All the traditional parameters are available: speed zone, accelerations, HR. Moreover, you can take advantage of the energy approach, which consists in calculating the metabolic power from the running energy cost (estimated) and the speed (measured), assuming that accelerated/decelerated running on flat terrain is biomechanically equivalent to uphill/downhill running at a constant speed.
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Total Distance, Average Speed, Max Speed, Speed Zones, Acceleration Zones, Max Accelerations, Max Deceleration, Deceleration Zones, Walk Time/ Distance, Run Time/ Distance.
Active Muscle Load, Average Active Muscle Power,
Running direction, Jumps, Impacts, Dives
Total Energy, Equivalent Distance, Equivalent Distance Index, Average VO2, Average Power, Max Power, Anaerobic Energy, Anaerobic Index, Walk Time Energy, Run Time Energy, Power Zones.
Average Heart Rate, Heart Rate Zones, Max Heart Rate, Edwards TL.
Sat HDOP, Sat SNR, Sat Number.
High intensity /recovery
Power Events, Power Events Average Time, Power Events Average Power, Recovery Average Time,
Recovery Average Power.
Time Course Analysis
Speed, Distance, Speed Events, Acceleration, Acceleration Events, Deceleration Events, Heart Rate, Heart Rate Reserve %, Raw Speed, Metabolic Power, Metabolic Power Events, VO2, Mechanical Power, Muscle Power, Course, Heading, Direction, Jumps, Impacts, Dives, Sat HDOP, Sat SNR, Sat Satellites.
analyse impacts and jumps through specific parameters
gpexe, through IMU data, detects all the impact, categorised by customisable intensity zones.
gpexe is also developing an algorithm based on machine learning techniques to detect the type of impact.
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2. METABOLIC POWER
How to obtain an individual metabolic power profile (MPP) by considering a specific time period of normal training sessions?
metabolic power events
BALANCE WORK & RECOVERY
Our Metabolic Power Event (MPE) metric takes the anaerobic effort into account and provides you with a clear idea of the high-energy demand volume. It considers all the activities requiring energy from anaerobic sources, i.e. accelerations, sprints and changes of direction.
MPEs are much more informative than accelerations alone and gives a clear picture of the balance between work and recovery, as well as the decreasing of intensity.
Research & education
The gpexe academy includes all the research and education activities related to the technological and scientific aspects of the gpexe system, with a main focus on the performance analysis model. The gpexe academy is directed by Prof. Pietro Enrico di Prampero and it involves the team, the partners – like Universities – and the gpexe users.
In the web app, our users can find a gpexe academy premium section containing multimedia contents such as papers, slides from our presentations, video recorded during our webinars and congresses.
Whether you are a gpexe user or not, if you are interested in our scientific articles, please join our community.
Prof. Pietro di Prampero
Graduated in Medicine and Surgery, with a specialisation in Sports Medicine, Emeritus Professor of Physiology at University of Udine, he was educated in the Rodolfo Margaria’s School in Milan, breeding ground for men of science at the time. He is one of the world’s leading experts on muscular work energy and human locomotion on the Earth, on the Moon, on Mars, or in space, which he has been dealing with for over fifty years.
research & develop
developing and validate our tracking system and the performance analysis model
writing scientific papers to be published in the main scientific journals
collecting data to produce useful statistics for performance analysis
sharing our know-how with webinars, seminars and congresses
producing contents for all the gpexe community and premium material reserved to gpexe users