My Vasaloppet race with an Apple Watch

Hello everyone, I wanted to share my experience using the Watchletic app during the grueling 90km Vasaloppet cross-country skiing race.

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How to export your workouts to TrainingPeaks

If you have imported structured workout schedules from TrainingPeaks, you may now be wondering how to export your workouts back to TrainingPeaks after you have completed them.

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Lubba is now Watchletic

As more people are finding the app (thank you for using it), I wanted to find a unique and easily searchable name.

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Can I generate workout schedules with ChatGPT?

Generating workout schedules with a language model like ChatGPT can be a useful tool for some people, but it's important to remember that it's not a substitute for working with an actual coach.

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Effortlessly sync your TrainingPeaks Workouts with your Apple Watch

If you're an avid runner like me, you might be using TrainingPeaks to track and plan your workouts. But did you know that you can also import those workouts into the app Watchletic and run them directly on your Apple Watch? It's a great way to keep all of your training data in one place, and it's super easy to do...

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How to run negative splits on Apple Watch

If you're aiming to get a new PR (personal record) in your next race it's important to have a pacing strategy in mind beforehand.

One trick that many professional runners use to get faster race times is to split up their runs in so called negative splits...

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Creating custom interval workouts on Apple Watch

If you're looking to mix up your running workout routine, setting up intervals on your Apple Watch might be the way to do it.

Whether you're looking at running simple intervals (like run 5 minutes at 4:30 pace, rest 30 seconds) or more complex workouts (like what Runcoach provides) this post will guide you through it...

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