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Training Log - Pace

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Mar 2016
1:30pm, 24 Mar 2016
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Having just been fiddling around with the pace brackets on the detailed training view (without realising the changes are remembered and applied to your all your runs) I was just wondering if people generally bother changing these or just leave them at the default (whatever that is as I didn't make a note of it before I started fiddling!) And if you do change them how do you set them?

I set my slowest to an average recovery pace and my fastest to a fast interval pace which makes sense for an interval session but pretty much gives a flat line in the green for any other run.
Mar 2016
1:31pm, 24 Mar 2016
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I was just talking about this with Katie.

I set the red one to be my 5k pace, and from there down, I use my 10k pace, half marathon pace, LSR pace, and then the last one is just to scoop up the rest.
Mar 2016
4:22pm, 24 Mar 2016
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Thanks Fetch, I'll give that a go and see how it looks
Mar 2016
9:25pm, 24 Mar 2016
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Hills of Death (HOD)
I don't understand where this is :-(
Mar 2016
9:40pm, 24 Mar 2016
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I change them about so I always have a bit in the red so I can pretend I ran fast ;-).

HOD, if you look at the glasses view on your training, you will see "Pace (mins/km)" and five coloured boxes with figures. To the right, will be a pace graph. Except - I had a look at your Cambridge Half and there was no graph, as all your figures in the boxes were too low. Try, for a start, changing the leftmost box (pale blue) to 6:00 and the rightmost box (red) to 5:00.

(Not sure if people set to miles have mins/miles instead: if so try 9:30 and 8:00.)

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