Summarise your week

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11 Jul
10:26am, 11 Jul 2018
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fetcheveryone
Your Thursday run looks like 10 miles in 0 minutes, which would certainly be quick enough to be in the quickest pace zone ;-)
11 Jul
9:10pm, 11 Jul 2018
946 posts
oumaumau
Quick question - Are the summaries static? i.e if I change the pace zones, do the zones set when the week finished hold, or are the updated zones applied?
11 Jul
9:31pm, 11 Jul 2018
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fetcheveryone
The latter.
12 Jul
12:18pm, 12 Jul 2018
847 posts
Ribenaface (RFSQL)
This is great! But for me an alternative that would be more useful for me would do this with heart rate rather than pace zones.

Especially if you live somewhere hilly or are using heart rate to keep your essay running truly easy.

(Apols if that exists and I just can't find it!)
12 Jul
12:22pm, 12 Jul 2018
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fetcheveryone
It's a great suggestion (and was made on the previous page). I will add it in as soon as I have an opportunity.
12 Jul
1:06pm, 12 Jul 2018
2374 posts
StuH
My planned sessions have disappeared, thanks Fetch! :-D
12 Jul
1:40pm, 12 Jul 2018
19578 posts
fetcheveryone
Have also fixed the pace bands (in the left-hand column) not respecting the choice of units.

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