Every Runner's Stride is Unique
By collecting advanced metrics at every footstrike, RunScribe provides a holistic view of your run - allowing you to track progress, assess risk and quantify the impact of training on form and symmetry. Learn more
Small but Mighty Records thousands of data points with every step More
Lightweight Weighing in at 13g, RunScribe won't interfere with your run More
Stride mechanics change dramatically during a run - RunScribe shows you how.
The RunScribe App
Upload and view run data using the RunScribe app.Download iPhone App Download Android App
- iPhone 4s and later
- iPad mini, 2 and later
- iPod Touch 5th gen and later
- Android 4.4 or higher (BLE compatible devices only)
The RunScribe Dashboard
The RunScribe web dashboard offers tools to analyze metrics, compare runs, identify trends and track the impact of shoes & terrain on stride mechanics.Learn More
Change Can Be Good...or Painful
RunScribe's comprehensive metrics highlight tradeoffs between the core elements of a runner's stride: Symmetry, Motion, Efficiency & Shock.
"Not many devices allow for practical change based on data, but I believe RunScribe gives us the tool to translate some of these nice metrics into practical change that influences performance."
Steve Magness - Science of Running
"At our clinic we're fortunate enough to work with endurance, elite and Olympic runners for injury management and prevention. RunScribe is a quick and efficient way for us to confirm what we see in video analysis and the physical exam, quickly identify imbalances, show patients where their issues lie and quantify changes from therapy and orthotics. RunScribe has been extremely useful!"
Ian Chapple PT, Cert DN - Endurance Rehab
"My take on the RunScribe is that if it can provide accurate data, it could be a very handy tool for use in the clinic, and for comparisons of running in different shoes (I could have a lot of fun with this!)."
Peter Larson - RunBlogger
"Now Scribe Labs wearable technology can potentially prevent running injuries by analyzing your running form and running shoes."
Nick Pang - Natural Running Center