Flat Pace integrates now a race calculator which computes the pace knowing the power. It is displayed just after the ‘pace vs power’ curve and permits to estimate the expected time for the standard races using the mean running power as input (or the power from Stryd’s race calculator). More about: Viewing the pace associated to the power. Click here to see an example.
Flat Pace Graph Power/Pace No data Calculator Power/Pace power: watt speed: pace: 5k: 10k: semi-marathon: marathon: Heart Rate for a power maintained during 4 Minutes The average heart rate for an effort at a given power hold during 4 minutes is displayed in the following chart. The average power variation is taken into account by the model. In the case of a regular rhythm, it is close to zero, in the instar, during an interval training it can be up to 50w. Graph Power/HR No data power variance: +⁄− watt Calculator Power/HR power: watt power variance:+⁄− watt heart rate:--- ppm