View Recent Workouts on MapMyRun on iPhone 6

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    To begin we need to unlock the phone, which we can do by pressing the Lock button on the side or the Home button at the bottom.
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    Swipe to enter the passcode or simply use the fingerprint scanner.
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    Find the MapMyRun icon, which is this blue and white one here, and tap it once to open the app.
    It will automatically take us to this page where we could start to record our workout.
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    What we need is these three horizontal white lines in the top left-hand corner.
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    Go to our name, which is the first option, and load our profile.
    The circles just mean it's loading the information. We should give it a little time to catch up, as it hasn't finished loading yet.
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    What we need to do is tap on "RECENT" here on the right-hand side.
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    We see that it brings up a list of recent workouts.
    I've only done two on the MapMyRun application and we see those two runs are logged here.
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    We can then tap on which one we want to view more specific details about that run.
    We can press "RECENT" to go back to our list, which will eventually fill up when we do enough workouts.
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    To go back, tap "Profile", and then the three horizontal white lines, to bring up a menu.
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    Press "Record a Workout", which is our second option down.
    It will take us back to our screen where we began.
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    There we see, we're back where we started.
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    This is a VisiHow video and I've just shown you how you can view your recent workouts on the MapMyRun application on the iPhone6.
    If you have any questions or comments, pop them into the section below.
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