Most of us We have a lot of third-party apps installed on our phones, but you might be surprised by the out-of-the-box features of your Apple or Android phone-this also extends to health and fitness tracking.
If you want to start working out—perhaps after the global pandemic is interrupted—then you don’t need to look around for apps or invest in a new wearable immediately, because everything you need to start is already on your phone.
Google Fit is (as the name suggests) Google’s own fitness tracking app, which is pre-installed on your Android phone-if you don’t install it for some reason, then you can install it From the Google Play Store. Unlike Apple’s products, it is cross-platform, you can find the iOS version HereAlthough Google Fit is not the most advanced health and fitness app you can find, it covers the basics well enough.
The main screen of the app is dominated by two circles, showing the number of heart points (obtained through any type of moderate activity) and the number of steps. Scroll down the main screen and you will see everything else that Google Fit can monitor, from sleep to weight. You may eventually want to install some third-party applications to track these metrics, but you can also manually enter data for them (or ignore them for now).
Before you do anything else, set yourself some daily goals: Click contour, And tell Google Fit how many steps you want to complete each day and how many cardio strengthening scores you want to achieve. On the same screen, you can enter your birthday, weight, and height, which means the app can evaluate and calculate your statistics more accurately.
When it comes to walking and running, Google Fit should automatically record your exercise-if this doesn’t seem to happen, go to the Android settings screen and click Apps and notifications, View all apps, fit, with Authority Make sure to allow the app to track your physical activity through the movements detected by your smartphone. Just make sure to carry your phone with you and you can start creating photos of your daily exercise.
Going further, you can purchase additional devices such as smart watches and chest straps to track other types of activities, but when you are just starting, you can add these exercises manually.On the front screen of Google Fit, click the plus button (bottom right corner) and select Add event. You can specify the type of activities you complete and the time spent, and estimate how difficult your heart’s work is.