Fitness planning with Crickles – UPDATED

UPDATES What is written below correctly describes the Planner functionality but there are a couple of new updates since this was written, namely: Forecast method. For athletes for whom Crickles has uploaded at least a year of data there are two new Forecast methods for projecting your exercise load. The method described in the post … Continue reading Fitness planning with Crickles – UPDATED

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Strava have lost Friends

Recently Strava's API for getting Friends has stopped working. This hasn't only affected Crickles: numerous other app developers are reporting the same problem. There is no information about this on the Strava developers site, which still reports the same protocol for accessing Friends data, so there is no way of knowing if it's an unintended … Continue reading Strava have lost Friends

Logging on to Crickles

Prominent amongst the latest batch of enhancements to Crickles is the introduction of user credentials: you now need a password to access the Navigator. The log-in screen looks something like this On your first visit, you'll only see the Username (Strava ID): field at first. The Strava ID that is needed is not the email … Continue reading Logging on to Crickles