How do I sync my iFit to Apple fitness App?

Answered by Ricardo McCardle

To sync your iFit data to the Apple Fitness app, follow these steps:

1. Open the Apple Health app on your iPhone.
2. On the bottom menu, select the “Browse” tab.
3. Scroll down and tap on “Workout” under the “Browse Categories” section.
4. In the “Workout” section, scroll down until you see “Data Sources & Access.” Tap on it.
5. You should now see a list of available data sources. Look for “iFit” in the list. If it is not shown at the top, you will need to move it there to prioritize it as the data source for workouts.
6. To move iFit to the top of the list, tap on “Edit” in the top right corner of the screen.
7. Now, locate iFit in the list and use the three lines on the right side to drag it to the top.
8. Once iFit is at the top of the list, tap on “Done” in the top right corner to save the changes.

By setting iFit as the top data source in the Health app, it will be given priority for syncing workout data. This means that when you complete a workout using iFit, the data will be automatically synced to the Apple Fitness app.

It’s important to note that some apps or devices may require additional steps to sync with the Apple Health app. Make sure you have the latest version of the iFit app installed on your iPhone and that you have granted it permission to access your health data.

If you continue to experience issues with syncing iFit to the Apple Fitness app, you may need to reach out to iFit support for further assistance. They can provide specific troubleshooting steps based on your device and app version.

Remember to regularly check the Apple Health app to ensure that your workouts are being synced correctly. This will help you track your progress and keep all your fitness data in one place.

I hope this helps you sync your iFit data to the Apple Fitness app successfully!