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    Bob Weinstein commented  · 

    I agree. There should be a place to enter calories and average heart rate for any activity, including the ones you mention, for which data is manually entered.

    This should be a simple thing to accomplish.

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    Bob Weinstein commented  · 

    Currently syncing with Apple Watch/Health is apparently one way. One can do a Trainerize workout using Trainerize iOS app or Apple watch app, and the data is recorded both in Trainerize and Apple Health.

    However, if one does an Apple Fitness+ workout, the data does not sync with Trainerize. This was confirmed with Trainerize support, who responded "any workouts completed outside of the Trainerize Apple Watch App or from the Trainerize Phone App (ie. Peleton workouts, Apple Fitness workouts, etc..) will need to be inputted manually." Support suggested adding this to the idea page for future consideration.

    There is an easy workaround for the Peloton workout by starting an indoor cycling workout in Trainerize, but not for the Apple Fitness as well as others that might be outside Trainerize.

    Please: 1. Improve syncing by making it 2 way as described above.
    2. Improve data import from Apple watch by including heart rate graphs; currently only maximum and average heart rates are displayed in Trainerize, while Apple Fitness displays those as well as graphical information. Thank you.

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    Bob Weinstein commented  · 

    Yes- I just suggested improving Apple watch syncing, and importing HR graphical information (not just average and max) into Trainerize was one of my 2 suggestions.

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