Apple’s Smart Watch Series 7 just recently rolled out, and it’s gotten a huge number of sales, which is not surprising for any Apple product.
Athletes seem to be switching to Apple’s Smart Watch due to its Workout app, which to no one’s surprise, does amazing measuring of all statistics any athlete could possibly need.
Additionally, the Apple Watch directly syncs all your workouts to the ‘Activity’ app on your iPhone, which also gives you a detailed insight into all types of charts, maps, or trends you might need as an athlete to keep track of your workout progress as time passes by.
However, it often happens for the workout entry to get accidentally deleted on the device, or wrong measurements are entered by accident.
Unfortunately, the Workout app on the Apple Watch does not have an ‘Edit’ button which can help you to easily get rid of faulty data that was entered.
But, before you get disappointed, an important note: there’s a workaround that can help you to edit already entered data on your Apple Watch, and we’ll teach you the trick.
Before we dive into the detailed step-by-step process of making edits and adjustments on your Apple Watch, you need to understand how the data gets entered, so you can easily edit your workouts later on.
Based on the workout type you’ve chosen, your smartwatch gathers intel about your heart rate, pace, and speed.
However, for workouts such as cycling or running, the Apple Watch will also log the route you passed.
Hence, the Apple Watch will save all this data as ‘samples’ for future reference. All saved samples can be considered as measurements of your progress at a certain point.
Editing a workout on your Apple Watch can be done. However, it’s a bit trickier, as opposed to deleting a workout altogether.
To edit a workout on your Apple Watch app, follow the steps listed below:
Editing a workout on an Apple Watch is too much of a hassle, and you might prefer to delete the faulty workout and enter a new one instead.
Follow the steps below to add a workout to the Activity app:
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