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Old 07-10-08, 07:22 PM   #1
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How to get total hours in a season in Training Peaks / WKO+?

I wanted to look at how many hours I had on a tire when I took it off. I checked my WKO+ (Training Peaks) but couldn't find an easy way to sum up all the hours I had on there. I searched the forums, googled, and started looking through the relatively complicated brain numbing WKO+ manual, F1 help thing, etc., with no luck.

Can anyone help me out?

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Old 07-10-08, 08:43 PM   #2
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I use an Excel spreadsheet to track my cycling ... very easy to add up distance, time, etc.

Perhaps you can download your system into Excel?
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I wanted to look at how many hours I had on a tire when I took it off. I checked my WKO+ (Training Peaks) but couldn't find an easy way to sum up all the hours I had on there. I searched the forums, googled, and started looking through the relatively complicated brain numbing WKO+ manual, F1 help thing, etc., with no luck.

Can anyone help me out?

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Sure. Go to your athlete page with all the charts on it. Click "options" at the top right of the page. Click "add chart to this page" and choose the "custom periodic chart" option.

When the window pops up put in the date range, and under "details" click "add". Under content, click "duration" and finally under "days per point" put the number of days in the date range.
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