How to move plans and all following weeks

Hi I would like to move weeks and all the following. I found threads where people suggest to push a week. However I just have the option to: add time off, copy week, move week and clear week.

Hi @ANITA :slight_smile:

Since the introduction of Adaptive Training pushing and pulling weeks is no longer necessary. Push and pull options will not be displayed if Adaptive Training is enabled. With Adaptive Training enabled we recommend you add Time Off to your calendar for work, illness, injury, or anything keeping you away from training, in place of moving your training weeks around.

To find out how to add Time Off to your calendar visit our Help Center article below:


Hi @Caro.Gomez-Villafane, what is the recommended method of changing where a recovery week falls? I don’t need to do this right now, but will in the future.

@BrianSpang, hey! :slight_smile:

It really depends on the situation, what’s your case scenario?

Example: Having a travel week, or family-intensive week, that that would be better as a recovery week to keep training on track.

@BrianSpang, then a workaround would be to manually enter a training week on a Recovery Week and make a training week your Recovery Week, then resume the plan as normal.


Note: We always recommend using the Annotations to make changes to the Calendar, but if you end up doing this just be mindful of when you’re making these changes since you could end up training 6 weeks straight with no rest, in which case is better just to add the Time Off annotation and follow the recommended adaptations.

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Thank you @Caro.Gomez-Villafane. This is how I have done it in the past. Just wanted to make sure there wasn’t a method the software would prefer. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Ok I added a sick annotation however the workouts are not moving.

There are adaption but that is not the same as pushing the weeks right? Because I would like to do full Base 2 and not adapted one and rather miss some weeks in the end of the whole training plan before the A race in some Specialty Phase. Now I will have only 3 instead of 4 weeks base

@ANITA, the workouts did not “move” because you added the Sick Annotation after the days have passed, so Adaptive Training won’t adapt the dates that have passed. However, I see you have “Adaptations Pending” to your training plan; you can go ahead and accept them :slight_smile:

Note: Even if you don’t apply a Sick Annotation and don’t train the entire week because you were sick, Adaptive Training will still give you future adaptations based on the fact that you didn’t do the workouts to keep you on track!

That’s correct, pushing a week is not the same as adaptations. It’s best to keep with the plan as it is; Adaptive Training will switch out upcoming workouts in your training plan to ones it judges to be more effective based on your recent performance. No need to swap a week now for one at the end of the training plan.

On that note, what’s most important is to try and consistently follow the plan as best you can. I see you have only completed a handful of workouts since you first started (that’s OK!) but moving forward I would recommend focusing more on consistency. This will have a greater impact than trying to move weeks around.

More info on Adaptive Training here: