Nike Training Club brings 180 new workouts to your Apple Watch

by Killian Bell July 25, 2018

Mix up your training and leave your iPhone at home with the new Nike Training Club app for Apple Watch.

With more than 180 workouts on offer, there’s always something new to try, whether you’re into strength training, yoga, endurance, or something else. It’s also completely free to enjoy.

Nike Training Club makes it easier to get fit with your iPhone, but taking your phone with you every time you workout can be a pain. That’s why athletes have been calling for Nike to bring its workouts to Apple Watch.

Now Nike Training Club for watchOS has arrived. But there’s a catch!

Nike Training Club on Apple Watch

Just like the iPhone app, Nike Training Club for Apple Watch offers more than 180 workouts featuring world-class Nike Master Trainers and elite Nike athletes.

All are available for free, and while you follow them, the app monitors your heart rate, calories burned, and other exercise statistics from your wrist. It also encourages you to reach your exercise goals with weekly notifications.

But before you hit the gym, there’s something you should know. You still need your iPhone to start a workout before it’s handed over to Apple Watch. So, if you plan to leave your phone at home, be sure to remember to start your workout before you hit the road.

To get started with Nike Training Club, download the iPhone app and it will be installed automatically on your Apple WatchNij.



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