How to fix corrupt workout data?
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- Which recording devices and services are supported?
- Export a planned workout to my Garmin device
- What is the difference between an automatically uploaded scheduled workout and a workout FIT file?
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- Does HealthFit transfer my Stryd data from the Apple Watch?
- Zwift - Synchronise via Today's Plan
- Tredict API - Connect your platform or application
- How to unlink a pre-planned workout?
- How to fix corrupt workout data?
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- Can I change the date and time of my workout?
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- Can I display a run without the walking breaks?
- Why is the date of my virtual training in a different time zone?
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With the workout edit function you can fix corrupt heart rate data, faulty power peaks or data spikes directly in the activity charts.
Fix incorrect heart rateIn the workout with the bad data, select the heart rate series in the chart.
Click on the pen icon to edit the heart rate data.
Now you can recreate the corrupt spot in the heart rate series.
When saving, the workout is recalculated and the incorrect values are corrected.
Remove data spikes in workoutThe wattage at the workout sometimes shows unwanted power spikes, which you can easily and quickly remove with the workout data edit function.
Fix wrong workout speedIf GPS reception is poor or if you was in a tunnel, the speed of the activity may have been recorded incorrectly.
With the edit function in the workout view it is also possible to edit and correct the speed.
Repair other values in the workout dataYou can also repair other training data, which are so-called base values and were recorded directly by your running watch as a time series.
These include cadence, cadence, ground contact time, leg spring stiffness, vertical oscillation and many more.
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Edit and correct faulty series data
Deactivate series completelySometimes the series data is so inaccurate that it is no longer possible to repair it.
In this case, you can deactivate a series completely. To do this, click on the deactivate button directly next to the editing pen.