The target zone for this metric is between 180 and 200 steps per minute.
Cadence, measured as steps per minute, is the term used to describe how often your foot contacts the ground during every minute. It is an important measure in running form and biomechanics because a low cadence value is often an indicator of over-striding or high bounce which leads to wasted energy and an increased risk of injury.
Lumo Run will work to progress you to this zone by only increasing your cadence by 10% at a time.
Heiderscheit, B. C., Chumanov, E. S., Michalski, M. P., Wille, C. M., & Ryan, M. B. (2011). Effects of Step Rate Manipulation on Joint Mechanics during Running. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43(2), 296–302.