If you figure it out, let me know.
And...nothing to keep you from taking a nap on the floor right beside her. Except possibly in Rhonda's eyes.
And the glut of conference calls. Retirement beckons, but alas not yet.
The nice thing about retirement is that the cost of living will go down a lot. Right? :-)
Because I will be so old by the time I retire?
Clicking around on AP, I discovered how to get intensity zones back if you have a 310XT. On the upper right of the window next to your name click on "settings". Then go to "edit intensities and HR zones" and manually put in the ranges that you want. Next time you download your data, it will divide your time into zones.
Amazing. So it is an AP facility and not on the watch. Curious, because I never set it on the old watch, and also curious because the 310xt has a screen that shows the 5 intensity zones. Good research.
I think for some watches, including 305, it's automatic; for others, including the 310xt, you have to set it manually. No idea why.
Ask the question someplace where Ken will see it (or just ask Ken).
All fixed. Phil had the answer.
But Ken could say why it's not automatic for all of them.
There are many things I accept cheerfully without knowing the why of them.