Heart Rate is the number of heartbeats per minute (bpm). Heart rate varies depending on your activity, from vigorous exercise to sleep. If you know and monitor your heart rate, you get maximum efficiency from your workouts.
Maximum, safe heart rates vary greatly in people based on age and gender. And there are many formulas you can use to calculate what those rates might be. The graph above shows Heart Rate Zone data from your last workout.
There were no heart rate zones for this workout.
Pace is how fast you're moving over the ground. If your Heart Rate Zone is about what's going on internally, your Pace Zone is about what's going on externally as you run. Together, it's the picture you need to know your body and meet your goals.
There are many Pace Zones you should target as you run, all with different intensities. It's a simple tool you can use for great results. The graph above shows Pace Zone data from your last workout.
Elite cyclists train with Power Zones. Like runners use Pace Zones, cyclists use different intensity zones to measure and manage their physical output, the force and torque applied to the pedals, and how they hit the all-important anaerobic threshold. On a bicycle, your velocity is affected by gravity, wind resistance, inertia, rolling resistance. Power Zones are a simple tool you can use for great results. The graph above shows data from your last workout.