Track your exercise

 

Whatever keeps you moving––air squats, push-ups, weight lifting, elliptical, or sit-ups––Microsoft Band can help you track your workout.



The Exercise Tile tracks your favorite workout routines and records your stats so you can get the most out of your workout.

Recommended workouts:

Activity
Elliptical
Yoga
Rowing
Stairclimbing
Weightlifting

 Track your workout

Step 1: On your Band, press the power button.
Step 2: Swipe left and tap the Exercise Tile
Exercise Pane
.
Step 3:

Under Start a new workout, tap the workout type and swipe up or down to select a new exercise (this Step applies to Microsoft Band 2 only).

Step 4:

Press the action button to begin your exercise routine.   

Step 5:

When you’re done or want to take a break, press the action button again to pause.
While you're taking a break, you can use the back arrow to check email or use other features on your Band. Tap the Exercise Tile

Exercise Pane
to return to our workout.

Resume or end your bike ride

  • Swipe left and tap Resume to continue exercising.
  • Swipe left and tap End Session to display your stats.

 Customize exercise settings in the Microsoft Band app

You can choose which exercises appear on your Band. Here’s how:

Step 1:On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2:Tap Menu  > Manage tiles > Exercise.
Step 3:Tap the toggle to the right of an exercise to enable or disable it on your Band.
Step 4:Tap Confirm.

Exercise settings in the Microsoft Health app

You can also create up to five custom exercise labels:

Step 1:On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2:Tap Menu   > Manage tiles > Exercise.
Step 3:Under Customize, tap edit.
Step 4:Enter your custom exercise labels and tap Confirm.

Create custom exercise labels

 Name, share, or delete a workout in the Band app

You can name, rename, or delete a workout or share it on social media.

Name or rename a workout

This can help you track your improvement in a specific workout over time. Choose names like “Morning push-ups“ or “Weight lifting at gym.”

Step 1: On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2: On the Home screen, tap your latest workout
Exercise Pane
.
Step 3: On the summary screen, choose a workout, scroll to the bottom of the screen, and tap name or rename.
Step 4: In the text box, enter a name for your workout and tap Accept
Accept icon
.

Share a workout

Share your favorite workouts with your friends via your favorite social networking sites, messaging, or email. To learn more, see Sharing your activities.

Step 1: On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2: On the Home screen, tap your latest workout
Exercise Pane
.
Step 3: On the summary screen, choose a workout, scroll to the bottom of the screen, and tap share > ok.

Delete a workout

If you don’t want to keep a record of a workout:

Step 1: On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2: On the Home screen, tap your latest workout
Exercise Pane
.
Step 3: On the summary screen, choose a workout, scroll to the bottom of the screen, and tap delete > ok.

 View your workout stats

There are several ways to see your Exercise Tile stats: on your Band, in the Band app on your phone, and online in your Microsoft Health web dashboard.

On your Band

Your Band shows you key stats from your last workout. When you’re done with your workout, swipe left to cycle through your stats. Your Band will show:

Duration icon
Workout type and duration
Calories burned icon
Calories burned
Maximum heart rate icon
Peak and average heart rate

On your phone

In the Band app on your phone, you can see daily charts of your performance and progress. Your workout stats sync from your Band to the Band app. View them to track your progress.

To see your stats from your most recent workout:

  • On the Home screen in the Microsoft Band app, tap Exercise
    Exercise Pane
    .

To see your stats from an earlier workout:

  • In the Microsoft Band app, tap Menu   > History and tap a workout you did earlier (listed by its name and the date and time you did it).

You’ll see a chart of the changes in your heart rate throughout the workout, along with:

Duration icon
Workout duration and recovery time
Calories burned icon
Calories burned with detail on fats and carbs burned
Maximum heart rate icon
Peak, average, and ending heart rate with high and low
Note
If your workout is a personal best, you’ll see a Trophy
Trophy icon
.

Online in your Microsoft Health web dashboard

In addition to showing you the guided workout stats that you can see in the Band app, your Microsoft Health web dashboard provides advanced fitness tracking and information you can use to help you achieve your wellness goals.

 Turn the Exercise Tile on or off

For info on how to turn the Exercise Tile on or off, see Manage tiles and notifications.

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