How to Use Your iPhone to Track Exercise

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Connect Wahoo key to iPhone 30-pin connector

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Launch the Wahoo Fitness app or any app that is compatible with the Wahoo key (over 75 apps - see wahoofitness.com)

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Choose your activity. Common uses, using a treadmill, cycling, gym calorie burn, etc.

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Wahoo Fitness app tracking screen

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Attach Stride sensor to your shoes

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Use a ANT+ heart rate strap

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The Wahoo key and app are compatible with ANT+ sensors such as cycling power meters and cadence sensors

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Warm up on treadmill, accurate stride and distance tracked. HR & calories tracked.

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Screen two, also note the Wahoo Fitness app can use GPS to track distance if cycling or running outside.

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Stats page

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All data is exportable, I export to Nike+ and Garmin Connect.

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With the Wahoo Key, a compatible app and ANT+ sensors your iPhone can act as the hub of your exercise tracking. Replacing your dedicated HRM watch, cycle computer, GPS watch, etc.

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I found the Wahoo key by chance when I saw it mentioned in the update for Walkmeter. I researched at wahoofitness.com, purchased it and the Garmin foot pod from Amazon.

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I use this setup everyday. I highly recommend you research this setup for your own exercise routines. My favorite use case is tracking Treadmill workouts.

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