Every plan tells a story. This is mine. What would you say if a 42 year old man, who’s borderline morbidly obese, tells you he’s going to run a marathon? I’ve heard it all and seen the looks, so don’t feel bad about what you’re thinking right now. When my friend asked me to run
A new home screen view offers ‘zooming’ to show different levels of detail. The preferred view – Timeline | Tiles | Calendar – can now also be set. The timeline is a compact view packing in loads of data If you sync with Smashrun your stats become easily see and compare Multi-activity days are also
This is how it all started for me – getting ready for the 2016 London marathon. A long steady period of base training leading into a 16 week marathon plan. Despite the prep I picked up a plantar fasciitis injury in week 16. Still, it was great motivation being able to see the miles ahead
Added the ability to export the active range of weeks to ical. Various configuration options allow for: Setting the start time for all activities Edit individual start times Set the time by which to offset multiple activities Include or exclude ‘Rest’ activities
After a round of public Beta testing, Runplan has now gone live with V1. Fresh new look and feel for tiles and weeks in home screen Weekly summary for tiles view Selected range highlighted Move or swap activities between days Handling of overlapping plans Flexible units – set mi/km as a preference or per
When connected with smashrun synced activities have splits, routes and other metrics depending on the device used on the run. The activity tile provides a snapshot of either planned activities or completed activities. Activities can be moved between tiles or rearranged if there are multiples on the same day.