You have been there. You had a heck of a run, and the GPS map you get afterwords just doesn’t do it justice.
It’s just a static map.
The most poignant example in my mind is my run from Ironman Boulder. It’s probably the hardest, most gratifying run I’ve ever done, but the GPS map is pretty lame.
Now I’m in luck because we just released a pretty cool new feature called Stryd Storyline.
I look at my storyline from Ironman Boulder and wince when the camera pans over sections that had no shade (it was 95 degrees that day).
And I feel a rush of adrenaline when I see my increased power output in the last 2 miles of the race. Whether it’s patting yourself on the back for a job well done, doing a little bragging, or seeing where exactly you found another gear, Stryd Storyline will serve as a powerful way for you to re-experience your run.
Here’s an even cooler Storyline: Joe Gray’s Fastest Known Time up Mt. Antero. This was one of the most impressive running performances I've ever seen.
It’s a little easier to understand just how absurdly good of athlete Joe is after watching that clip. He literally runs up the side of a mountain while pushing 300+ watts!
While we can’t all be 5-time world champions in trail and mountain running like Joe, we can keep improving our running.
Now it is time to show your friends and family where you are putting in all of those miles. Share your latest breakthrough workout or race on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #strydstoryline.
- Visit the App Store on your iPhone and ensure your Stryd Mobile app is up-to-date
- Open up the Stryd Mobile app
- Select the run you want to share
- Tap the 'Storyline' button at the top of your screen
- Enjoy the replay of your run :-)
- Tap 'Share' and be patient as your Storyline is created
- After the Storyline is created, share it on the social platform of your choice
Great work! You have just created your first Storyline.