratory fitness, but requires easier workouts to balance the training.
Highly improving training effect Highly improving training effect
If an important race is ahead, TSB should be clearly positive. As levels of CTL and ATL differ from athlete to athlete, no concrete suggestions can be made. If an important race is ahead, TSB should be clearly positive. As levels of CTL and ATL differ from athlete to athlete, no concrete suggestions can be made.
Improves cardiorespiratory fitness. Improves cardiorespiratory fitness.
Improving training effect Improving training effect
In Runalyze, windchill is a metric for the apparent temperature that takes the Wind Chill effect into account. In Runalyze, windchill is a metric for the apparent temperature that takes the Wind Chill effect into account.
Light Light
Maintaining training effect Maintaining training effect
Maintains cardiorespiratory fitness and builds foundation for more demanding workours in future. Maintains cardiorespiratory fitness and builds foundation for more demanding workours in future.
Marathon shape Marathon shape
Maximal exertion Maximal exertion
Maximum heart rate Maximum heart rate
Measuring resting heart rate each day as part of a morning ritual is recommended for athletes. Increases in resting heart rate can indicate stress and overtraining. Measuring resting heart rate each day as part of a morning ritual is recommended for athletes. Increases in resting heart rate can indicate stress and overtraining.
Metrics for HRV Metrics for HRV
Minor training effect Minor training effect
Monotony Monotony
Natural logarithm of RMSSD Natural logarithm of RMSSD
No effect No effect
No exertion at all No exertion at all
No training effect No training effect
Notice: This calculation is based on the sum of the *all day* TRIMP value. It is based on the overall strain made a day, no matter which kind of activity has been done. Notice: This calculation is based on the sum of the *all day* TRIMP value. It is based on the overall strain made a day, no matter which kind of activity has been done.
Overtraining Overtraining
Overview Overview
per week per week
Performance condition Performance condition
Performance condition values range from +20 to -20, whereby positive values mean that you are rested and in shape for a good and intense workout. Performance condition values range from +20 to -20, whereby positive values mean that you are rested and in shape for a good and intense workout.
When User Action Detail Object
No matching activity found.
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