So you must select all the rows and copy them and then move down one row and paste. Then you can overwrite the first row. See below.
The problem is, ERG and MRC files don’t have any concept of a lap, so there is no way to support this. Mark from GC and I talked before about extending MRC/ERG to support this, but we did not do this work.
It’s on the Create workout page. See it below.
We want to add a search to the “my library” page, but for now, paid members can use the “my library” feature on the search page. See screenshot below.
Here is a diagram showing you how to make it work. Here is a link to that example below https://app.trainerday.com/workouts/test-zwo
TrainerRoad and Zwift support importing of text prompts. Wahoo also has text prompts, but the only way to get them there is via a plan file which we don’t currently support. If you change the type field in the workout editor and send to TrainingPeaks and then to Wahoo, you will see this description, which …
There are two reasons we send watts rather than percent to Garmin. One is on your screen when training, most users prefer to see the target watts not the target%. Second, is that only new devices work with percent based workouts? Make sure you have your FTP set correctly in TrainerDay before sending your workouts …
Yes, we recently made this a free feature. Only some workouts make sense for HR workouts. We have a blog post explaining this in the “learn” section of our site.
Garmin only supports 50-steps in a workout. You can clone a workout and copy and paste into Google Sheets or Excel to see how many rows it is. Because Garmin does not support ramps we convert ramps to steps which 1-row in the workout editor could be 10-steps when it gets to Garmin. We are …
Yes, you can use the free version of TrainerDay and the free version of TrainingPeaks and send workouts to other platforms like Zwift, Wahoo, Bkool and many more. The limitation in TrainingPeaks is you must do it each day before you workout, you can plan in advance.