Public Activity Viewer Stats
When viewing a Public Activity Viewer, you'll see a chart of Stats displayed. See below for further explanation of these Stats:
Total Time: Elapsed time of entire activity or selection
Moving Time: Elapsed time of entire activity or selection without stops or pauses
Distance: Total traveled distance based of activity data. To learn how to change your units of measurement, click here.
Energy: Total energy, in kilojoules, expended for entire workout file
TSS: Training Stress Score(tm) points is a composite number that takes into account the duration and intensity of a workout to arrive at a single estimate of the overall training load and physiological stress created by that training session. The Intensity Factor(IF) is noted in brackets next to the TSS. To learn more about TSS and IF click here.
NP: Normalized Power(tm) is an estimate of the power that you could have maintained for the same physiological "cost" if your power had been perfectly constant, such as on an ergometer, instead of variable power output. NP is used to calculate TSS.
VI: Variability index is normalized power divided by average power.
Pw:HR: The ratio of Power and Heart Rate as a measure of decoupling.
Pa:HR: The ratio of Pace and Heart Rate as a measure of decoupling. To learn more about Pw:HR, Pa:HR and decoupling click here.
EF: Efficiency Factor is the difference between normalized power (cycling) or normalized pace (running) and average heart rate for the workout
Gain: The total elevation gain in feet or meters during the workout
Loss: The total elevation loss in feet or meters during the workout
Grade: The difference between the distance traveled vertically and horizontally expressed as a percentage
VAM: Velocity Ascended in Meters /hr. Often used to measure how fast you were climbing a particular hill, and can be analyzed for any segment within a workout. Elevation and speed are needed to calculate
W/Kg: Watts of power produced per kg of body weight
Power (Watts): An International System unit of power equal to one joule per second.
Speed (mph or kph): Distance traveled divided by the time of travel
Pace (min/mi or min/k): Speed divided by distance traveled
HR (bpm): The number of heartbeats per minute
Cadence (rpm): The number of pedal, foot strides, or strokes per minute
Elev (ft or k): The height above sea level
Temp (F or C): The degree of hotness or coldness of the environment