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Can I move a past workout forward to re-do it?
July 26, 2023 6:58 PM
Past workouts can not be moved forward if you've already done the workout. If you couldn't do a workout fully on the day for any reason (or you're not happy with how you performed), don't worry about it. Always just move forward.
Never "make up" missed workouts, and don't make up a workout that you felt wasn't good enough. Just move on to the next. We always say that we only look forward in a training plan, never backward.
As soon as you start trying to re-do workouts, you'll be falling behind on the progressions that are built into your plan. This is because, all of the workouts in a week are built to work together. If you're duplicating workouts by re-doing them, you're tipping your training balance in a way that isn't intended with the rest of the week.
Even if you cut a workout short, or adjusted it, they're still not meant to be repeated.
Remember: you aren't trying to "win" your training sessions. Do your best, and leave the rest!
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