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Analysis to help you beat your best

STRIDESENSE offers metric-based data that no other wearable on the market can offer.

Where current fitness trackers can only offer data taken from your feet or wrists, STRIDESENSE tracks your entire stride as you run, giving you access to running data you can't get anywhere else.

By taking data straight from your leg movement, STRIDESENSE offers a wide range of unique running metrics. Our technology helps you to be more efficient in your running style and improve your technique, providing you with detailed feedback, guidance and advice to help you be the best you can be.

Unlike other tracking devices, we won’t just throw unexplained data at you. Instead, our app is clear and explains each metric detail to you, telling you what it means and measures, and how you exactly use the information to better your overall performance.

By working to improve on each of these metrics, you’ll be able to run faster, over longer distance, and reduce your risk of injury. In short, STRIDESENSE helps you to beat your best

Metrics we measure

The standard measured metrics of running, such as distance, speed, time, etc.

These are the metrics most commonly found on traditional fitness trackers and are important for both reaching goals and monitoring your progression, including speed, split times, distance, time, and calories burnt.
This depends on your performance, ability, and targets. Whether you’re trying to lower your 5K time or run your marathon, you set the bar.

The number of steps you take per minute, measured in strides per minute.

While your cadence will vary at different speeds, the higher your cadence, the less time your foot is in contact with the ground, meaning there is less pressure on your feet and knees.

Typically, between 160 and 190 steps per minute are considered a good score. To achieve this, aim for 180spm

The duration at which your foot is in contact with the ground, measured in milliseconds.

When your foot is in contact with the ground, you’re not moving forward but breaking. Therefore, the more time you are airborne, the faster you run.

You want to keep your GCT number as low as possible. Most runners have a ground contact time of 160-300 milliseconds, with top athletes are typically under 200 milliseconds.

Your vertical oscillation – the vertical movement during your run, measured in centimetres.

Most runners have a high bounce, which wastes a lot of energy – energy better saved for propelling yourself forwards, not upwards.

You should aim for an optimal bounce score of 5% of your body height or lower. Simply add your height to the STRIDESENSE app to generate your optimal target score.

The length between each step you take, measured in centimetres.

Your running speed is a combination of both your step length and your cadence, with the optimal ratio between the two to get maximum speed differing for every runner.

Taking longer steps will create overstriding, while shorter steps create understriding. Aim for the sweet spot in between the two.

The rotation and tilt of your pelvic bone during running, measured in degrees.

Measuring your pelvic rotation and tilt monitors potential common traits of over-rotating and over-tilting, which are known to cause overstriding.

For a more efficient running style, you should be aiming for 10 degrees of rotation or less for both your pelvic rotation and tilt.

The angle of your lower-leg on-ground impact, measured in degrees.

Overstriding influences many metrics, including foot-strike and GCT, and affects your braking too.

You should aim for your lower leg to be perpendicular to the ground, which is zero degrees on the STRIDESENSE app. Somewhere between -5 and +5 is a great score to be regularly aiming for.

The symmetry in your left and right side as you run, measured as a percentage.

Symmetry is important for both efficiency and injury prevention – with a big cause of long term injuries is through compensating for asymmetries.

The STRIDESENSE app highlights big differences between the right and left side, working to reduce this difference. We recommend aiming for a stable score of 90% or over.

The height of your knees during the extension phase of the stride. This is not measured but shown in-app as an area to aim for.

STRIDESENSE can help you monitor how high your knees are to ensure you’re not under or over elevating.

There is no scoring for your knee elevation. Instead, the app simply provides zones for you to target by displaying your movement and highlighting the zones to aim for.

How high your heel is at the end stage of your stride. This is shown in-app as an area to aim for.

Having a good kick back helps to improve your overall efficiency – much like your knee elevation.

There is no scoring for your kickback. Instead, the app simply provides zones for you to target by displaying your movement and highlighting the zones to aim for.

Keep track of your footwear and get insights on how they affect your overall performance.

The STRIDESENSE app offers a wardrobe-style feature to help you monitor the impact of your choice of footwear on your runs, allowing you to track your mileage in each pair and monitor when a replacement is due.

There is no score for this metric, however, the direct comparison feature in-app allows you to measure which footwear works best for you in your performances.