Leading Edge Bike Power Training

Leading edge bike power training with SelfLoops.

 The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed

A data driven approach: Data collected include heart rate, cadence, bike power, speed, distance and more.

Personalized: Log in before the session and the SelfLoops cloud ensures a personalized training experience.

Post workout analysis: At the end of the session, data are automatically uploaded in the SelfLoop website, ready to be visualized and analyzed.

Coaching your athletes: As a coach you can manage the users, visualize their performance and give feedback thanks to our team management platform.

 

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100 Miles of Nowhere with the Selfloops telemetry

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The 100 Miles of Nowhere is a unique event in South Africa. It is an indoor cycling challenge where participants have to complete 100 Miles = 160km on a stationary bike. An arduous task that takes from 4hrs to 6hrs to complete. The event is hosted by Cadence Cycle studios powered by Selfloops.

For the event, Selfloops has enabled the real-time telemetry across the 6 different locations involved in the event.

This means it will be possible to follow the event live from anywhere around the world using just a browser.

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Group Fitness at Rimini Wellness 2016

Spinning® at Rimini Wellness 2016 with Selfloops Group Fitness.

The Selfloops Group Fitness service is a great tool to make people aware of their fitness performance and to train more effectively when real-time intensity feedback is given.
With this service, coaches can monitor their class and train people according to their fitness intensity zones.

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Running with Power with Selfloops and Stryd

We have just received the Stryd device, the first device to measure running power.

Stryd works well with our Selfloops Android app and website for data analysis. Stryd measures your  heart rate and running power, with more running dynamic metrics to come.

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To connect the device with the Selfloops app you should choose the ANT+ heart rate and the bike power profiles on the Sensors menu.

After the workout you can upload it on Selfloops for an advanced analysis of your run.

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And soon you will be able to export your sessions to Selfloops from Stryd Connect.

 

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We want to offer you the leading edge tech to track, measure and analyze your sport activities.

Happy running!

Announcing Moxy support

We are happy to announce that we have included the support for Moxy.

Moxy is an innovative device that uses infrared light to continuously monitor oxygen saturation (SmO₂) levels in the muscles of athletes while they exercise.
Oxygen is the fuel that drives the muscle, and Muscle Oxygen levels are constantly changing.
Moxy is used to assess athletes, guide their training, and hone their performance during competition. It helps identify optimal training intensity zones and provides feedback on the physiologic systems limiting performance.

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Now with SelfLoops you can analyze how the Total Hemoglobin Concentration (THb measured in g/dL) and the Percentage of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen (Smo2 %) vary while exercising.

These are additional metrics that can be used to evaluate and measure your trainings.

Since Moxy conforms to the ANT+ Muscle Oxygen profile, we have added this profile to our indoor bike power training service. Basically, train with our app, automatically upload your data on SelfLoops and get all the analysis on your workout, including THb and and Smo2, on the SelfLoops website.

You can only improve what you measure!

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SelfLoops featured in La Bicicletta magazine

SelfLoops is featured in La Bicicletta magazine, March issue, in an article about software and services that are used to track and analyze performance.

A nice article that shows how important these tools are to improve performance and how easy is to access and use them nowadays. They are and will be a fundamental toolset for athletes, pros and amateurs.

You can only improve what you measure!

 

 

Julián Sanz Ultra Cycling Rider uses SelfLoops

Julián Sanz is an ultra cycling rider from Spain. He rides with his bike an incredible amount of kilometers in a row. He is currently training for the famous RAAM (Race Across America). He uses the SelfLoops telemetry to allow the support car behind him to follow his conditions in real-time during the ride. SelfLoops is also there to analyze his rides afterward. You can only improve what you measure!

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