Peg’s Posts: More options, more miles, more users at Garmin Connect
Personally, some of my favorite Connect enhancements have come in subtle user interface changes over the past couple of months. Here’s one that’s down elementary, but also downright cool if you are your own best competitor. In the function bar on the activities detail page, click the compare icon for a snapshot of all your uploaded activities of similar distance and times. In one click, I get a summary of all my half marathons or other events and the “me vs. me” duel dances on.
I also love the new workout creator feature. While I’m used to creating custom workouts on devices like the touchscreen Forerunner 610, this just makes it even easier to set it up from my computer and send it to my device. Most of my runs are based on mileage or time, but from time to time, I use custom workouts to keep me on target when I’m doing intervals, tempo runs or even a race simulation. With my steps and goals plugged in, Forerunner 610 is just like a coach—prompting me when to speed up or slow down, while logging the number of repeats and all my data along the way.
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