I don't see my sleep graph anymore. Where can I view it?
Open your COROS app to the Progress page. Scroll down and select "Edit" near the bottom of the screen. If the Sleep card is grayed out, please select it, then save your edits and return to the Progress page. You should be able to view the sleep data now.
If that does not work, please double check that the sleep start time is listed correctly in the app by going to the Profile page, then scroll down to Settings, and choose a sleep start time that is within 2 hours of the time you normally fall asleep each night.
Why is my Training Load not viewable as a 7 day rolling total?
Where can I view previous days' daily data? (steps, calories, exercise time)
You can view historical daily data by tapping anywhere near the top of the Progress page in the app (select either steps, calories, or exercise time). This will expand the daily metrics to a historical view where you can toggle between days.
Where can I view my resting heart rate in the app?
With the new update, your COROS watch will not automatically record your resting HR each day. The resting HR will not be shown in the app unless you take the Resting HR test on your COROS watch. You can find this test from the main watch face > long press the back button > scroll to the Resting HR widget. After you take the test, sync the watch with the app, and you will see your Resting HR recorded in the heart rate card on the Progress page.
If you wish to manually enter your resting heart rate, please go to the Profile page in the app, scroll down and select Settings, then Heart Rate Zones. Choose HR Reserve as your preferred zone, and here you can manually choose a resting HR value.
Why aren't my activities showing on the Training Calendar?
With the new update, only planned workouts from a training plan or structured workout will show on the Training Calendar on the Progress page. You can easily view all other activities by selecting the Activities tab on the bottom of the screen.
Why did my Base Fitness suddenly increase?
With the new EvoLab update, certain metrics have been adjusted and recalculated (pace zones, training load), and so it’s expected to see some changes to Base Fitness, since this metric is largely dependent on training load. Your historical data was also recalculated along with Base Fitness, making your comprehensive training data more accurate overall. You should not see a large jump or drop from one day to the next.
For more information please check out this blog article, which explains our new Training Status system, and how best to interpret your metrics: Introducing Training Status
Where can I manually adjust my Lactate Threshold heart rate?
With the new EvoLab update, you can manually choose your max HR and resting HR, but the lactate threshold value can only be automatically adjusted by the algorithm. To modify the other values, please go to the Profile page in the app, scroll down to Settings, then choose Heart Rate Zones and select either Max HR or HR Reserve.
You can also complete the Running Fitness Test, found in the main menu of your watch, which will calculate your LT heart rate automatically.
Training Load is being calculated higher or lower than previously
The Training Load algorithm for runs has been changed to a more accurate model based on Effort Pace instead of just pace. Effort Pace being more accurate at measuring the effort put in to a run workout, you may see activities with more or less Training Load since the grade of the run is now factored in.
Why is there a gap between the pace range for Base and Endurance in my Running Fitness Breakdown?
There is a gap in paces between your Base and Endurance abilities, because that "missing" pace range, which reflects your Aerobic Power, is not optimized for improving either Base or Endurance training. By utilizing the recommended paces listed underneath your Base and Endurance abilities, you can directly improve your Aerobic capacity (zone 2) and your Threshold (zone 3), which are vital components of training. We recommend focusing on Base and Endurance in your training more so than the Aerobic Power zone specifically.