Below are definitions of some common metrics you’ll notice throughout your workout.
Split: Split is a speed metric and measures how long it takes you to row 500m. The lower your split time, the faster you’re rowing. Split time serves as a good benchmark to measure your pace and improvement over time. You can think of it as running an x-minute mile and, you can work towards getting your split down as you progress.
Current split: The speed you’re rowing at any given moment.
Average split: The average speed you rowed throughout the duration of your workout.
Best split: Your fastest split time hit during a workout.
Intensity Zones: Intensity Zones represent your effort relative to your output. Intensity Zones are defined as ranges of split times and are personalized to you. They reflect your speed and endurance at four levels of intensity: Paddle, Steady, Race, and Sprint.
SPM (Strokes Per Minute): SPM is a cadence metric, measured by the number of strokes you take per minute.
BPM (Beats Per Minute): BPM is a measurement of your heart rate. This metric will only populate if you have a heart rate monitor connected.
Calories: An estimated amount of energy your body expends during the course of a workout, measured in calories (or kCals).