You can see how to improve your Apple Watch fitness statistics

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Photo: KANUT PHOTO (Shutterstock) – Test the handy changes to use your smart watch for less time.

You probably don’t use your Apple Watch to the maximum if you’re not fit and you might consider changing the numbers you see when you explore this subject.

Because yes, if you register an exercise with the default Workout app, you can modify the Apple Watch display statistics. We will teach you how to achieve this, and we will offer some valuable advice.

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Focus with a single metric view on your training aim

A number of calorie-focused workouts I’ve done recently. For example, I attempt to burn 150kg on the treadmill, 200 on the elliptical press and 150 kg on the bike. The flurry of information on the screen make it difficult to concentrate on the one important item – active kcal counting.

This is why it’s excellent to move to a single metric view. The information you need can be easy to acquire with a fast look, a blessing in the middle of a tough exercise. Open your iPhone to accomplish this by selecting Workout > Workout view > Single metrics.

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Change the metrics you view during training sessions

The display of your Apple Watch is not big enough to show you all sorts of data throughout your training, and you will therefore see up to five data points depending on what exercise you monitor.

While I found out that 12 distinct data points are available when recording outdoor runs, the five displayed are not my preferences by default. For instance, during the course of the exercise and the roller speed I would absolutely rather show current rate and active kilocalories.

You may use the Watch app to log each workout and pick the statistics you wish to view on the Apple Watch.. Go to Workout > Workout View and scroll into Workouts. Now choose any training exercise, click Edit button in the top right corner and press the minus red symbol at the top left hand side of any metrics.

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When this is done, from the No-Include area you may add new metrics by pressing a green + icon next to your option.

Pause your exercise automatically

Did you ever discover that waiting at a stop sign led to your average exercise paces fall dramatically? If you stop and resume your workout when you are on the go, you may manually prevent that by stopping or you can ask your Apple Watch to do it on your own.

Go to Workout and turn on the Running Auto Pause in the Watch app on your iPhone.

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Set your training default playlist

With your Apple Watch (or iPhone), every time you go to the gym, you may stop messing with the correct playlist. Just choose a default playlist for your exercises and every time you start training, your Apple Watch will play it automatically.

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By opening the Watch application on your iPhone you may do so and proceed to Workout > Workout List. On this page, you may choose any Apple Music playlist. When you choose a playlist, you may choose Play from the start or Shuffle to choose the order of the songs.

Enhance battery life while you track training

I often forget to load my Apartment Watch all day, and try to load it in the morning, when I should ideally have started my workout already. If you’re in a similar scenario, the power saving mode of the Apple Watch might help you gain more miles during workouts and walks.

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With the Power Save Mode, the Apple Watch cardiovascular sensor is disabled, meaning that the numbers are less accurate for active and total calories burnt. I generally have 50 active and 70 kilocalories of burning every regular 15-minute workout.. It displayed 30 active and 50 burnt total kilocalories with power saving enabled mode. All other data points (passage, lift, route map, etc.) have been correct since GPS has been activated.

You can do this on your iPhone using the Watch app. Go to Training and activate the Power Saving Mode.

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