My Zwift workout didn't save or sync properly. How do I manually upload the file? May 13, 2019 17:08 Updated Not a Member yet? $25/month Get Purple Patch Education Membership, A complete performance education program for coaches and athletes. SUBSCRIBE You need to sign in to view this page. My Zwift Workout Didn't Save or Sync Properly. How do I manually upload the file? If there is a drop or lapse in your internet during your Zwift ride, Zwift will not be able to upload the workout. You can open your finder on your computer and select the "Documents" folder. If you scroll down you should see a "Zwift" folder with all of your activities that you have completed on Zwift, as well as other things such as workouts, etc. You can try manually uploading your file from this folder to Today's Plan and any other platforms you may use that it didn't sync with. (Tutorial HERE) If the file is corrupt you can try using this tool for .fit files ( https://www.fitfiletools.com/#/top ) and then try uploading that file manually. Related articles Today's Plan is Not Working with Google Chrome How do I manually log or edit a workout? The Baseline Plan vs. The Race Builds What are estimated training zones and thresholds, and how do I change them? How do I upload workouts into Zwift, TrainerRoad, or Garmin?