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Subject: Custom Training Plan Cadence Target Correct?
I have a custom training plan that has an interval:

Set #1 11m / 1.06 miles
Intervals: 8x0.3' on 1' rest
Strides/Cadence: These are short interval repeats at a 5K pace with recovery in-between. Try to focus on getting 45 left footstrikes per minute or 90 combined

According to this:

the optimal cadence is 180 steps (both feet) per minute. This workout is calling for half of that.

Or am I just reading it all wrong?

2014-02-01 12:08 PM
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Subject: RE: Custom Training Plan Cadence Target Correct?

Yikes.  It should be 45 left footstrikes per 30 seconds.  You are correct.  I will get that corrected on the plan generator. 

Thanks for bringing that to my attention.

2014-02-02 4:17 PM
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Subject: RE: Custom Training Plan Cadence Target Correct?
No problem. I was mad confused when I was making the on the Garmin.

I know this is a long shot, but is there a way to automatically run my BT workouts into a Garmin workout? Right now I manually create each workout on Garmin Connect. It would be awesome if there would be a way to automate it.
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