Power Tool et Power Based Workouts for Runner now log the power in the .FIT file. This eliminates the need to install also the Stryd’s data field to visualize the data after the race. This provides a bit more flexibility over Garmin watches as they limit often to two the number of Connect IQ fields. But, it also allows to visualize the power on the watch during the race without sharing the session with Power Center. We can find this idea a little absurd, but for my part, I don’t want my trail runs to be analyzed by Stryd algorithms (auto-CP and power curve). The solution until was to manually delete or exclude the sessions on Power Center. Now it is simply possible not to download them. The platforms which permit the power analysis without Stryd’s native data field: Garmin Connect Final Surge Nolio Restrictions:
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.