Withings Pulse HR – How to use Workout Mode & connected GPS

Withings Pulse HR – How to use Workout Mode & connected GPS


When you do physical activity,
it’s important to measure your statistics accurately so you can improve. Discover how to use the Workout mode,
and connected GPS with Pulse HR. Pulse HR automatically measures walking,
running and swimming, and it can also track more than 30 different activities. Choose your 5 favorite activities from
Devices, Pulse HR, “Customise workouts” and rank your choice of workouts in order of priority. Once you have done this, enter the Timeline
and refresh it to sync Pulse HR and save your settings. When you want to measure your workout,
hold the Pulse HR button. Then, select your activity,
and hold again to start the session. During the workout session, Pulse HR measures your heart rate every second, and a stopwatch is displayed on the screen
to help you keep track of your efforts as closely as possible. Pressing the button will let you check
your distance and pace. You can also follow along in the app. Once you have finished your workout,
hold the Pulse HR button again to end the session. Or you can choose to discontinue
your session via the app. For all sports that involve
covering a certain distance, such as walking, running, cycling,
snowboarding or even kitesurfing, the workout mode is enhanced by connected GPS data. Connected GPS is a feature that uses your smartphone’s GPS
to measure your route during the session, including your pace, elevation and distance. So keep your smartphone close to hand, keep Bluetooth enabled and allow
the Health Mate app to use your location. At the end of your session,
you will find a map of your route with all your data. You can even enhance it with a photo, and if you have an iOS device,
you can share it with your friends and family on social media. You now know all there is to know
about workout mode and connected GPS. Now, it’s over to you to give it a go. If you have any questions, please feel free to visit
support.withings.com for more information. Thanks for watching.

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