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  • How to connect fitbit
    I use FitSync to sync intraday Fitbit data to Apple Health. It includes SpO2 and sleep heart rate so I can also use the wellness tab in GentlerStreak. Apps like RunGap or FITIV can connect with Fitbit to export workouts to Apple Health. You have to combine this with FitSync though, because natively Fitbit does not support export of heart rate during workouts. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Displaying bpm from Apple Watch on IPhone
    A chest HR monitor will give a much more accurate reading because it measure much more often than the watch does. Also, movement of the watch on your wrist can interrupt the reading. When I workout, I take the watch off and just use my iPhone (running FITIV) and the chest HR monitor. Much easier to see than trying to look at your wrist while riding. And, saves battery on the watch. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Bored of the Rings
    I have found it incredibly helpful to be able to watch my metrics as I'm exercising. This is where "Fitiv" comes in. Both GS and Fitiv will allow you to track your metrics during a workout. However, GS will only display on your watch, not your phone. When I'm riding, I don't want to have to move my hand off the handlebars to see the watch face. And, again, you are only getting readings every 5 seconds or so. Fitiv... Source: over 1 year ago
  • First race using Apple Watch (Series 2) for tracking
    So I had my first race since 2019 today - and in previous years I did my tracking by carrying my phone with me for the bike and the run. (I'd keep in in an armband around the aero bars, and then slip it onto my arm for the run.) I typically used the FITIV app for tracking, as I've been using it since its earliest iteration (as "MOTIFIT"), so it has my history, works with my HR sensor (first-gen Wahoo Tickr), and... Source: about 3 years ago
  • Hack fitness tech question - can I do this?
    I don't use the Wahoo Cadence, but I do use the first-gen Wahoo Tickr for heart rate, and my app of choice for fitness tracking has been Fitiv. It has worked well with GPS tracking and pairing with the Tickr, using either my phone (iPhone 8) or my watch (Apple series 2). I haven't tried any cadence sensor with this, and the closest mention I could find was this blog post from April 2020 where the writer talks... Source: over 3 years ago

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