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    For running I have auto lap set to 1 mile.

    Tonight I created a Custom Workout on the 310 (as opposed to in the GTC). It had one step, Duration was OPEN, Target was SPEED and then the limits for 9:00 and 8:00 min per mile respectively.

    I noticed that when I was running I wasn't being notified of the mile markers (the auto laps). Now the workout is uploaded they don't show on GC..... is this right, the Custom Workout overrides the auto lap?

  • #2
    Originally posted by MADEUPNAME View Post
    For running I have auto lap set to 1 mile.

    Tonight I created a Custom Workout on the 310 (as opposed to in the GTC). It had one step, Duration was OPEN, Target was SPEED and then the limits for 9:00 and 8:00 min per mile respectively.

    I noticed that when I was running I wasn't being notified of the mile markers (the auto laps). Now the workout is uploaded they don't show on GC..... is this right, the Custom Workout overrides the auto lap?
    Yes.
    DISTANCE: 3000M___ - 5000M___ - 10000M__ - 21098M_ - 42195M_ --- Current VDOT: ?
    PB______: 10:50,09 - 18:40,20 - 38:39,00 - 1:25:39 - 3:10:26

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    • #3
      Further to that, any programmed workout overrides all alerts or auto lap settings.

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      • #4
        Oh, thats a bugger!!!! - Thanks for the quick answer

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        • #5
          A follow up Question.......

          ..........If I had set the run up in GTC (on the Mac version) as a single step:
          Go Until: DISTANCE and enter 1.0 mile
          Maintain: SPEED ZONE and select the desired zone
          The repeat that step for the number of miles I was going to run.... everytime I passed a mile would the split time be recorded as that would be a completed step?

          If I don't add in a rest step will the next step start automatically without the need to press the lap button?

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          • #6
            Yes, that should accomplish what you want, provided you add enough steps/repetitions to last the duration of your activity.
            Anthony

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MADEUPNAME View Post
              Oh, thats a bugger!!!! - Thanks for the quick answer
              And you got to keep the b word!!

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