Editing your run means picking your own pace. There are two ways to edit your run: in the “real time” editing mode, or in the edit mode. Personally I feel that the later is more beneficial, so I will explain how to do this. In the real time edit mode, you pick your pace from the statistics screen. Then, after starting in slow gear, you speed up as you near the end of the track.
There are many benefits of using the stats screen for your run. First, it gives you a sense of where you are and where you need to go with regards to overall performance. The statistics screen also gives you insights into how you are doing in certain categories, such as distance or splits. For example, some stats will show you whether or not you improved at a certain point during your last outing. Other stats will show you maps, distances, splits, etc. This comparison will help you more.
To get started in the “real time” edit mode, just click on the small arrow on the lower right corner of the stats area. You will see a drop down box with three color choices: red, orange, and blue. Select the color of your choice from the list. The race registration options are at the top of the screen. You can either sign in with your email address or select your participant ID, which is located next to the name.
The next step is to select the three cutoff dates on the event registration schedule. These three dates are for the starting gate, finish line, and photo shoot. On the lower right corner of the stats area, there is a drop down menu with your chosen date, just click on it. If you change your mind, just click on “cancel” and re-enter the stats area.
Now that you have selected all the events you are interested in, click on the “run” button. You will see an icon on the lower right corner of the screen indicating an upcoming marathon or half-marathon. If this race is not available in your area, or if you would like to register for another event, you can click on “edit” and then “select another race.” You can change the date, location, and even the price of the event registration schedule.
When you are finished selecting and running events, hit the back button on your computer and wait for the results. On the results page, you will see your time and mile markers. You can also view the other athlete’s times, their personal best, and other important information. If you would like to share your results with friends and family, you can do so by clicking on the “Share Results” button, which is also located on the upper right-hand corner of your screen.