27-09-2022 07:45 AM in
So in the Samsung Health app, you can find icons for several exercises (especially in the "add exercises" section), like f.e. "Deadlifts" and "Lat pull-downs". However, if you MUST press all of those button-thingys during your exercises you look more like an IT-guy lost in a gym then that you can focus your energy on the training itself.
Isn't it possible to combine several of those exercise options in "a program", give that a name, and commence with the whole array you just created? Getting info on reps, and in the right sequence of events you have programmed.
I can't see it. Did anyone accomplish this already, or found another way to use the watch with the health app succesfully in the gym?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
27-09-2022 08:00 AM - last edited 27-09-2022 08:04 AM
It's not possible to do a multi-exercise session in Samsung Health on the Phone. However, it is possible to this on the Galaxy Watch4/5. When you want to switch to another exercise, swipe left on the watch and click on New to add a new exercise. However, here also, you have to add them manually and a programmed option is not available as far as I know.
27-09-2022 06:23 PM - last edited 27-09-2022 06:25 PM