Connect your Smart Watch

Do you have a Garmin, Fitbit, Polar or Apple fitness watch? You can then retrieve your training data from this watch and add it to the Myworkout Go app. Automatic.

Regardless of whether you have a Fitbit, Garmin or Polar, Myworkout Go needs you to connect your app to the account that belongs to your watch.

Garmin: Garmin Connect

Polar: Polar Flow

Fitbit: Fitbit app

Apple Watch: The health app

Follow these steps

  1. Go to your profile in Myworkout Go
  2. Choose third-party apps
  3. Select the brand you have
  4. Press the arrow
  5. Connect by adding/connecting to your third-party app account.

This happens next 👇

When the app has made contact with your watch's account, it will retrieve training data that is there (30 days back in time. Does not apply to Polar) as well as everything you do in the future. If you save heart rate data with your watch, this will also be included in Myworkout Go and we can give you HIT minutes as long as the data indicates that you have found yourself in the correct intensity zone.

Get HIT minutes with your heart rate-based fitness watch ⌚️

In order for Myworkout Go to give you HIT minutes based on heart rate from your watch, you must have calibrated the app. Read more about it here 👈

Myworkout Go then needs a maximum heart rate reference on you to be able to calculate your HIT minutes. If you know your maximum heart rate, you can manually enter it into the app.

Do this:

  1. Go to your profile
  2. Tap your name
  3. Press the maximum heart rate
  4. Enter your value
If you don't know your maximum heart rate, measure it with Myworkout Go in this way 👈


ATTENTION! You should not rely on maximum heart rate calculators you find on the internet!

Get HIT minutes with your fitness watch without heart rate data ⌚️

If your watch does not have heart rate measurement via wrist or a heart rate belt that you wear with the watch, you can still have HIT minutes transferred. The app then retrieves GPS data from your watch and associated account and gives you HIT minutes based on your calibration of the app outdoors.

You need a heart rate monitor for this