Like most others have said, it’s great to have this functionality.
But, being more of a runner than a cyclist (probably not much of either sadly!), I’d really like a way to choose what activities I can see in the Calendar view. That would allow me to focus on the cycling when I want to without my runs cluttering my vision. Maybe it’s already there and I’ve somehow missed the option?
As of now, it isn’t looking at power, pace, distance, etc. and is instead just looking at whether you did a run that day. However, if you did a run that wasn’t your scheduled workout and AT automatically associates it with the scheduled workout, you can always go in to your calendar and disassociate that run from the scheduled workout, allowing AT to adjust upcoming workouts so you don’t miss that scheduled workout.
Exactly my story, too. 25 years ago fell in love with running but I developed such awful shin splints I couldn’t train for long stretches. Then a buddy asked, “Have you heard about this thing called Ironman?”. Hooked on triathlon since.
do you have any tips on showing power when using an Apple watch? is there a direct plugin to apple or do we need to go via Strava? I ask because Apple, to my knowledge, does not pass running power to Strava therefore not landing in TR
I’ve used the HealthFit app to sync runs recorded with power on the Apple Watch Fitness app to Strava. Strava itself doesn’t show running power when you look at the run on their website or app, but the data is there and gets synced to TR:
thanks! I was checking a cpuple of runs I did with the Apple watch that I had synced the " Strava import way" and I can’t see power. I will have to try HealhFit App unless TR plugs in directly to Apple Health.
This is a case we considered and should be working… Synced runs should be associated with previously Planned Runs. Taking a peek at your account I do see these 2 runs, and others, correctly associating. Did you have to do some manual clean up or has this resolved itself?
Since TR running imports still expect people to use Strava unfortunately (Hey TR, how about supporting Intervals.icu or HealthFit???) I’ve found a work around to avoid that. If you run with an AppleWatch and in addition have a Garmin or two or three, you can use RunGap on iOS to sync it to your Garmin account as a fake Garmin 945 watch and Garmin will in turn share it with TR. Not ideal, but it works.
There’s also a nice AppleWatch running program that supports TrainingPeaks and FinalSurge structured workouts. It’s called Watchletic. Just tried it today, worked nicely and supports Apple’s running power and run dynamics. All of that got synced to HealthFit which exported it to intervals.icu , TP and FS. Healthfit can actually export to Dropbox. One alternative would be for TR to import from dropbox FIT files.