Smart Shoes Running With Your Phone

Running With Your Phone

On the off chance that you choose for run with your UA Connected Footwear and a partner MapMy application, for example, MapMyRun, you’ll get extra details that can help improve your general presentation.

Details recorded when running with UA Connected Footwear and your MapMy application include:

  • Guide/course
  • Height
  • Rhythm
  • Step length*
  • Constant pace from shoe sensor + normal pace
  • Start/stop time
  • Term
  • Parts

only accessible with HOVR shoes.

Step by step instructions to Run with Your UA Connected Footwear + MapMy App

When your shoes have been matched the first run through, the application will naturally look for and endeavor to interface with your shoes each time you open the application. While looking for your shoes, a red stacking circle will show up around the shoe symbol in the upper right, as presented underneath. To guarantee a fruitful association, ensure your shoes are conscious and close by.

At the point when your shoes associate with the application, a dropdown pennant will quickly show up demonstrating your shoes have associated. At the point when it vanishes, the shoe symbol will have a green checkmark on it, as presented underneath.

In the event that the shoe symbol following right after you Workout screen is feeling the loss of the green checkmark, it implies your shoes are not associated. Follow the tips delineated here to get your shoes associated with the application.

Prior to starting an exercise, ensure you have chosen the right movement type. The shoes can record any sort of run/walk (indoor and outside); nonetheless, it’s ideal in the event that you select “Treadmill Run” or “Treadmill Walk” if turning out to be inside.

To change movement type, tap the settings pinion in the upper right > tap “See More Activities” > tap “All” > tap the amplifying glass > type your ideal action type and tap it. Note that this will remain your action type for future exercises until changed by you.

You can likewise empower/cripple relevant exercise settings, for example, Voice Feedback, Auto-Pause, Delay Start Timer, Coaching (MVP just), and Live Tracking (MVP just) from the Workout Setup screen.

When your exercise is set up accurately, you can tap the “Done” symbol (iOS), or the back bolt (Android) to re-visitation of the Start Workout screen. Tap the green “Start Workout” catch to start recording an exercise.

To end your exercise, first, tap “Delay Workout” and afterward press the “Hold to Finish” button for a couple of moments, until the red circle is finished. Subsequent to completing an exercise, an exercise can’t be continued. Finally, tweak your exercise post and spare it!

Review Workouts

When you’ve finished an exercise in your Connected Footwear, you can see it by opening the MapMy application and getting to your Training Dashboard or Activity Feed.

On iOS, tap the “Preparation” symbol in the base route bar. On Android, open the application’s Menu by tapping the symbol with three flat bars in the upper left corner of the application, at that point select “Dashboard” from the rundown.

From the Dashboard, tab over to your Workouts list. All exercises recorded with your Connected Footwear are shown by a red shoe symbol, as observed underneath. Tap on an exercise to see subtleties.

Look down to see the full exercise subtleties. For longer exercises, you can scroll evenly over Pace, Stride Length, Cadence, and (if appropriate) Heart Rate bar outlines to see information over all parts.

Tap the “Show All Data” catch to see extra information, for example, rise, pace versus rise, and rhythm versus rise diagrams. Pulse charts will likewise show up here whenever recorded with the utilization of an outer pulse screen.

FAQs

What is rhythm and what does it measure?

Rhythm estimates steps every moment, or how regularly your feet hit the ground. There is nobody right rhythm, however for the most part less experienced sprinters have a rhythm that is excessively low.

What is stride length and what does it measure?

Your step length is the separation between two back to back strides of a similar foot. Following your step length can keep you from “overstriding,” which is regularly connected to injury. Most tenderfoot sprinters have a step length that is excessively long.

What is a Gait Coaching tip?

We use Stride Length and Cadence information recorded by UA Connected Footwear to help improve competitor execution by means of an element called Gait Coaching. You can get familiar with Gait Coaching here!

Would i be able to run without my telephone?

Indeed, however the exercise won’t have a guide of your course or any rhythm information. To study how to run untethered, look at our Help Center article on Running Without Your Phone.