- How to add a workout to apple watch
- How to end a workout
- How to check your workout history
How to add a workout to apple watch This process is simple and only takes a few steps.
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Whether you want to track your outdoor run or indoor swim,apple watch has the built-in sensors to do it. Plus, there are plenty of other available workouts to choose from. Here’s how to add a workout and get started.
How to add a workout to apple watch
Before you can add a workout to apple watch you need to make sure that you have workout app installed. Once you have the Workout app installed, open it and tap on the “Add Workout” button. Choose the type of workout you want to add, and then fill in the details.
Open the Workout app.
Open the Workout app.
Tap the type of workout you want to track. You can scroll to see all the options.
Tap start the workout or tap More Options, then tap Start Workout. If you want, you can set a goal, then tap Start.
Tap the workout that you want to track.
Workouts that you can track with your Apple Watch
You can track the following types of workouts with your Apple Watch:
– Outdoor run
– Outdoor walk
– Indoor walk
– Stair stepper
– Pool swim
– Open water swim
To start a workout, tap the workout that you want to track. If you’re not sure which workout to choose, tap outdoor walk, run, or elliptical.
For indoor workouts, tap the amount of time that you want to work out for.
For indoor workouts, tap the amount of time that you want to work out for. This starts a timer. To pause the timer, press firmly (force press) the display. To resume, press firmly again.
When you’re done, tap End. If you forget to end your workout, your Apple Watch taps you on the wrist and shows an alert asking if you want to end your workout. Tap Dismiss or End.
To add more information about your workout, open the Workout app on your iPhone, tap the More button , then tap Workouts History.
Here, you can add information such as how far you traveled and your average pace orspeed. You can also tap to delete a workout or multiple workouts at once.
For outdoor workouts, tap Outside, then turn on Location Services.
Your Apple Watch uses the GPS in your iPhone to track your movement and show you useful metrics for your workouts, like pace and distance. To improve the accuracy of these measurements, you can give Apple Watch permission to use Location Services during your workout.
When you turn on Location Services for a workout, your Apple Watch uses GPS to calculate metrics like pace and distance. For example, if you’re running outdoors, turning on Location Services gives you more accurate metrics for that workout.
1. Open the Workout app on your Apple Watch.
2. Tap the workout that you want to do.
3. For outdoor workouts, tap Outside, then turn on Location Services.
When you’re ready, tap Start.
You can start a workout before you get to the gym, or start it when you’re already at the gym – it’s up to you. On your iPhone, open the Health app, then tap the “Workouts” tab. Tap the “+” sign in the top-right corner, then select an activity type.
If you’re starting a workout at the gym, make sure you’ve set up GymKit first. Then when you get to your machine, wake your Apple Watch and hold it close to the contactless reader.
How to end a workout
Long press the screen. Tap End. To save or discard the workout, tap Save or Don’t Save.
To end a workout, open the Workout app, then swipe right, then tap End.
When you finish your workout, you can end it in the Workout app on your Apple Watch. You don’t need to wait for the timer to reach zero.
Open the Workout app, then swipe right.
You can also end a workout on your iPhone:
Open the Health app, tap the Today tab, then tap your workout.
To pause a workout, open the Workout app, then swipe right, then tap Pause.
When you pause a workout, your Watch pauses the timers for your active workout metrics and displays the current values for those metrics. For example, if you’re tracking your distance walked or run in a Workout, the Watch displays the distance in miles (or kilometers) that you’ve traveled up to that point. When you resume the workout, the timers for your active metrics start again from where they left off.
To end a workout:
-Open the Workout app, then swipe right.
If you don’t see End, tap Pause first, then tap End.
How to check your workout history
Checking your workout history is a great way to track your progress and see how far you’ve come. It can also help you find new workouts to try or see different types of workouts impact your body. Here’s how to check your workout history on your Apple Watch.
Open the Health app.
You can check your workout history by opening the Health app on your iPhone.
Tap the “History” tab, then select “Workouts.” You’ll see a list of all the workouts that have been saved to your Health app.
If you want to see more details about a specific workout, tap on it. You’ll be able to see information such as the distance, time, and route of your workout, as well as your heart rate average and calories burned.
Tap the Browse tab, then tap an activity type.
You can check your workout history by force touching the Workout app icon, then tapping History.
Or, you can go to the Browse tab, then tap an activity type.
When you check your workout history, you can see information such as the date, distance, and time for each workout. You can also edit or delete workouts that you’ve added to your history.
To see more detail, tap a workout.
You can check your workout history to see how you’ve been doing lately. To see more detail, tap a workout.
Open the Workout app on your iPhone.
Tap the History tab.
Tap a workout for more information.
You can also view your workout history in the Health app.
Now that you know how to add a workout to your Apple Watch, you can start tracking your fitness goals more easily. Use the tips in this article to help you get the most out of your workout tracking.