The Perfect Run Every Time with the Amazfit Stratos

Herman BonnerCommunications Specialist, Firstbeat

Wearable Devices

How you exercise determines the results you will get. Experienced athletes listen to their bodies. They modify their efforts and performances to achieve specific goals. These efforts are informed and guided by years, sometimes decades, of practice.

With the Amazfit Stratos you can accelerate this process and dial in the perfect effort every time you lace up your running shoes. Powered by the Firstbeat analytics engine, the Stratos delivers a cutting-edge combination of targeted workouts and real-time guidance will ensure your efforts are always on point.

Dial up your goals. Dial in your effort.

The Amazfit Stratos removes the guesswork and puts you ahead of the game by letting you to select a specific training target at the start of your run. Along the way, you receive real-time guidance updates to ensure your current effort matches up with what you hope to achieve.

You’ve been working hard, and you want to stay active, stimulate your body’s recovery processes without overdoing it. Dial up a Healthy Cardio session. It’ll get you going but won’t let you over do it.

You’ll soon find yourself out for a 30 minute, low- to moderate-intensity run. And if like most people, you struggle to keep the pace down and find yourself speeding up, no problem, your Amazfit Stratos will recognize what’s’ going on and send you an alert when you need to slow down.

Maybe you’re rested and keen to build your endurance base. Just dial up the Endurance Cardio program. You’ll be on your way with a 35-minute, fitness improving workout, and again, you’ll be alerted when you’re overdoing it or when it’s time to pick up the pace.

With eight different types of workouts to chose from, you’re sure to find something that fits your needs. (Click to enlarge)

What should I do today?

Not sure exactly what you should do today? No problem. Your Amazfit Stratos can offer you a tailored recommendation designed to boost your VO2max that takes your recent activities and fitness level into account.

Staying on point: Throughout your run, the Firstbeat analytics engine continuously assesses your effort. This data is used to provide real-time insight guide your personal efforts. You’ll be notified when it’s time to speed up or slow down, based on what you need to do to achieve your goals.

Just like the specialized programs you can select from the menu, the Recommended workout will have both duration and Training Effect targets to achieve. You’ll also get the same quality guidance along the way to keep your effort on point and to make sure you hit your target.

If you haven’t used your watch for a while, you may not see a Recommended workout waiting for you.

This is simply because the Firstbeat analytics engine doesn’t have enough data to know what type of workout best suits your needs. Go for a few runs and it won’t be long before the analytics engine is back up to speed, ready to help you take a smarter approach to better cardiorespiratory fitness.

Once the analytics engine has the information it needs, you can simply scroll down from the Run menu to Running Training and select TE – Recommended.

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Herman Bonner Communications Specialist, Firstbeat

Herman is a former U.S. World Cup fencer, coach and high-performance manager. Keen to explore how people make sense of the world around them, Herman currently thrives at the bustling intersection of technology and everyday life. His educational interests include mechanical engineering, economics, ethnomethodology, and sports management with a focus on marketing and communications.

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