Samsung’s fitness tracker is finally here, and it’s packed with fitness features that will make you feel like you’re actually training.
It has a heart rate monitor, a sleep tracker, a step counter, and even a treadmill, all for $99.
It’s also got a ton of new features that make the Fit even more useful than its predecessor, the Fitbit Charge.
Here’s how to get started.
How to add the Samsung Fitness tracker to your Samsung device.
Samsung’s Fit app for iOS and Android will let you connect your Fit to the device with Bluetooth, and you can get started with just the Bluetooth connection.
You’ll need to install the Fit app on your device to do this.
In the Samsung app, tap the Fit button, then tap Connect.
On the Connect page, tap Connect to begin.
Once you’ve connected, you’ll be prompted to set up the tracker.
On your Fit device, you can choose the fitness tracking option to be enabled.
From there, select Fit mode to activate the tracker and sync your data.
On Fit, tap Settings to start using the device.
If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge user, you’re likely familiar with the Fit interface.
If not, check out this video to see how it works on the new S7 and S7 edge.
In Fit mode, you might want to change your workout goal to “moderate” or “exercise.”
That way, you won’t need to do more than a few sets per workout.
Once your goal is set, you should see a barbell or dumbbell resting in front of you.
The barbell and dumbbell are the first items you’ll see when you start using Fit, so select the barbell option.
You can also select a resistance band to track your daily activity.
When you’re ready to start tracking your daily exercise, tap Start tracking and enter the tracking data.
You may see the first of your daily workouts show up.
Then, tap Done to exit the tracker interface.
How much fitness data do I need?
The Samsung Fit is a full-fledged fitness tracker, so you’ll need plenty of data to track workouts.
To track a workout, simply enter the workout into the Fit, and tap Done.
Then tap your goal in the bottom left, and the bar will move to the next goal.
This means you can add additional goals.
Once a goal is reached, the bar moves to the bottom right, and a bar will stay in place until you tap Done, at which point the bar and barbell will be moved back to the start.
You’re done with the workout data.
How can I track a specific exercise?
To track specific exercises, simply tap the Exercise button, and then the Exercise bar will appear in the Fit.
The Exercise bar is an exercise tracker with a heart-rate monitor, step counter and treadmill.
To see the data associated with the exercise, click the exercise button, tap Exercise, and follow the instructions.
You might need to make adjustments to your workout, but you should be able to get the most out of your data collection.
How do I choose the workout type?
Fit trackers have a variety of workouts that can be recorded in the app.
You could also choose to only track a certain type of exercise by tapping the Choose type button.
You get to choose from two types of workouts.
You have the choice of one or two of the following types of exercises.
Exercise type one: The exercise is simple, with no additional weights or resistance.
It can include squats, lunges, and leg presses.
Exercise mode two: This is a longer-range workout.
The exercise will include some weight lifting or a high-rep set.
The goal is to get to a point where you can do the reps without losing any of the intensity.
You won’t have to use any weights, so don’t be afraid to take a little bit of time off from your workouts to catch up.
Choose from a variety