Oura Ring & intervals.icu integration

Hi everyone,

Recently I’ve got an Oura ring and have been enjoying using it. I was looking for existing and potential integrations and decided to put together a small app to read sleep duration, HRV, and resting heart rate from Oura and import it into intervals.icu, hoping to correlate pedaling efficiency, power, HR data altogether for the coming months of training ahead. It was built in a way that is flexible enough for others to use it and you can find it here:

It is the first release of it but it worked well so far on my local runs and I believe it could work for others so feel free to evaluate it. The instructions to get it up and running are found in the link above. Any feedback is welcome.

Thanks @david for putting together the API that was easy to interact and work with!

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Thanks for putting this together! I have an Oura ring myself and will have a look.

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I have implemented Oura support in Intervals.icu. Message me if you would like early access. I am still waiting for app approval from them. Its max 10 users until that happens.

Hey @david please could I get early access to oura integration? Thank you

Hi @david, loop me in, please, thanks!

Done. You might need to reload the app but should see a “Oura” section in /settings.

Happy to try this out!

Compared with polar watch, is Oura Ring sleep quality and HRV data reliable and accurate?

According to research by leading experts, the answer seems to be yes, Oura is more accurate. Please read this blog and reflect on your own opinion. What you need to know about Heart Rate Variability (HRV) data collected during the night | by Marco Altini | Medium

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Hi @david please can I try the oura ring integration too?
Thanks,
Mike

It is live for everyone now, the app was approved. You should be able to see the Oura box in /settings.

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Great work @david, thanks for putting it together!

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Hello

will Our integration also affect Fintess graph?

br
miha

No but you can plot resting HR, HRV etc on custom charts on the /fitness page.