garmin training plans from runners world - mac compatability

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31/01/2009 at 18:32
Anyone managed to import these on the Garmin training centre on a mac?  Mine doesn't seem to recognise it.  Thx
02/02/2009 at 20:17
Not really. I had to import using a Windows copy (using VMWare Fusion), then export in the mac compatible format. Even now for some reason it doesn't seem to transfer Sunday runs to the garmin.
19/07/2009 at 20:47

Dear all

Can anybody update this now that we're in July 2009 to see whether this has been resolved?



23/06/2010 at 19:53
The 6M Slow is set up incorrectly.  When downloaded it's set to 8.05KM, not the 9.66KM it should be.
26/06/2011 at 11:29

hi there can anyone help please

download and import schedules into garmin training software but once imported does not correspond in any way to the original schedule - completely different appearance and days ?

10/11/2012 at 21:35
Hello just had a look at using this all downloads fine but the schedule is not the same and importantly the pace is wrong for the workouts, is this going to be updated to reflect the correct pace for events??
23/04/2013 at 13:54

I have just completed the Llanelli Star Great Welsh Marathon using this plan. I just came back to look at it and was amazed. My completion time was 3:44:07, my recent half marathon PB was 1:44:40 and 10k was 66:31. That's as close to near perfectly in line with the promise as possible and I wasn't aware of it. Well Garmin, despite a few niggles in the plan as indicated above I can confirm that if like me, you follow this plan and you start off ready for it it is 100% achievable.

Right, where are the ultra marathon plans?????

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