Training Plans FAQs
- How do I access my Training Plan?
Once you have bought your plan, it will appear in the "My Plans" section of Training Plans (you'll need to be logged in to see this). All you need to do now is select a start date and your planned sessions will then also appear in your training diary itself
- How can I reset my training plan start date?
Go to the plan, click on "Adjust Start" and change the start date.
- Where do you find the free Training guide?
If your Training plan is advertised as having a free Training Guide with it you can access it by clicking on the “Plan Info” tab.
- How can I add a training plan to my training log and compare actual workouts to my plan?
Login, click on the Training Plans link that can be found on your sites main navigation bar. Click on My Plans and find the plan you are looking for. If you didn’t define a start or end date for your plan when you created a plan, click on edit and do so now. By defining a start or end date for your plan, your planned training sessions will now appear in your training log.
During the lifespan of a training plan, when you go to add a workout, you will in the advanced fields see an additional data-field that you can use to link an actual workout to a training plan.
Now go back to your training plans and view the plan you are currently doing in list view. You will now see your planned training sessions are colour coded - Green indicates an activity that has been completed exceeding the distance/time specified in a planned training session. Red indicates an activity that has been completed with a lower distance/time than that specified in a planned training plan. Black indicates a missed training session or a training session planned for a future date.
- How can I repeat a training plan?
Login, click on the Training Plans link that can be found on your sites main navigation bar. Click on My Plans and find the plan you are looking for. Click on the re-use plan link – this creates a copy of the original plan. You can now either add a new start date and repeat exactly the same plan or take the opportunity to edit and make changes to the plan.