Track your fitness activity

You can track your walks, runs, bike rides, and more on Google Fit. Check how many steps you took and see how long you rode your bike, played soccer, or went skiing.

You can see your workout history on all devices where you use Fit. If something isn’t accurate, edit the activity.

What you can measure

  • Time
  • Steps
  • Calories
  • Distance. Note: Distance isn't tracked for stationary biking.
  • Weight. Note: Enter your weight manually to track it.
  • Elevation. Note: Elevation is only tracked for certain outdoor activities.

To see the distance you've gone or how many calories you've burned, fill out your height, weight, age, and gender.

Get real-time stats

You can see live info about your activities, such as pace during a run.

Fit might use sensors available on your device to help calculate these metrics.

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. Tap Add Add data and then Track workout Start activity.
  3. To select the activity you’re about to start, tap the Down arrow Down Arrow.
  4. Tap Start workout.
    • If you're riding a bike, carry your phone in your pocket. Tracking will be more accurate than if your phone is mounted or in a backpack.

You'll see stats like time, steps, calories, distance, elevation, and more.

Hear real-time stats

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Profile.
  3. At the top, tap Settings Settings.
  4. Under "Workouts," tap Spoken announcements.
  5. Choose to turn announcements on or off, the frequency of announcements, and other settings.

Stop collecting activity or location data in Fit

Stop automatically tracking activity

On your phone

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Profile.
  3. At the top, tap Settings Settings.
  4. Under "Activity tracking," tap Automatic activity tracking and then Off.

On your watch

  1. On your watch, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. Scroll down and tap Settings and then Fit account.
  3. Tap Sign out.

Turn off location tracking for certain activities

You can stop Fit from tracking your location when it automatically tracks an activity like walking or running.

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Profile.
  3. At the top, tap Settings Settings.
  4. Under "Activity tracking," tap Use your location and then Off.

Turn off location tracking completely

You can stop Fit from ever using your location to track activities.

On your phone

  1. On your Android phone, open the Settings app Settings.
  2. Tap Apps & notifications.
  3. Tap the Google Fit app Google Fit.
    • If you don’t see it, tap See all apps and find Fit in the list.
  4. Tap Permissions.
  5. Turn off Location.

On your watch

  1. If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch.
  2. Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  3. Tap Settings Settings and then Apps & notifications.
  4. Tap App permissions and then System apps.
  5. Find the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  6. Turn off Location.

Learn more about how to manage Google Fit settings.

Delete your data

Delete your activity

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Profile.
  3. At the top, tap Settings Settings.
  4. Under "Google Fit data", tap Manage your data and then Manage data.
  5. Next to "Activities" tap Delete and then Delete.

Delete your location data stored in Fit

  1. On your phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Profile.
  3. At the top, tap Settings Settings.
  4. Under "Google Fit data", tap Delete history and then Manage data.
  5. Next to "Location" tap Delete and then Delete.

See more health and fitness info

You can connect more apps with Google Fit to see details about your activity, nutrition, and sleep. Learn more about how to sync apps with Google Fit.

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