Start a fitness challenge
If you have a Wear OS by Google device, you can do daily exercise challenges. You can track and increase your push-ups, sit-ups, or squats with the Google Fit app.
Begin a challenge
- If your watch’s screen is dim, tap it to wake it up.
- To open the list of apps, press the power button.
- Tap Fit Workout .
- Scroll down and tap Challenges.
- Tap the challenge you want to do.
- Select a difficulty.
- To do a challenge, make sure your watch is secure on your wrist. Then tap Start.
Pause or stop a challenge
- Halt a challenge: Tap Pause . You can continue the challenge later. Your progress will be saved for the rest of the day. It resets the next day.
- Continue a challenge: Tap Resume .
- End a challenge session: While a challenge is paused, tap Stop .
Learn about difficulty levels
You can choose Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced challenges. Fit will use this info to build a program to help you get stronger and do more exercises over the next 30 days.
- Beginner starts at 5 push-ups a day.
- Intermediate starts at 10 push-ups a day.
- Advanced starts at 20 push-ups a day.
- Beginner starts at 15 sit-ups a day.
- Intermediate starts at 30 sit-ups a day.
- Advanced starts at 50 sit-ups a day.
- Beginner starts at 15 squats a day.
- Intermediate starts at 30 squats a day.
- Advanced starts at 60 squats a day.
How the app tracks your reps
Fit will use motion sensors on the watch to automatically track your reps until you reach your daily goal.
- Your watch will buzz when you complete a rep.
- To make sure your reps are counted, use the form shown in the example videos.
- Reps might not be counted if they’re done fast or with a different form.