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Suunto 9 User Guide - 2.1

  • SuuntoPlus - Strava

SuuntoPlus - Strava

Get specific about how much work goes into your exercise with real-time Relative Effort. Whether your exercise is slow and steady or short and strenuous, Relative Effort gives you a personalized measurement based on your heart rate zones, so you can adapt your effort on the go. Once you are done, sync your activity to Strava or get more of your workout with Strava Summit: deep dive into performance data, see how much progress you have made overall and where you are in your training cycle – whether you are peaking, maintaining or recovering.

To use the Strava Relative Effort with Suunto 9:

  1. Before you start an exercise recording, swipe up or press the lower button to open the sport mode options.
  2. Scroll to and tap SuuntoPlus™ or press the middle button.
  3. Scroll to and tap Strava or press the middle button.
  4. Scroll up to the start view and start your exercise as normal.
  5. During exercise, swipe left or press the middle button until you reach the Strava display to view Relative Effort value in real-time.
  6. After you have stopped the exercise recording, you can find the Strava Relative Effort result in the summary.
  7. To look at long term analysis related to relative effort, make sure your Suunto 9 is connected to Strava via Suunto App.

In order to get same Relative Effort results in Suunto 9 as in Strava, remember to adjust the heart rate zones in Suunto 9 to match the ones you have in Strava.