Adrijean Rodolphe
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Total Running 164 km
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Hi Stefan,

Thanks a lot for the feedback.

I'll go ahead with your advices.

Cheers

S A
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Total Running 22'475 km
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hello,

setting a time goal does not improve your performance, but excercise will, that's the reason, why there is no time goal field.

your current training status will lead to a proposition of a plan, that let's you train at the very right level. But you can increase the number of units (don't increase too  much too soon). A 10k race or testrun every other month will give you feedback whether you are improving, then you can adjust your training status and will have harder/faster units. It's worth to stick to the plan.

good luck, Stefan

Adrijean Rodolphe
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Total Running 164 km
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Hi Guys,

How do running.COACH manage the time goal of the targeted race?

On my side, the time for a race is greyed and just set automatically to almost the same as what I set in question 3 (What is your current fitness level?). Or even less...

My last half was 1:49:05

I subscribe to running.COACH to improve it.

How can I improve myself if I cannot set the time goal?

The time goal for my planned half marathon is set automatically to 01:50:01. Even slower than what I already achieved (1:49:05)!!!

Will it be moving depending on my trianing status? Or will it stick to the original time?

Or maybe, I'm missing a parameter....

Thanks