You can now export rowing sessions recorded with our Apps to the TCX file format from the session detail screen in Analytics. Compared to GPX, the TCX file format is more detailed and features heartrate and strokerate information (stored as cadence) for every recorded GPS position. Using this additional information, third party trainings logbooks such as
We’ve just published an update to our Android App to version 1.0.1. This update contains the following fixes and improvements: * New, completely rewritten guide to help giving you a better experience using the App. Check it out online here. * Fixed problems running the App in Flight Mode * Allow installing the App on SD
With Analytics we want to enable you to track how your rowing technique changes over time as you are working on it. For this purpose, Analytics now supports saving and comparing typical stroke analysis. To save a typical stroke analysis for later comparison, navigate to a recorded rowing session and create a typical stroke analysis
A lot has changed since we released Rowing in Motion more than a year ago. Athletes and Coaches all over the world have started using the App to improve their rowing and coaching and have provided us with valuable feedback that led to the development of our Analytics online platform for analyzing and sharing recorded
You can now review stroke metrics for typical strokes analysis in Analytics. The metrics are defined the same way as in the App and are calculated from the typical stroke pattern that is the result of the typical stroke analysis. The table will automatically expand and adds a row for each analyzed section in a
If you’re keeping a training diary in a third party application, we just added a cool new feature for you to allow you to export your rowing sessions to a fitness tracker applications. When you go to the details of a rowing session, you will now find a button that allows you to download a
Version 1.0 of the Boat App for Android is finally available on Google Play for free download. As detailed previously (see our announcement here), you need to have an Analytics account with an active subscription to use the App. Starting today (14th November 2013), existing Analytics user accounts have been enrolled in a 60 day
The latest version of Rowing in Motion (available to beta testers today) integrates the typical stroke features similar to those implemented in the iOS version of the App. A typical stroke is calculated from blocks of 5 consecutive strokes and allows rowers to compare their current stroke against this average derived from previous strokes. The
Did you know that the international rowing association records speed and strokerate data for all races on World Rowing Cup regattas as well as the World Rowing Championships? FISA seems to be using a proprietary rowing telemetry system that has been exclusively developed to provide live information to TV broadcasts. The system used at these
We’re happy to announce the winners of our Rowing in Motion Kilometer Challenge that we ran from 1st July to 1st October. Our 11 participants submitted a total of 951km in 91 recorded rowing sessions! Just to give you a quick recap of the rules, each user could submit their rowing sessions recorded during the
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