Key Metrics Overview
Here are some common metrics definitions to get you started.
Split: A speed metric, measured by how much time it takes you to row 500m. The lower your split time, the faster you’re rowing. Split times serve as a good benchmark to measure your pace and improvement over time (you can think of it as “running an X-minute mile” and trying to lower that as you improve).
- Current split: the speed you’re rowing at any given moment.
- Average split: the average speed you rowed throughout the duration of your workout.
- Best split: your fastest split time hit during a workout.
Intensity Zones: Intensity Zones represent your effort relative to your output. They reflect your speed, as well as your endurance, at 4 levels of intensity: Paddle, Steady, Race, and Sprint. Intensity zones are defined as ranges of split times, and are personalized to you.
SPM (Strokes Per Minute): A cadence metric, measured by the number of strokes you take per minute.
BPM (Beats Per Minute): A measurement of your heart rate. This metric will only populate if you have a heart rate monitor connected.
Calories: the amount of energy your body expends during the course of a workout, measured in Calories (or kCal)
Power: the per-second output of your effort, measured in Watts.