An attractive dial to provide detailed data on your step length while running.
You must have "Running Dynamics" to use this dial. EG: A Garmin Footpod or Garmin HR-Run strap.
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In free mode, this is an attractive dial display of your running step length.
Upgrade to add full configurability of the dial range, zones used, a highlighted goal, all colours and detailed statistics so that you can review your performance and improve your training.
Use a comma separated string of values. You can also use "z" followed by a zone number to reference zone values:
You can also use "p" followed by a proportion to reference a position on your dial.
Step lengths are measured in metres so 1.07,1.15 sets a target zone from 1.07metres to 1.15metres.
The lowest value is used for the dial minimum, the highest value is used for the dial maximum. If you supply only a single value, the dial will range from zero to that value.
The lowest value is used for the goal minimum, the highest value is used for the goal maximum. If you supply only a single value, the dial will range up from that value with no maximum.
Set up to 5 zones as a comma separated list. The list is sorted by size so that the smallest value is the base of the lowest zone and the biggest value is the top of the highest zone. You need 1 + n values to specify n zones.
NB: Please use explicit values for setting zones as using "z[zone]" may give unexpected results.
Statistics options are specified in settings by choosing a statistic set from the "Zone stats to store" list. You can also entirely disable stats storage for this field by selecting "Stats disabled".
Where a target range has been set, you can track up to two values out of "below target range" (Lo), "inside target range" (Ok) and "above target range" (High). These values are stored on a per lap basis as well as an entire activity basis. In addition, the targets in use will be stored (device memory permitting) for later reference.
Zone statistics store %age time in each zone on a per lap basis as well as an entire activity basis.