Training Status stuck for over a week at 530 load and maintaining
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Garmin please give us a timeline on fixing this issue. It seems to be universal for almost all 955 owners. Is this going to be fixed in 48 to 72 hours or are we going to be dealing with this for months…
I am having the same problems. My watch is showing the training status on my watch but the acute load has not changed in a few weeks. Sticks at 841 no matter what. On Garmin Connect the it is showing that…
Yes, it's clearly a bug, it shouldn't show data like and why it doesn't even calculate new value and what not, but root cause is unknown.
There might be some workarounds to get it "woken up" again, like the reset or something, but yeah, not very much liking to to do too big resets as the pain to set up the watch takes for ever.
We can now set up the profiles in the GCM, would be nice to have also backups for the settings that can be restored.
Ok.. Well I got my first HRV today. I was sick for a week during it learning myself, hopefully it will use more data when available to learn me better in the future and it's not just the 19 days that sets the baseline forever (and my acute load is still stuck).
No.. Not good. The value it looks is 7d day average, but the value it expects to be inside (my baseline) is the HRV average learned.. and in my opinion that hasn't changed from 39-61. Now I've documented here, I can see later has it been changing and if not, the question comes, how can I retrain it as being sick during learning probably wasn't the best thing.