Apple will soon be releasing watchOS 5, offering numerous practical enhancements to the Apple Watch. While it is already recognized whether one has stopped during running training, the new operating system should also recognize a started training independently. This can sometimes be useful once you forget to start the workout app. We would therefore like to show you how to enable / disable this feature.
Note : Workout detection currently only works if you are running, walking, swimming, or using a cross trainer Use rowing machine. In addition, the start and end detection can be set separately.
Enable automatic workouts on the Apple Watch
Automatic training detection is activated on the Apple Watch with just a few clicks. To do this, press the Digital Crown and open the Settings app on the Home screen. Scroll down and select the entry "General". Then scroll to the bottom of the menu and tap on "Training". Now drag the slider to the right of "Reminder on workout start" to enable the feature. If you want the workout to end automatically, drag the slider next to "End of Exercise Reminder" to the right as well. For disabling, drag the sliders to the left.
Enable automatic workouts on the iPhone
It's not just the Apple Watch that lets you turn on Tracing detection, but also the Watch app on the iPhone. To do this, open the Watch app and tap on the "My Watch" tab at the bottom of the screen. Search for the entry "Training" and select him. Now drag the controls next to "Reminder on workout start" and "Reminder on workout end" to the right to enable the features.