Feb 21

Can I move a scheduled workout to another day?

Category: FAQs

The simple answer is no, not currently. (However, please read on…)

The aspect to bear in mind is that simply moving a run may not make sense. For example moving a 30 minute interval session from a Monday to a Tuesday could have significant impacts on your Wednesday run and the rest of your subsequent plan. Or it may be the case that doing it on the Tuesday means that it can/should be increased from 30 to 40 minutes. Because of these complexities we do not presently have a feature to enable you to move workouts.

However, we do intend to build such functionality in the future. This will probably take the form of moving workouts with constraints and insights along with a preview of how your surrounding plan will change along with calculated benefits / detriments of the move.

Having said that, a key aspect of TrainAsONE is its adaptability – whenever you run, on plan or off, it takes the completed data and re-plans the schedule. So if you choose to take a run out of sequence it will just adapt and produce the best new plan it can given the changed data. And if you really do not like your new plan, you can always revert if you so wish (obviously not something to be encouraged).

About The Author

Dr. Sean Radford, the Founder & CEO of TrainAsONE, is a medical doctor, IT expert, coach and podium finisher in international endurance events. He has dedicated more than 20 years to the research of health, fitness and social well-being of the general population. He has been developing Artificially Intelligent (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) tools to help tackle some of the world’s leading health issues. Dr Radford is a Tech Ambassador for the UK, considered a leading expert in his field, and is a regular speaker at key events, as well as an author of numerous research publications.