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Guided Workouts


This is the first release of a Guideed Workout data field for devices that do not have built in support for guided workouts.</p><p></p><p>Please give me feedback on the forums.</p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p>How to use Guided Workouts:</p><p></p><p>1. Use the Connect App / Garmin Express to configure the Data Field Settings.</p>


1.5.0</p><p>+Added support for SDK 2.3.x

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Esta aplicação requer acesso a:

  • O seu perfil de fitness do Garmin Connect™
  • ForeAthlete® 230J ForeAthlete® 230J
  • ForeAthlete® 235J ForeAthlete® 235J
  • Forerunner® 230 Forerunner® 230
  • Forerunner® 235 Forerunner® 235
  • vívoactive® vívoactive®
  • vívoactive® HR vívoactive® HR
Média de classificações: (4 classificações)

Carlo Rocca
22 de Dezembro de 2018 | Versão 1.5.0

Great!, Useful with my vivoactive hr that has not workout on board.. Even if not clear how to configure pace zone.

><"06_趙元 Y.Chao
11 de Fevereiro de 2018 | Versão 1.5.0

This is live saver for garmin watches without advance workout function! It works pretty much fine on my Vivoactive HR. Just that the pace zone setting is not very clear to me and would be great to be able to set cadence zones too. Also wondering if it's possible to have a lap break in the fit records for each workout items?

Matthew Dunn
17 de Junho de 2017 | Versão 1.5.0

5 star worthy data field but for right now I can only give it an ok rating. What it needs- ability to buzz when interval is over. Thank you for telling me when I am out of zone by buzzing, but please add a distinct buzz (different from out of zone buzz) as well as a five second count down short buzzes for every second (5buzz, 4buzz, 3buzz, 2buzz, 1buzz, BUZZZZZZZZZ! And then on to the next phase or interval. Second adding in current pace/HR for the current segment so you can see how fast/slow you need to go to be in range, or if you are about be too fast/slow you can visualize current pace/HR to make adjustments before you are out of zone. Three, what exactly are the pace zones? Are we going by FTPace such as TrainingPeaks method? If so, like HR, zones need to be in 1easiest-5hardest order! Hopefully this can be done, and if you need a stage before beta guinie pig let me test it :-D thanks for the data field

Resposta do programador
22 de Junho de 2017, Paul.Stevens

Thanks for the great feedback, I'll see if I can implement some of your ideas.

Matt Larkin
13 de Junho de 2017 | Versão 1.5.0

This is just what I've been waiting for someone to code, but only just spotted it yesterday. I don't mind the clunky interface for adding in the workout setup, I'll just save a few key workout approaches in a notepad file on my phone and copy them in as appropriate. Two features I'd really like to see "tweaked" though to get a full 5 stars would be:- - Pace zones - as I don't think these are editable (at least, not as far as I can see), the pace zones are a bit meaningless. I'd quite happily have just two zones - "fast" and "slow / easy". Or at least the simple choice not to have any pace target at all so it isn't buzzing away at me when I'm not quite fast or slow enough for the pace targets - End of segment "buzzes" - what I'd really really want is just a simple prompt that the segment I'm in has finished - i.e. once the clock has run out or the distance been covered a quick "buzz" to let me know the next bit is starting would be good. Even better would be for the field to create an auto-lap at those points, but perhaps that isn't do-able within the interface. Hope you can find time to add these features (or comment on your thoughts on them!) Thanks so much for doing this.