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Scheduled Runs on Log (Read 55 times)


Run Fastah 2018

    Yesterday morning, I had a scheduled workout for Monday showing on my log. Just one.

    This morning, it shows a scheduled workout for yesterday and one for today. Nothing for the rest of the week.

    The problem? I'm not in a current training plan.

     

    I do have a training plan set to start next week and so far the workouts are matching it.

     

    Using Chrome. Windows 8.1.

    "Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)

     

    Three half marathons later, I got a number. Half Fanatic #9292. :)

      Looking at your calendar, I don't see any scheduled workouts for this week. Starting next week, I see a long, ambitious training plan culminating in a September half.  That's all I've got. It should be a good one - good luck!

      You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do. -Anne Lamott


      Run Fastah 2018

        Thanks. Is it ambitious? I've never done a training plan by time. I'm not fast by any stretch so it's not as many miles as you might think, probably 30-35 miles per week.

         

        The box shows on my log in the middle column directly below the streak box. If I click on the planned run it does come up with the next week date. I'm just not sure why it's there or why it's not visible to anyone else. No big deal as long as my training plan shows right next week.

        "Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)

         

        Three half marathons later, I got a number. Half Fanatic #9292. :)

          Oh, I get it. It's the summary page widget. It seems to not know what week it's in. I guess Eric will have to look at this one.

          You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do. -Anne Lamott