If the activity type matches up, it will automatically associate the planned workout and the actual workout. If it fails to do this automatically, you can drag and drop one onto the other in the calendar view and they will be paired. You can also unpair workouts if they pair up incorrectly. The color of the paired workouts in the calendar will alert you if you did much less or much more distance than programmed, or if you miss a workout.
I have a new Garmin 735TX and successfully paired it with my Training Peaks calendar.
I did a short workout today to test my watch functions at home. Later I saw that it automatically synced and created a “workout” on my training calendar on TP’s. It created it’s own box for that workout on today’s date on the TP calendar. I also did a weight workout today that was already pre-populated on TP’s calendar. The Garmin watch did not put the data from the home exercise in my weight training workout box (and it shouldn’t) but rather created a new box for that workout automatically.
So My question: Tomorrow, I have a workout pre-populated by my coach in my TP’s calendar for tomorrow. When I do the workout tomorrow and start and stop the activity on my Garmin watch, will it sync the results in the pre-populated box on tomorrow’s date on TP’s, or will it create a new box on that date because it did not know which workout I was doing? I would hope it would enter the data in the pre-populated workout box, but I don’t know how to tell it to do that.
Hope the question makes sense , and thanks for any advice!!
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