Stryd learns what kind of runner you are and adapts to your ever improving
fitness to prescribe run training that is personalized and specific to your
skill set. You receive sweet spot run training guidance that will train you to
improve your performance and continually build on those ga...
Auto calculate doesn’t seem to be working
I have auto calculate enabled, but my critical power doesn’t appear to be recalculating. I have the same number from the day I enabled it, which is fine, but it says it hasn’t updated since then either. If it is auto calculating and getting the same crit power number that’s fine, but I’d like to see that it is actually incorporating my latest runs.
Transformed this old man’s running
At 54, I needed a new approach to maintaining my zeal for middle-distance running beyond pace and HR Zones. Stryd’s power based approach has completely re-energized me. One number encompassing total output has optimized my training across short, long, interval, hill, and other runs. A fantastic Apple Watch app, iPhone app, and incredibly responsive customer service, make Stryd a must have for any runner. But wait... there’s more. Two weeks of battery life between charges! The new Stryd also takes wind resistance into account when running, whether the wind’s at your back or blowing into your face. Amazing and useful tech.
Nice configurability, but Training Peaks integration needs work
Very reliable and tracks great metrics especially in PowerCenter. I would really like to use the TrainingPeaks integration, but the sounds integration is way too limited on the Apple Watch. You get quiet dings and haptic alerts, but no voice commands so it’s impossible to tell if you have finished an interval or are over or under a targeted power setting. You end up missing when a new lap starts and there is no way you can be looking at your watch constantly especially if running sprints. I would rate the app 5 stars if good audible feedback was provided. The app should have some settings to be able to define the types of sounds and when they occur.
Like Riding a Bike
I have been a runner since childhood, but have spent most of my adult training riding bikes. I always used power due to the lag of heart rate and the failure if it to take elevation, wind, and other factors into consideration. Training with power is the only way to ensure your training correctly on the bike a and why should rubbing be any different? Stryd works great for generating a power number to train to and makes treadmill running more accurate than ever. I’m enjoying in so much this winter than I have hardly touched the bike. Stryd is making me stronger by the week.
App not working as expected
I have several problems with the last updated version and the Apple Watch. The interval countdown on the workouts usually freeze and have to change screens back and forth to get working again!!. This is a serious issue when you are monitoring your time! Also, the feature list mentions new audio cues to know if you are in the power zone or below/above and when the interval ends but that doesn’t work. I have to watch every time to get that information. Please fix these issues since is almost unusable for me and have to use other third party apps.
Great product with great potential but behind on the software
Don’t get me wrong, I do not regret buying a Stryd pod. It’s a great approach for injury-free running. However, the product lacks its potential with the Apple Watch app. In this app you can download workout (from trainingpeak) but there is no audio cues, while on the iPhone app, it is all the opposite. So it is useless in comparison to iSmoothRun... that I use while I would prefer only use stryd to compile all my data... Please make the audio cues available ASAP!!!
One of the best running apps for the Apple Watch. There’s small things id change(alerts more prominent, changing the week to start on Monday instead of rolling, build workouts in app instead of training peaks, etc) but overall it’s a good app trending in the right direction. Makes the Apple Watch much more of a Runner’s Watch.
App terrible, product good
You guys have figured out a way to make the information the device gathered very hard to see. Why can’t the graph be my whole screen? Why do I have to see the map so big? I have google maps and I know my neighbourhood, I don’t need another app for that. It’s a huge waste of real estate. I got Stryd to look at my workout data, please make that a priority. The web site is great. Solves all of the shortcomings of the app.
Stryd’s ability to track a run exceeds GPS tracking, in addition to vital metrics needed for running improvements. Something that I’ve not seen mentioned is Stryd’s protein suggestion. I struggle at getting enough protein in my diet and I thought it interesting that Stryd assessed one of my fatigue areas to be protein deficient.
Good, could be great
Recording functionality on my XR is flaky at best—runs auto-cancel if the pod loses connectivity and don’t restart automatically, meaning I can’t trust this app as my only data source (I don’t have a Stryd compatible watch). Import functionality is great though and the metrics/analytics are very cool
Penomenal app and device
I’ve been training with Stryd for a year now. I used to run 15-20k per week; I now run 50-60. My race times improved tremendously: Went from 50th percentile to 25th. Stryd is especially helpful if you run in wind or on hills. Highly recommend the whole system.
The latest release app is keep on crashing
I am only a Stryd Live user and the only purpose of this app is to update it and check on battery kevel. Hence, as a start this app is very very very basic. Further, the one day old latest app release is keep on crashing and can’t be open. Stryd is known to be accurate and expensive footpod for a Stryd Live user as myself. It’s kinda worth it but again no additional features for the Stryd Live and the latest app released make it worse.
Wish I owned one of these 20 years ago!
The STRYD power meter has gasified my runs and energized me to get out the door. I may not be able to put in the distance or speed that I once did, but STRYD helps manage the workloads. Thanks!
Worked great until watchOS 6
As of watchOS 6, workouts are semi broken. When you start the workout, the screen is partially obscured by the text “get ready” for the whole workout. The workout still works, but you can’t see your current power.
Auto Critical Power Updates
It’s great that the new version updates critical power without testing. Love that! But I’m really missing the daily insights that the app produced in the last version. Are these gone for good?
Yes. Stryd is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 96 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.4/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Stryd Is 31.0/100.
Yes. Stryd is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 96 Stryd User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Stryd Is 31.0/100.
Stryd works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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