At first, when the S Health app was introduced with the Samsung Galaxy devices, people were extremely excited about the opportunity of monitoring their workouts. But as time went by and feedback started to come, it became obvious that having to manually activate the workout monitoring isn’t really a turn on for most Samsung fans. So, the developer did the next best thing and introduced updates to the S Health App. One of them, available on the Samsung Galaxy S9, specifically targets the automatic recognition of workouts and default monitoring.
Call it a complicated name or don’t, but the essence is crystal-clear: as long as you have the Recognition of Workouts feature turned on, the smartphone will track your activity without you having to take any measures.
In fact, the only conditions that will give you access to this kind of automatic monitoring are:
- To have the Recognition of Workouts feature enabled;
- To do at least 10 minutes of sustained activity, this one being the timeframe after which the feature will start to monitor the basic details:
- Distance workout;
- Duration workout;
- Locations and route on the map etc.
We know, it sounds great and you probably don’t want to miss out on this big opportunity. Now that you’re here, reading this short article, you won’t have to miss it. Read on and learn how to instantly activate this awesome option.
The Exact Steps For Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus Recognizing Workouts:
- Access the App menu;
- Select the S Health app;
- Go to its menu, from the More button at the upper-right corner;
- Tap on Settings;
- Tap on Recognizing Workouts;
- Turn the dedicated switch next to the Recognizing Workouts feature from Off to On;
- Also, select the option that says “Record workout location” – in case you want to see your fitness route on the map.
And that was it. Go out and exercise, after the first 10 minutes the S Health on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will start keeping track of your activity!