As a regular runner, I have to say it would be very much more convenient to track your running by miles than by pace + minutes. Pace might be fine on a treadmill, but when you're running outside, it's a pain in the neck. What I always know is total miles and total minutes. I have to put in the miles, calculate how long they would take at a 10 min. mile (or whatever) and then fake the number of minutes to achieve that.
Thanks for listening, and for giving us all of the great tools that you do.
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