How to Edit Workout on Your Apple Watch

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Apple Watch has been a popular accessory for fitness enthusiasts since its release in 2015. With the introduction of watchOS 9, users now have the ability to customize their workouts on their Apple Watches. This allows users to set and adjust goals for their workouts, as well as monitor their progress with ease.

In this blog post, we will discuss how to edit an Apple Watch workout using watchOS 9. This can be done through the Activity app on your Apple Watch or the Health app on your iPhone.

To begin, open the Workout app on your Apple Watch and go to the Activity app. From here, swipe up, then tap “Change Goals”. You will then see two options: Active Calories and Minutes of Exercise. To change either of these goals, tap to increase or decrease the number you want for each goal. Once you are happy with your selections, tap “Next” in the top-right corner of your display and you will be taken back to the Workout app.

If you want to manually record an Apple Watch workout instead of editing it through watchOS 9, open the Health app on your iPhone and select the Browse tab. Tap Activity > Workouts > Add Data in the top-right corner of your screen, then select an activity type from the menu at the bottom of your display. You can enter all relevant information regarding that specific workout, such as duration and distance covered (if applicable). Once completed, tap “Save” in the top-right corner of your display and that workout will be saved in your Health app!

We hope this blog post has provided you with some useful information about editing Apple Watch workouts through watchOS 9 as well as manually recording them through the Health app on your iPhone. If you have any further questions about this topic or any other related topics please do not hesitate to contact us!

Editing Apple Watch Workouts

Yes, you can edit your Apple Watch workouts in watchOS 9. To do this, open the Workout app on your Apple Watch and select the workout you want to edit. Then, use the Edit button at the top of the screen to make changes to your goals, such as changing the duration of a run or adding additional exercises. You can also create a new workout from scratch using the “+” button at the top left corner of the screen.

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Editing Activity on Apple Watch

To edit your Activity goals on your Apple Watch, open the Activity app. Swipe up and tap Change Goals. You can then adjust the number of active calories for your daily Move goal and the number of minutes for your Exercise goal. When you are finished making changes, tap Next to save them.

Manually Changing Exercises on Apple Watch

To manually change the exercise on your Apple Watch, you can do the following:
1. Open the Workout app on your Apple Watch.
2. Tap the “Change Exercise” button at the bottom of the screen.
3. Select an exercise from the list of available activities.
4. The Apple Watch will then begin tracking your activity for that exercise type.
5. When you’re done with your workout, tap “End” to save it to your Health app on your iPhone and Apple Watch.

Adding Missed Exercise to Apple Watch Activity

To add a missed workout to your Apple Watch Activity, you must first open the Activity app on your watch. Once the app is open, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and tap on “Add Workout”. On the next page, select the type of workout you would like to add. You will then be asked to enter details about your workout such as duration, distance, calories burned, and more. Once you are done entering all of your information, tap “Save” to add this data to your Activity history. You can also add any additional notes or comments about your workout in the comments section. Finally, when you’re done adding this information, tap “Done” and it will be saved in your Activity history.

Can the Workout Type on an Apple Watch Be Changed After It Is Set?

Yes, you can change the workout type on your Apple Watch after you have started a workout. To do this, simply open the Workout app and select the running, walking, or another type of workout that you would like to switch to. You can also choose from a variety of other activities such as swimming, cycling, rowing, and elliptical training. Once you have selected your desired workout type, tap “Start” and your Apple Watch will begin tracking your progress for that type of activity.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.