Looking for some perspective on your recent training? Take a look at your full activity history on Strava.
There are several different ways of tracking your activities on Strava - see the options below to figure out what will work best for you.
Activity Feed / Dashboard
To view your own activities as a subset of your Activity Feed at your Dashboard page, simply select "My Activites" from the drop-down menu near the top-right of the page.
You can also view your full activity history at your Profile page. Near the middle of the page, you will see a display that looks like a bar graph; with each bar representing a single week (Monday to Sunday) of activities.
You can select what variable - Time, Distance, or Elevation Gain - is reflected on the Y-Axis of the graph, or change the display so that each bar represents a month instead of a week. Clicking on a bar will load the activities for that time period in a mini-Feed below the graph, and will show the total distance, time, and elevation gain for that period just above it. The graph will only display a year of data at a time; and if you've uploaded more than a year's worth of activities to Strava, you can select a different year by clicking the drop-down menu just above the graph.
You can also visualize your training on a calendar by viewing your Training Calendar. Simply click the Training tab at the top of any Strava page, or visit http://www.strava.com/athlete/calendar.
Here you will see a full year of activities, and once again you can change the display to reflect the time, distance, and the number of activities or PRs. Use the arrows next to the displayed year to move forward or backward in time. Hovering your cursor over a bar in the upper bar-graph display will give you information about that week's activities given the display parameter you have selected.
Click on a month to drill further into that month's activities:
...From which you will have the same display and navigation options; just on a smaller scale. Click on a specific activity to go to the activity page.
Finally, if you simply want to see a sortable, searchable list of your activities, view your "My Activities" page. Hover over the Training tab at the top of any Strava page then select 'My Activities' from the drop-down menu - or just visit http://app.strava.com/athlete/training.
From here, you can search by keyword or activity type, and sort your results by activity details. Choosing a sport type will reveal additional fields to help you filter your search results.
Clicking the name of an activity will take you to that activity page while clicking Delete will remove it, and Share will give you options for sharing it using your social connections.
For a quick way to edit activities, you can click Edit next to one or more activities, which will bring up an inline editing page for each:
Make your changes and click Save to submit.