Great tip that app Full Browser 😉 …
However, it seems I would have to sync from MC (app for iPhone or www on a pc) to upload for real the route to the watch…
But at the same time, I have to use SA to export a track in gpx from a recorded activity, provided I am connected to internet (as already mentioned in my previous post… :-/)
And finally of course, MC and SA apps cannot work together on a smartphone…
Well, well, well. It looks like I am not done with scratching myself the winter hat
MC transfer to SA will be one shot. One shot for all your moves at the transfer date.
But MC will still be usable for New moves until… But new moves still won’t sync to SA and mass transfert won’t be possible anymore.
Alti graph seemed to be ok, except that pauses doesn t appear on graph of SA. So curve is not stricly the same. But it seemed that it s not a problem.
BUT i see an error with max speed !: correction that i have made on Movescount web (in my example 54km/h ! Very good for trekking activity 🙂 edit to reduce to 6km/h) is not taking into account in SA.
So for max speed field, situation is that i have 6km/h in Movescount web (i think it s a value i have corrected) and 54km/h on SA… what is the problem with this field now?
A little update. The thing with MaxHR is that actually it is saved under the name PeakHr so it is not shown in .json.
I managed to get that information and here is what I did, in case someone else could profit from it.
First I wrote simple Python script to extract MoveID from each move in that .json file.
Second I wrote a JMeter https://jmeter.apache.org/ script to go through all my moves in Movescount by MoveID and save that PeakHr value for each move.
Third I wrote another Python script to merge fetched PeakHr value with other data and saved all my moves to .csv file.
Fourth I wrote yet another Python script that will look Movescount data folder (c:/Users/UserName/AppData/Roaming/Suunto/Moveslink) for new .xml files and if new file is found all the useful content is added to .csv file. Mainly time of the exercise and hr values. Also script asks user to type name of the activity and distance traveled.
I created this last script to extract new moves from filesystem rather than from Movescount.
All in all I guess I am ready to migrate from Movescount now. Thanks for your all help and happy moving!
@sartoric no I am quite happy with MC, actually if they got rid of the App, and concentrated on MC, including enabling the apps feature for spartans, that would be perfect (- for me).
Workout tracking is not the only thing I am after (although its the biggest buy).
Prior to this I was on fitbit, and I had developed some pretty good habits around sleep patterns, other habits by monitoring my HR, etc … I don’t know how I am tracking on those anymore
@dimitrios-kanellopoulos The problem is solved. I ran the .FIT file produced by the Suunto App through Fit File Repair Tool (https://www.fitfilerepairtool.info/) . When I used this tool a few months ago it failed to produce a file that could be used in Firstbeat Athlete. I ran it again today (after re-installing Fit File Repare Tool and MS Access) and now I got a good result. I am not sure whether the problem was in the software I installed, in a mistake from me or in a flaw in the .FIT file produced by the Suunto App in October. Anyway, it is a bit more work to get the information from the Suunto App to Firstbeat Athlete, but it works now. Thanks for all you help.
The suunto 9 does everything the ambit does except apps.
AFAIK there is no real structured workouts feature on newer Suunto watches. And as a “reliable” partner, Suunto decided to remove this feature and throw it to trash for A3 owners 😭 , except with Suunto Apps, which is something really different in easy to use terms function. 😒
So yes, when Suunto removes some valuable features on the Ambit line, we can see that S9 does almost everything that ambit does. 😐
@sartoric well Farmin connect is quite good web interface and customizable for your taste what info you want to see. Without web interface only fitness stuff can live, but serious sport guys can’t 😉
P.S. Fenix 2 still syncs with their web…