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1500+ Miles in 2022 (Read 101 times)

Re-Run


Misinformation Officer

    If you plan to run at least 1500 miles in 2022, let's revive
    https://www.runningahead.com/groups/1500/

    Runs like a dj mixing songs while wearing festive outfits.
    5k PR 5/31/21 24:21 

    Trying new things in 2023:  March HM -- Finish in one piece. 

    CanadianMeg


    Half Faster Runners 2023

      Okay, I'm in. Smile

      Half Fanatic #9292. 

      Game Admin for RA Running Game 2023.

      Re-Run


      Misinformation Officer

        Woohoo!

        For runners who are contemplating:  1500 mpy is approximately 4.11 mpd or 28.85 mpw.

        Runs like a dj mixing songs while wearing festive outfits.
        5k PR 5/31/21 24:21 

        Trying new things in 2023:  March HM -- Finish in one piece. 

        Re-Run


        Misinformation Officer

          Happy new year!

          If you aim for 1500 miles in 2022, please join the user group above.

          Runs like a dj mixing songs while wearing festive outfits.
          5k PR 5/31/21 24:21 

          Trying new things in 2023:  March HM -- Finish in one piece. 

            DOODS! Every year I forget how to set mileage goal in the training log!

            60-64 age group  -  University of Oregon alumni  -  Irreverent and Annoying

            Running Problem


            Problem Child

              DOODS! Every year I forget how to set mileage goal in the training log!

               

              I just retrained myself a few days ago. Long presentations. No social hour. It was pretty rough but I think i took better notes this time. 

              Many of us aren't sure what the hell point you are trying to make and no matter how we guess, it always seems to be something else. Which usually means a person is doing it on purpose.

              VDOT 52.45

              5k19:35 | Marathon 2:56:07

              DavePNW


                DOODS! Every year I forget how to set mileage goal in the training log!

                 

                In your training log at the top right there is a button called “Edit Layout.” Click that and a “Widgets” button appears. Click that dropdown, select “Goal,” and drag it to wherever you want it to appear on your log screen. Click “Lock Layout” when you’re done.

                Dave

                ccoakley


                  I find I have to do it using Edge as the browser, Chrome doesn't fill the activity select box correctly.

                  5k 24:53 (2020) |10k 52:24 (2021) |HM 1:57:14 (2019) |FM 4:24 (2007) |50k 5:57 (2022)

                   

                   

                  DavePNW


                    I find I have to do it using Edge as the browser, Chrome doesn't fill the activity select box correctly.

                     

                    I didn’t realize it was a browser thing, but Safari has problems with that too. 

                    Anyone who gets no dropdown options for “Activity type”—it will still create the goal but your activities will not register there. One fix is to log out of your account, log back in, edit the goal, and the dropdown options show up. Who knows why, but this issue comes up every year and that seems to work.

                    Dave

                    CanadianMeg


                    Half Faster Runners 2023

                      I use chrome and didn't have any problem with that. I do think a goal widget on the log is a good idea. I just can't wait to get a few weeks in where it doesn't feel like I'm always behind it. Wink

                      Half Fanatic #9292. 

                      Game Admin for RA Running Game 2023.

                      LedLincoln


                      not bad for mile 25

                        DOODS! Every year I forget how to set mileage goal in the training log!

                         

                        If you have the goal widget from last year, you can click Edit Layout and then modify the existing goal widget - just click the pencil icon in the upper right of the widget and change the dates to 2022.

                           

                          In your training log at the top right there is a button called “Edit Layout.” Click that and a “Widgets” button appears. Click that dropdown, select “Goal,” and drag it to wherever you want it to appear on your log screen. Click “Lock Layout” when you’re done.

                           

                          Dave and Lincoln, I love you.

                          Got it all set up and explored the other widgets.

                          60-64 age group  -  University of Oregon alumni  -  Irreverent and Annoying