Tracking statistics on HeiaHeia

Step back and take a look at the big picture to see how you’re coming on. With HeiaHeia stats you can track progress and get a summary of your activities by sport.

Check the vertical menu in the web version home view for:

  • Stats: a long-run view and summary of your sports and activities including your top 5 activities for the year, your training log and previous years (“All time”) broken down to exercises and hours, your average mood and top entries. Choose any sport containing a kilometer entry to view total distance on a cumulative curve. You can also track your weight log on a separate timeline.
  • Training log: a shorter timeline of your activities in times exercised or hours. You can filter training data by year or activity. Your training log timeline also shows your current training programs and scheduled activities you can generate by making an entry for a future date.
  • Tip! You can single out a sport or explore a wellness category by clicking on All sports in Stats. It opens a window for refining your search by activity or tag. Don’t forget to click Apply!

Downloading your data from HeiaHeia for deeper analysis

  • In case our stats are not comprehensive enough to suit your needs, you can always use your own software for in-depth trend analysis.
  • You can export all your HeiaHeia data on your computer in a .zip archive and then edit and analyze your training data as CSV files using your statistical software.
  • Instructions: Go to your Account > Settings> Click on Export my data (at the bottom of the Settings page). It will take a few minutes for the data to process.
  • Tip! Depending on your software and settings, formatting may be lost in the process. Excel may lose line breaks and columns, so we recommend Google Docs and LibreOffice for a smooth and fuss-free transfer.

Using tags to enhance stats 

  • Tagging your entries allows you to filter data and refine searches, to separate your light workouts from the more intense ones, for example. Or you can tag your running routes to compare performance and progress.
  • Tags are useful when analyzing training stats. Aptly labeling your activities allows you to filter and analyze your training stats by tag. In addition to tracking progress on a certain running route, you can tag your training partners, track the use of your bicycle(s), different pairs of running shoes, and so forth.
  • Note! You can’t delete tags, so take a moment to pick the most useful and appropriate ones.

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