larkim wrote: ↑Fri 14. Jun 2019, 16:53So to get a perfect score for long runs, I'd need to do 1 or more runs of at least 13km accumulating to 30km (based on my VO2Max) over a 7 day period to max out the weekly score, and do that over a 70 day period to max out the score overall - and this would comprise 33% of the total score.
I managed to "reconcile" to the target KM per week. I just ran an average over the last 26 weeks and was very close.Each long run gets its own rating. For a target of 30 km, a 30 km gets exactly 1.0 points - weighted on it's date (i.e. 2.0 points if it's today and 0.0 points if its just out of the specified period). There is no averaging or anything like that. Those points are just accumulated.
The score for a 25k run (or a 35k run) depends on the minimal distance from above. For a minimal distance of 13k, a 13k run gives 0.0 points and the distance range from 13k to 30k scales exponentially to 1.0. Setting the minimal distance up to e.g. 20k increases the 'gradient' and causes a 35k run to get a much higher score than with a minimal distance of 13k.
keithsherman wrote: ↑Wed 15. Apr 2020, 08:05My minimum is 13km and I ran a 13km yesterday thinking that would start to bump up that side of the equation. But no.
My window shows - Target long run (10 weeks) 29 done by 0% (0 points) x0.33.
My run yesterday was 13.5. Am I right in saying that this is then calculated as (13.5- 13.0) / (29 - 13), so 0.5/16 = .03125 ?? And any score that is less than 0.2 is ignored. If I had run 16.2 km, then that would be 3.2 / 16 =0.2 ?
Also did not realise that the target values were based on the current evaluated VO2max. Does that mean that the targets will move over time?
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