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  1. Hi! I am on Week 2 Day 3. Yesterday I bought the upgrade, which said it will supply me with distance and kilometers run. Today I went for the run but it gave me no stats. What am I doing wrong?
  2. When the app measures distance, does that distance include the warm up and the cool down or only the run/walk part? For example, today, week5/day 2, I ran 1.61, and I don't know if that includes the warm up and cool down or only the 20 minutes of running. I can't map it with my car because it was trail running. For the future, I will download a map my run type app.
  3. Does this app (free version) track speed, distance and location?
  4. Hey all - does this app track your distance too? I have the paid version but don't see this option anywhere.
  5. Hi, Just about to start this programme and I apologise if this has been asked before, I did have a quick look but couldn't spot it. Obviously with a varying amount of walking and running you actually cover a different distance during your session each day. I want to do this outside and, preferably, as a circuit but to do that you need to know how far you are actually going to cover. For example week one might actually be about 1.5k whereas week three is 3k and so on. Appreciate people have different strides but averaging out a few should give a reasonable figure to work with. Has anyone done this? If not if you could post me your average distances for each of the eight weeks then I'll work out an average. Many thanks and, hey, wish me luck! Stu ...
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