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RE: Come on...

Tracking MarathonMan wrote:

[quote]DMulvee wrote:

[quote]Investigator wrote:

My histograms from earlier were wrong I think - the software had a bug when switching between metric/US units.

These look accurate for his Strava data:

http://imgur.com/a/XbCzD
http://imgur.com/a/qenoz

I was curious for a comparison, and while I'm no Rob Young, I thought I'd use my own data:

http://imgur.com/dcpRsUS

This is a couple years worth of run data I think, should include a marathon training cycle or two, triathlon phases, an ultra. I am a mid-17, 36, 1:22, 2:56 PR guy (yes, typical hobby jogger) and this included a variety of long slogs, steady runs, races, tempos, track workouts.

Really looks like Rob Young has another modality of transportation prior to 6/12 that would do me wonders in my training ;) Was thinking I could scrape some pro-runner's Strava and do a comparison to Rob Young, any suggestions?


Could you have the same x axis for both the pre and post Laz arrival? This way the change in speed would appear more dramatic at a first glance[/quote]

These are great. If it isn't too hard I'd use miles rather than minutes for the vertical axis - seems like that would more correctly reflect the distribution of pace as he worked across the country. E.g. 40 minutes at 20:00 pace followed by 20 minutes at 5:00 pace is actually covers 2/3 of the mileage at the faster pace (despite only spending 1/3 of the time at that pace).[/quote]

Fixed x-axis: http://imgur.com/a/55Gko

Sorry can't do miles I don't think.

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