How can someone calculate the power in watt that a runner produces, when he runs uphill and downhill?
Is there any algorithm? It is important to take under consideration the uphill and downhill elements of the run.
Thank you for your answers but i am confused since i don't have a background in physics. To make thinks simple, i have some values, and using these values and maybe some constants like gravity, i want to create a calculator for real time watt production. These values are:
INSTANT VALUES: speed, distance, hr, kcal, ascent, descent, duration. OTHER VALUES: body mass, vertical speed (average), ascent time, descent time, max hr, rest hr, vo2max.