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MrJeJo
Neuling
Posts: 2
Joined: Fri 6. Jul 2018, 09:34

No VO2Max value

Fri 6. Jul 2018, 09:42

Hi,
I registered myself at Runalyze recently, requested a dataset export at Garmin and all my activities are imported in my profile now. One thing I noticed is that my VO2Max value is 0. There's a message:
"There are no current activities with an estimated VO2max value."
"VO2max can only be estimated for runs with heart rate data."

This is strange because all my activities (450+) have heart rate data. What could be the problem here? Does it need more time to calculate? Do I need to enable some setting? Or has the import failed in some way?

Regards,
MrJeJo
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MrJeJo
Neuling
Posts: 2
Joined: Fri 6. Jul 2018, 09:34

Re: No VO2Max value

Fri 6. Jul 2018, 09:46

Same problem for the prognosis panel:
"Prognoses can't be calculated."
"There are not enough results for good predictions."
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laufhannes
Core developer
Posts: 678
Joined: Mon 29. Jul 2013, 20:59

Re: No VO2Max value

Fri 6. Jul 2018, 10:25

I just triggered 'Database cleanup -> Recalculate VO2max shape' for you. Don't know why this did not happen automatically for you, but now you have a VO2max value.

MrJeJo wrote:"There are not enough results for good predictions."
That message will stay until you have a race result for one of the selected distances (currently 1000m, 3000m, 5k, 10k, 21.1k, 42.2k - the distance must match exactly). Such a result is required to calculate your correction factor. Having a well calibrated correction factor is essential for getting reliable race prognoses.
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