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    De basis van Smashrun

    Wat is Smashrun?

    Smashrun is een analytisch platform voor hardlopers. Het helpt interessante verbanden te leggen tussen je prestaties en je trainingsgewoontes en het is super makkelijk in gebruik! Smashrun combineert eenvoudige hardloopgegevens met geavanceerde tabellen en grafieken om zowel een overzicht van je hele trainingsgeschiedenis te krijgen als een specifieke analyse van iedere individuele hardloop sessie. Daarnaast gebruiken we buttons als mijlpalen voor hardloopprestaties en we rangschikken gebruikers tegen hun gekozen leeftijdsgenoten.

    Heb ik een app of apparaat nodig om Smashrun's functionaliteit te kunnen gebruiken?

    Smashrun heeft veel functies die gebruikt kunnen worden door zowel hardlopers die hun sessies met de hand vastleggen als hardlopers die hun sessies registreren met een app of apparaat. Als je daarbij met een hartslagmeter of een cadanssensor loopt, kunnen we die data ook importeren. Als je wilt weten welke gegevens alleen werken met GPS en welke werken voor zowel handmatige als GPS geregistreerde runs, kun je hieronder een kort overzicht vinden.

Gegevens afhankelijkheden:
Alleen met GPS Manuele lopen en GPS
Hoogteprofiel (Pro) Buttons
Routekaart en Pro Kaart Details van een hardloopsamenvatting bewerken
Verandering in tempo over een routekaart Tempo trends (Pro)
Snelste segmenten (Pro) Geschatte finish tijden (Pro)
Tempovariatie (Pro) Sessie bijzonderheden
Trainingsbanden (Pro) Persoonlijke records
Splits Stand
Laps from TCX/FIT files (Pro) Smashrun Prestatie Index (Pro)
Stryd Power/Form Power in Pro Map (Pro) Trailing mijltabellen
Voortgang richting doel (Pro)
PR Progress (Pro)
Analyze Run View (Pro)
Trends Comparison (Pro)
Quick Stats

    Instellingen

  1. Is het mogelijk om mijn Smashrun URL te veranderen?
  2. Kan ik mijn standaard instelling veranderen naar kilometers in plaats van mijlen?
  3. Hoe zet ik mijn profiel op privé?
  4. Functionaliteit

  5. Heeft Smashrun een app?
  6. What are the all the different ways I can sync my data with Smashrun?
  7. How do I import GPX, TCX, FIT, or ZIP files?
  8. Hoe vul ik mijn hardloopsessies handmatig in?
  9. Hoe bewerk of wis ik een sessie?
  10. Hoe vind en volg ik vrienden?
  11. Hoe bekijk in meerdere hardloopsessies op één dag?
  12. Hoe berekent Smashrun mijn verbrande calorieën?
  13. Wat is trailing mileage?
  14. Hoe worden PR's berekend?
  15. Hoe worden de weergegevens bepaald voor elke hardloopsessie?
  16. How do you calculate elevation gain?
  17. Delen op sociale media

  18. Hoe deel ik mijn hardloopsessies op Facebook?
  19. Hoe nodig ik mijn vrienden uit om lid te worden van Smashrun?
  20. Troubleshooting en Accountproblemen

  21. What if I made a mistake during registration and ended up with multiple Smashrun accounts?
  • Is het mogelijk om mijn Smashrun URL te veranderen?

    Helaas is het niet mogelijk om je profielURL van Smashrun aan te passen. Als er echter een probleem is ontstaan tijdens registratie en het is niet mogelijk om je eigen URL te bezoeken omdat er een speciaal karakter in zit, kunnen we je helpen om dit te repareren. Stuur ons een mailtje op hi@smashrun.com.

  • Kan ik mijn standaard instelling veranderen naar kilometers in plaats van mijlen?

    Klik op 'instellingen' in het bovenste navigatiepaneel, scroll een stukje naar beneden en je ziet Afstand. Hier kan je de schakelaar omzetten naar de afstandseenheid van jouw keuze. Klik Bewaar Wijzigingen onderaan de pagina.

    Let op: om terug te gaan naar de hoofdoverzichtspagina, klik op 'mijn lopen' in het bovenste navigatiepaneel.

  • Hoe zet ik mijn profiel op privé?

    Op je Smashrun 'instellingen' pagina is een sectie voor Privacy die je de mogelijkheid geeft om verschillende informatietypes te verbergen van het openbaar publiek. Je kan zelfs Google vertellen om je pagina niet te indexeren! Vink de relevante hokjes aan en klik BEWAAR WIJZIGINGEN.

  • Heeft Smashrun een app?

    We hebben momenteel geen kortetermijnplannen voor het ontwerpen van een mobile applicatie. Momenteel werken we wel samen met enkele ontwikkelaars van bestaande running apps voor een Smashrun-integratie

    If you have an app that you’re already using and would like to see it integrated with Smashrun, you should tell us! In the meantime, stop by the App Finder to see some of the apps we've tested for data integrity.

  • Wat zijn de manieren dat ik mijn data met Smashrun kan synchroniseren?

    There are currently five ways to get your data into Smashrun. You can log each run manually, import a run using a GPX or TCX file, or import from a supported device like Garmin or TomTom.

    Because Smashrun is not invested in any one particular app or device, users can switch between multiple apps or devices and still be able to keep a complete training log as long as they can export their runs as a GPX or TCX file.

  • How do I import GPX, TCX, FIT, or ZIP files?

    On your Overview, you'll see a gear icon on the top-right, just above the 'Add Run' button. Mouse over the gear and click on the option to 'Import file'. To bulk import a bunch of GPX and TCX files. Just zip the files into an archive > mouse over the gear icon in Overview > click 'Import file'.

    If you'd like to upload an HRM file from polarpersonaltrainer.com, you will need to convert it first using http://polarconverter.com/.

    You can also import files via email by sending your GPX/TCX files to your_username@smashrunimport.com. By default, we'll whitelist the email address you're using to login to Smashrun. However, you can whitelist any email address from your settings > profile > scroll to the bottom and expand Import via email.

    Note that ZIP files cannot be imported via email.

  • Hoe vul ik mijn hardloopsessies handmatig in?

    You can click the ‘Add Run’ icon from any of the dashboards within Smashrun. It’s located on the top-right, next to the scale button.

    In order to book a manual run entry, you have to include a start time, distance, and duration. If you’re training by time and need to estimate your distance, try using the GMAP-Pedometer to estimate your distance before you go for a run!

  • Hoe bewerk of wis ik een sessie?

    You can always edit your runs from the ‘List’ page. By default, it displays your latest list of runs so you will need to use the calendar on the top-right in order to navigate to the specific month that has the run you want to edit.

    Once you’re in the correct month and year, just mouse-over the far left column (next to your run dates) to see the ‘edit’ button. Just click ‘Update’ when you’re all set.

    You can also edit a run directly from the By Run page. Just click on the pencil icon inside the toolbox, above the tags and underneath the calendar.

  • Hoe vind en volg ik vrienden?

    There’s two ways to find your friends on Smashrun: you can either find/ follow them from the Facebook ‘settings’ page within Smashrun OR you can click on the ‘Friends’ tab on the Overview page, just beneath the link for Ranks and Badges, and click on ‘Search for runners on Smashrun’.

    Following a friend will allow you to see their weekly aggregate mileage from your friends drop-down and quickly navigate to their dashboards.

    Friends appear in the order of most recent run. The intensity of the color bar indicates how many more or fewer miles/kilometers they ran than you did so far this week.

    If you need to unfollow someone, you'll need to visit their profile, mouse over their name (it'll be yellow and located just beneath the link to Overview) and click the unfollow button. That will remove them from your friends drop-down.

  • Hoe bekijk in meerdere hardloopsessies op één dag?

    If you run more than once a day, you can view the details for each run in one of two ways:

    (1) you can click on the specific run from your List page

    (2) or you can navigate in between runs for the same day within the By Run page. You'll see underneath the calendar on the top-right that there's a section for time. This will only show up if you logged more than one run for the same day.

  • Hoe berekent Smashrun mijn verbrande calorieën?

    Smashrun calculates total calories burned using a formula provided by the Compendium of Physical Activities.

    METS to Kcal/min = multiply METS x 3.5 x body weight in kg then divide by 200
    https://sites.google.com/site/compendiumofphysicalactivities/help/unit-conversions

    To do this, we have to estimate your gross oxygen consumption (VO2) for every second you run based on your speed and the grade you were running on using the following equation from the American College of Sports Medicine.

    VO2 (mL . kg-1 . min-1) = (0.2 . S) + (0.9 . S . G) + 3.5 mL. kg-1.min-1
    http://certification.acsm.org/metabolic-calcs

    Then we just convert VO2 to METs (divide VO2 by 3.5 ml/min/kg). In effect, we're calculating your total calories burned from the bottom up. Of course, it would be way off if you don't enter your true weight since VO2 is measured in ml/kg of body weight.

  • Wat is trailing mileage?

    Trailing mileage is your total miles or kilometers on a rolling basis. For example, the last point on your trailing 7-day chart will show your total miles or kilometers for that day plus 6 days back for a total of 7 days.

    For more details, check out the release notes for trailing mileage charts: "Trailing miles and weekly running reports"

  • Hoe worden PR's berekend?

    Smashrun takes the fastest run you've ever had within 1km or 1mi of one of the benchmark distances that we track, and then interpolates the PR to the benchmark distance. The thought is that a PR is a run for a set distance there and back.

    If you run 2km, the first kilometer up a hill and the second kilometer back down the hill, then the kilometer back down isn’t counted as a PR. Of course, you can game the system by only doing the downhill portion of a hill or stopping at the exact distance (like 1km or 1mi) of a flat run.

    Currently the PR distances include: 1mi, 3km, 5km, 4mi, 5mi, 10km, 15km, 10mi, 20km, 13.1mi, 40km, 26.2mi, 50km, 100km. If your unit of measurement is set to kilometer, you would see the most common race distances in Europe. If your unit of measurement is set to miles, you would see the most common race distances in the U.S.

    If you're a Smashrun Pro user, you'll also see your best segments within any given run when you view the Pro Map. So, for example, if you ran a 10k, you'll see the fastest 250m, 400m, 1k, 1mi, 2mi, 5k, etc. within that run.

  • Hoe worden de weergegevens bepaald voor elke hardloopsessie?

    Smashrun looks at the midpoint of the run, searches for the nearest hourly time to the midpoint, and uses the weather values nearest to that. Data accuracy is dependent on the service provider, but you can view their respective sources on DarkSky.net.

  • How do you calculate elevation gain?

    There is no standard calculation for elevation gain. The reason is that you may be running on relatively flat ground, but every recording may be up or down a foot or two. If you perform the calculation by adding every increase you'll end up with a really large number, so the trick is disregarding some amount of data, but no more than is necessary.

    Most running sites (aside from TrainingPeaks) uses an averaging factor to smooth the data first, combined with a cut-off to disregard any data below a threshold. The results are actually rather inaccurate. So, instead of trying to match numbers that weren't very good in the first place, we decided to focus on getting it as close to "right" as possible.

    The method we've adopted is similar to TrainingPeaks, which uses a line simplification algorithm with a resolution of about 10 meters. From that, we calculate the elevation gained. In theory, this should be much more accurate than the smoothing, because smoothing shaves off the peaks of hills.

  • Delen op sociale media

  • Hoe deel ik mijn hardloopsessies op Facebook?

    You can manually share a run on Facebook by clicking on the share icon within the By Run page. In addition, as long as it's not your first run and it's not a manual entry, you'll also be prompted after adding a run whether or not you'd like to post it on Facebook. You can turn off the prompt by clicking on 'Don't show again' and choosing 'Never ask to share runs' or only show the prompt if it's a new run or a great run.

    Choose the image you'd like to share and highlight a metric you care most about. Any data that's not available for that particular run will be grayed out from your list of 'important stat' options. Click the Facebook button to generate the image and, when it's ready, you can add a comment to your Facebook post before sharing.

    You can learn more about your sharing options by reading our blog post on 3 new ways to share your runs.

  • Hoe nodig ik mijn vrienden uit om lid te worden van Smashrun?

    Every user has a unique invite page that's already been set up. To view your invite options, click on ‘INVITE', which is the last link on the sub-heading. You can either send an email, share the link to your invite page, or post your invite to Facebook. Too easy! And you can earn badges for it!

  • Troubleshooting en Accountproblemen

  • What if I made a mistake during registration and ended up with multiple Smashrun accounts?

    Log in to the duplicate account > go to settings > account > and deactivate the dupe. If you can't log in for some reason, email us.