If you’re an athlete looking to sync Strava with Apple Health and FitWoody, you’ve come to the right article.
Strava is really good app for cycling and running enthusiasts, offering insights into your training performance, distance covered, and much more. The platform also boasts a feed for sharing workouts and engaging with fellow users. If you’re curious about syncing your workouts from Strava with Apple Health and integrating them with FitWoody, this guide is for you.
Sync Strava with Apple Health to share workouts
Before integrating Strava with FitWoody, it’s essential first to sync your Strava activities with Apple Health. Follow these steps:
- Launch the latest version of Strava on your smartphone.
- Navigate to Profile > Settings.
- Select Apps, Services & Devices > Health.
- From the next menu, pick Apple Health and tap ‘Connect’.
- You’ll see a list of categories that Strava can share with Apple Health. Ensure you select «workouts» to share your activity data. You can also select other categories or opt for «All categories» to share everything.
- Confirm your choices and tap «Allow».
Missed giving permission for Apple Health to access Strava data?
If you overlooked the permission step during Strava installation, here’s how to rectify it:
- Go to «Settings» followed by “Privacy”.
- Choose “Health”, find and select the Strava app.
- Click “Enable all” or pick the specific data types you’d like to share.
Why share your training data with FitWoody?
- Tailored Insights: Sharing various workout modalities, like elliptical training or road cycling, with FitWoody provides insights into each activity’s impact on your body, helping you refine your regimen.
- Human Understanding: FitWoody recognizes that not every day can be a superhero day. There are days when you might need rest, or perhaps you didn’t get enough sleep. FitWoody takes into account all these human factors when defining and adjusting your goals, ensuring a balanced and empathetic approach to your well-being.
- Long-term Tracking: By syncing workouts with Apple Health and pairing FitWoody with Strava, you benefit from an overarching view of your physical progress.