HeartCloud offers extensive tools that let you do more with the workout and fitness functionality of your Apple Watch. View performance metrics for individual workout sessions, track workout-to-workout performance trends, and richly visualize, organize, compare, and search your entire workout history.
HeartCloud's data scientists have implemented algorithms to show not only the route taken during a workout, but a variety of metrics, moment-by-monent during the route. Color-coded paths are overlayed on topographical maps and satellite images showing your route along with speed, heart rate, or heart rate zone. How far into your run did it take to get your heart rate above 120 bpm? Where on your run did you enter HR Zone 3? You can visually compare today's map with one from the past, to see changes over time.
With HeartCloud, your perspectives on your workout are expanded with data to establish your personalized health context. You can compare data across different scenarios: how many weeks after that bout of bronchitis did it take to fully recover and get back to the same times and cardiac performance values? What happened to your performance when a medication dose was changed? Now these questions can be addressed, giving you the information you need to make informed choices.
Performance metrics for these workout types include not only time and distance measures coupled with heart rate, but also include location-based data (how was my speed going up that hill today vs a month ago? how was my pace in the valley vs running along that ridge?) and hyper-localized weather data (how was my speed influenced by high temperatures and humidity that day?).
HeartCloud pulls together performance data with health physiology during each swim workout. Lap-by-lap time, stroke count, and distance are augmented with heart rate data for each lap, so you can see how you're performing along with how your heart is handling the workload.