[Running] Walk mode: Set / Detect lower tempo than 140 BPM

In the Running feature, I would love to see a "cool down" function for when I'm finished running and want to set a new slower tempo (e.g. 70-100 bpm range) with a simple tap, for walking and/or winding down. It seems there is no manual way to set tempo lower than 140 bpm, and when I exit and restart the Running feature, it seems unable to detect my walking tempo (it never sets a tempo, just stays in the detecting mode).
Requires detecting a slower walking tempo, and a button to launch into Walk mode.
Also can be used for Couch25k-style training that alternates between Run & Walk modes.

Updated: 2015-06-21Marked as new idea and edited the title slightly to make it easier to find via search. ;)

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