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Mileage targets

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Jan 2016
9:36pm, 10 Jan 2016
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DeeGee
I've started bothering with the whole logging runs thing again.

Problem is, I have a mileage target of 2000 appearing in my training log.

If I run 2000 miles this year I'll strip off naked and swim in Immingham Docks.

I want to set it to something more realistic, but can't for the life of me remember where it is.

HELP!?!?
Jan 2016
9:43pm, 10 Jan 2016
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Old Croc
click TRAIN,

look below graphs - see target line, on right hand side is a bin symbol, delete old target, add new one, simples
Jan 2016
9:43pm, 10 Jan 2016
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alpenrose
Hit "Train" up there ^^^, scroll down - Annual Mileage Targets - delete current target then put new target in.
:)
Jan 2016
9:59pm, 10 Jan 2016
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DeeGee
Bingo! Thanks gang. You can tell I've not bothered with the training log for a while. That was rather easier than I'd anticipated...
Jan 2016
10:19pm, 10 Jan 2016
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Winded
So Immingham docks is off is it? I thought I'd bring a camera and a picnic you see....
Ted
Jan 2016
10:22pm, 10 Jan 2016
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Ted
I'm so glad I don't know where Immingham docks are.

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Problem is, I have a mileage tar...

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