A lot of people use Heart rate monitors, GPS watches and other gadgets to track their workouts. But did you know, that you can also upload your files and store them in your training diary log?
In this article you will learn about:
PS! If you are using a sports watch, which has its own training log platform online, have a look at this article to see if you can automate the process
Uploading single workout files
First, you need to have access to the training files of your gadget. Depending on what gadget you are using, this can be more or less complicated. Since there are so many different gadgets, we recommend to Google it! You can use phrases like: How can I access my (device name) training files.
When you have accessed your files, all you have to do is drag and drop your file into a training entry. Sportlyzer will read your file and you will be able to make final adjustments, like add a comment or adjust the intensity slider.
There are really a lot of different data types in use for storing workouts. If for some reason, your upload fails or your data format is not supported, please send us an email and we will try to add the missing data type.
Uploading multiple workouts from one file
If you have multiple workouts combined in one file, you should click on the "Upload" button on the top-right of your training diary. When you upload your file here, Sportlyzer will make sure to create separate workouts for each workout in your file.