By Jason Dougherty, Athletes’ Performance
Using any miCoach device, you can recognize and achieve your running potential. One way that miCoach helps you evaluate your running potential and progress is with the run score. Your run score allows you to track your running progress, compare your performance with others, and predict race performance.
To get your run score, take a free run. The result of your free run is then assigned a run score on a scale of 0 to 1000. A score of 0 is equivalent to a walking pace and a score of 1000 is equivalent to a world record pace. Based on your achieved run score, miCoach provides you with predicted race times for 5K, 10K, half marathon, and marathon paces.
Throughout your training, take free runs to re-evaluate and update your run score. An increase in your run score is an indication of an improvement in your fitness level and predicted race performance.
Are you ready to race? Take a free run, select your running training plan, and see where miCoach takes you.
Run Score is already available on Android and is coming soon to iOS platforms. For more details on how the Run Score works, check out this Guide.