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What do the grey shades and red line in Open HR Running represent?

The brighter graph represents the present graph, i.e. your heart rate, pace, cadence, range of motion, impact. The faint graph in the background is the elevation graph. What this means is, when you're looking at the heart rate graph, the brighter shade of grey represents your heart rate, while the faint graph in the background is the elevation graph. Likewise, for the pace graph, the brighter graph represents your pace, while the faint graph in the background is the elevation graph. In other words, every graph, be it heart rate, pace, cadence, range of motion or impact are backdropped against the elevation graph. This is so you can gauge your efforts against the elevation of the run.

The red line is the average value. What this means is, the red line in the heart rate graph represents your average heart rate, the red line in the pace graph represents your average pace, the red line in the cadence graph represents your average cadence, the red line in the range of motion graph represents your average range of motion, the red line in the impact graph represents your average impact. 

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