Training and exercise
Training goals are essentially the goals you set for yourself when you start using your Easyfit HR. Actually, they are the number of steps you take during the day. Steps are behind the development of the goal ladder which you can set on your device. The second goal you will be asked to enter is the number of hours of sleep you want to get.
It’s very simple. On the Home screen of the Easyfit HR app, you’ll find all the information you need to monitor the progress of your exercise in relation to the targets you’ve set yourself.
As you can see in the centre of the screen you’ll find a round indicator that shows the steps you’ve taken during the day. Inside this indicator, you’ll find your daily goal and the percentage of the goal achieved, which is updated in real time. To get a more detailed overview of the progress of your exercise, you can click on the graph in the centre to see the bar graph divided into time slots.
Every time you decide to exercise, just launch the training mode from the display on your Easyfit HR. Press down on the display of your watch until you see the icons menu. The first icon at the top is the one that indicates specific training sessions. It essentially allows you to start the stopwatch to monitor your exercise session. During this session, you’ll have the ability to track steps, calories and distance covered, independently from your overall daily tracking.
The training info detected by your device can be viewed in the “details” section of the app
Does my Easyfit HR have a GPS function?
No, your Easyfit HR does not have this feature.
This is a warning you can set to remind yourself to move if you’re inactive. We recommend activating this feature as it’s particularly convenient for anyone with a sedentary lifestyle. How does it work? It’s easy: if you haven’t moved for half an hour, you’ll feel your Easyfit HR vibrate reminding you to move.