• Troubleshooting Heart Rate Monitor And Bluetooth Issues

    If you own a heart rate monitor (HRM) with Bluetooth 4.0 (Smart) capacity, you can use it to record your heart rate while tracking with the adidas Running app. Instructions on how to connect your device can be found here. 

    As there are many devices on the market from various manufacturers with different specifications, we cannot always guarantee that your device will work flawlessly with the app. However, the following tips will resolve many of the most common connection issues:

    Minimum Requirements (iOS):

    • Your phone: iOS12
    • Your heart rate monitor: Bluetooth 4.0 capability (Smart) 
    • Your adidas Running app: Latest version installed from the App Store

    Configure the following settings in your phone:

    • Make sure that bluetooth is turned on and that your phone screen is on
    • Close any background apps that may be using the sensor before connecting to the adidas Running app 
    • Do not connect the HRM directly in your phone’s bluetooth settings. If it already is connected there, be sure to disconnect it:

    iOS: Settings > Bluetooth > tap “i” next to your HRM > Forget This Device.

    • Connect the HRM in the adidas Running app via the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button followed by “Heart Rate”. More info here. (link to connect HRM article) 
    • If you cannot establish a Bluetooth connection between the HRM and your phone, please try the following:
    1. Switch Bluetooth off and back on from your mobile device.
    2. Restart your mobile device. (Make sure you close out of all open apps before trying to reconnect)
    3. Disconnect and reconnect your HRM directly in the adidas Running app

    Make sure that the HRM itself is in good condition:

    • Check whether the battery of the device needs replacing
    • Make sure the device’s firmware is up-to-date
    • Wipe the sensor with a damp cloth and hand wash the belt well with soap and water as dirt can often cause connection errors.
    • Make sure the HRM is tight but comfortable around the chest to ensure a good connection; if the monitor moves or slips it may disrupt readings
    • Close the adidas Running app and remove the heart rate sensor from the strap. Wait 30 seconds, place the sensor back on the strap then reopen the app.
    • If this does not help, remove the battery and touch and hold both sensor points for at least 10 seconds. Wait 5 minutes then put the battery back in. 

    If your connection issues persist and the device’s LEDs are still working, it is possible that you’re experiencing a signal interference from a nearby app or device. In this case, please unpair your HRM from any previously paired apps or devices. Keep in mind that certain devices that transmit wireless signals could also be interfering with the connection, such as wireless headphones, wireless routers, or fitness machines, e.g. treadmills. You may need to move to a new environment away from any potential interferences.  

    Note: You can also track your heart rate using wireless headphones with integrated HRM (Bluetooth Smart Technology). Use these same troubleshooting steps if you have any difficulties with the connection.

    Still having trouble with the connection? Please submit a request below and include details of the phone and device you are using. 

  • Share a Status Post to the News Feed

    Do you want to let your fitness friends know how your training is going? Or have you simply got something interesting to share with the fitness community? Create a text status post and share it to the News Feed using the simple steps below:

    • Open the adidas Running app
    • Tap “News Feed” on your tab bar
    • Click the “New Post” button in the top left corner
    • Type your text update
    • Tap “Publish” in the top right corner

    If you wish to delete the post once it has been shared to the News Feed, follow the short steps below:

    • Open the adidas Running app
    • Open the News Feed
    • Select your text status post
    • Tap the three dots in the top right corner
    • Click “Delete” then confirm the deletion
  • Image Sharing

    Create your own custom image and share it to any of the platforms installed on your device, for example, Instagram, Facebook, or Whatsapp. 

    The Share screen will pop up immediately after you’ve saved your activity with the adidas Running app. Follow the simple steps below:

    • When the share screen pops up, tap “Create and share your image”
    • Click on any of the two icons displayed directly under your stats 
    • Now let’s create your image:

    Icon 1. Select a previous photo from your gallery or tap the photo icon to take a photo with your camera

    Icon 2. Select one of the default images that we’ve created for you. Look for new images around your favorite holiday! 

    • Tap “Share” in the top right corner
    • Select your preferred platform and inspire your family, friends, or followers with your adidas Running progress!
  • GPS Troubleshooting Guide for iPhones

    If you’re having difficulties tracking distance with your Runtastic app, it is likely that your iPhone is experiencing GPS issues. The steps below should help you to obtain and maintain a strong GPS signal.

    There are a number of troubleshooting steps to try to get your GPS working again on your iPhone. We recommend going through them in this order to determine what the cause might be:

    Step 1 Install the latest version of iOS once it becomes available and make sure you have installed the latest version of the Runtastic app on your iPhone

    Step 2 Ensure that the GPS signal indicator is green before you hit start. Try to avoid starting your activity in area where there may be a weaker GPS signal, for example near high buildings, deep forests or near huge amounts of water like lakes or sea.

    Step 3 Check the app’s location permissions

    One of the most common issues is people forget to enable location services for the Runtastic app. To check, follow the steps below:

    1. Go to your iPhone settings and select Privacy
    2. Select Location Services.
    3. Make sure that Location Services is enabled*
    4. Scroll down to find Runtastic in the list
    5. Tap the app and select “Always”

    * If Location Services are already enabled, try switching the toggle on and off again to refresh the setting

    Step 4 Check that Airplane mode is switched off

    To check Airplane mode settings, follow the steps below:

    1. Go to your iPhone settings and select Airplane Mode
    2. Toggle Airplane mode on and then off again. Make sure it remains disabled before you start your activity

    Step 5 Set your timezone correctly

    For GPS-enabled apps to work properly, your device needs to have the correct date and time.To verify your date and time settings on your iPhone, follow the steps below:

    1. Go to your iPhone’s settings
    2. Select Date & Time
    3. Select Set Automatically

    Step 6 Reset Network settings

    In order to obtain a strong GPS signal, your iPhone must have a satisfactory network reception. Be sure to deal with any network issues first if you’re facing GPS difficulties using the troubleshooting steps below:

    1. Disconnect then reconnect to your network
    2. Turn off LTE and select 3G

    Step 7 Perform a soft reset

    1. Press and hold the Sleep/wake button and the power button at the same time. Hold the buttons for at least 10 seconds
    2. release the buttons when you see the Apple logo.

    Step 8 Check whether you have given the app permission to use the "approximate location"  on iOS14, as this can also result in GPS issues. 

  • Apple Music

    If you’re subscribed to Apple Music, you can access four awesome Runtastic music playlists to accompany you during your workouts and help keep you motivated! To choose your playlist, follow the simple steps below:

    • Tap the Music Player icon on the left side of the “Start” button
    • Under “Music and Fitness” swipe through the available playlists
    • Tap on a playlist to view the song titles, artist names and the playlist duration
    • Select “Start” and your Runtastic playlist will begin playing
  • Notification Inbox

    Your received notifications will be available for you to read at any time in your brand new Notification Inbox. 

    The bell icon in the top right corner of your News Feed will tell you when you have a new notification waiting for you. Tap the icon to view your Notification Inbox, where you can look through your received notifications and check out what’s going on in your adidas fitness community.

    The following notifications* are currently available in your Notification Inbox: 

    • received follow requests
    • accepted follow requests
    • comments from followers on your activities
    • likes from followers on your activities
    • invitations to join a group
    • live activities from users you follow 

    Changes to these notifications can be done in the notifications settings. To get to the notification settings click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of your notification inbox. 

    *Your Notification Inbox will be continuously expanded, so keep your eye out for additional notifications in the future!

  • Edit an Activity

    In order to edit your activity in the adidas Running app, follow the steps below:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab
    • Your most recent activities will be displayed at the top of the screen. To view your full history, tap “Show more”
    • Tap the activity you wish to edit
    • Open the menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Tap “Edit”
    • On the next screen, make changes to your Sport Type, Elevation Gain & Loss, Start Time & Duration, and Distance by tapping each value (the calories will be recalculated automatically*)
    • Additionally you can add your workout notes, take and remove a photo, or choose one from your gallery and record your feeling and the running surface.  
    • Save your changes by tapping “Save” in the top right corner 
  • Add a Manual Activity

    To add a workout manually in the adidas Running app follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab
    • Tap “Add an activity manually” directly below “Recent Activities” 
    • Choose your activity type, then set a duration, distance and start time (the burnt calories are calculated automatically)
    • Save your workout by tapping "Next" followed by "Done" in the top right corner
  • Records

    Records is a fun and motivating Premium feature (in the adidas Runtastic Premium Membership), which helps you keep track of your personal bests. To view your records, go to the "Progress" bar and tap “Show more” next to "Records". Tap on the individual record to see the details of the activity in which the record was achieved.  You can view your fastest kilometer, fastest 5K, your fastest marathon and many more records. View, challenge and beat records for a variety of activities.

    Delete a Record

    If you are awarded a record by mistake, for instance, due to a tracking error, you can delete it. Just tap on the three dots next to the record you wish to delete and tap “Remove from Records”. 

  • Smartwatch Support

    In order to provide the best possible user experience, we will focus on developing the app for our Apple Watch users. Unfortunately, this means that it will no longer be possible to connect your Pebble or Casio STB-1000 Smartwatch to the adidas Running app. 

  • Connect a Heart Rate Monitor

    The adidas Running app gives you the option of connecting a Heart Rate Monitor so you can record your heart rate during a running session. To connect a Heart Rate Monitor, simply open the Activity Setup by tapping the Activity Setup icon next to the “Start” button and tap “Heart Rate”. 

    Runtastic Heart Rate Combo Monitor

    To connect the Runtastic Heart Rate Combo Monitor, make sure that the Bluetooth of your device is switched on and then put on the Monitor like you would when going for a run.

    Other Monitors

    This option allows you to connect other Heart Rate Monitors. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that your HR monitor will work as each device can have different specifications.

    Setting up Heart Rate zones

    The option "Edit your Heart Rate Zones" allows you to customize the Heart Rate Zones to fit your personal values.

  • EU Roaming Regulations 2017

    If you are living and traveling within the EU, you don’t have to give a second thought to telephoning, messaging or surfing the Internet on your phone. This means that you can still use your adidas Runtastic apps while on vacation.

    Which countries no longer have roaming fees?

    All EU countries, as well as Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland. Other countries, such as Switzerland, still apply roaming charges as they always have.

    Take note: Before using the adidas Running app in any of the affected countries, please make sure to contact your mobile provider to find out more about how this new regulation affects you.

  • Privacy Settings

    Follow the steps below to edit your Privacy Settings:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab followed by the “gear icon”
    • Tap “Privacy"
    • Here you can control who views the information that you share with the adidas Runtastic apps by selecting either “Everybody” (all adidas Runtastic apps users), “Friends” (your fitness friends) or “Only me”.

    My Profile: Settings related to all the data you have added to your Profile (via Settings > Profile). It includes the following information:

    - General Information (birthday, gender, height)
    - Contact Information (email address, country)

    If you select the “Only me” privacy setting, only your first and last name will be visible to other users.

    Activity: Settings related to all the data on your activities including information like Maps, Distance, Time, Pace, Calories etc. Selecting “Only me” means that your activities will only be visible to you and will not appear in your friends’ News Feed.

    Maps: Settings related to the maps from your GPS-tracked sessions. If “Only me” is selected and a user navigates to the Details page of your activity, a message will be displayed instead of your map. The map will also not be displayed in the News Feed.

    Photos: Settings related to all the photos (both profile picture and photos of your activities) you have posted in the app. Any photos that you post will not be visible to other users if the “Only me” option is selected.

    Training Plans: Settings related to all the training plans you are currently using or have purchased. If you do not want your Training Plans to be visible to other users, select “Only Me”

    At the bottom of the page, you can choose whether to join the Steps/Running Leaderboards.

  • Groups feature

    Create a Group and Invite Members

    To create a group in the adidas Running app, follow the steps below:

    • Tap the “Community” tab
    • Select “Groups & Community”. 
    • Tap the plus symbol in the top right corner
    • Give your group a name and a description 
    • Add a photo to your group if you wish to by tapping the camera icon - you can take a new photo with your camera or choose one from your device’s gallery
    • Tap “Create” in the top right corner

    Once the group is created, you can tap on the three dots in the top right corner and “Invite Members”. Your existing followers will be listed here. You can add them to your group by tapping the plus next to their name.

    To invite members to your group with a private message, tap “Invite others with a Link”.

    Join/Leave Group

    Tap the “Profile” tab and select “Groups & Communities” to see your pending Group Invitations. Here, you can either accept or decline the invitation.   

    To leave a group, open the Group, tap on the three dots in the top right corner and tap “Leave Group”.

    Edit Group Name or Description

    As Group Admin, you can edit the group name, change the group photo and add or remove group members at any time. Simply tap on the group you created followed by the three dots in the top right corner. Choose either “Edit Group” or “Edit Members” and make the necessary changes.

    If you wish to remove a member from the group, swipe left on the member’s name and tap “Remove”.

    Note: Once a Group is created, it can not be deleted.

  • Start an Activity with Siri

    Siri is your personal assistant on your iPhone. As of now, you’ll be able to control your fitness activities with Siri: “Hello Siri, start a run!” starts a running activity with your adidas Running app.

    Additionally, you can cancel, pause, resume or stop an activity by telling Siri to do so.

    Note: Make sure to allow Siri to access the adidas Running app. Open the settings on your iPhone and select “Siri”. Select “App support” and enable the adidas Running app.

  • Restore In-App purchases

    If you purchased an In-App feature, e.g. the Premium Membership, it might happen, that the extra feature is not anymore available for you later on or not activated yet.

    If that is the case, you are able to restore the In-App purchase. 

    To do so, tap the “Profile” tab followed by the “gear icon” to reach the settings of the adidas Running app. Choose "adidas Running" and then "Restore In-App Purchases".

    Make sure to use the same Apple account you used when you purchased the extra feature the first time.

  • Shoe Tracking

    Do you know the last time you changed your running shoes? We recommend that you change your running shoes, depending on the model, about every 500 kilometers to reduce the risk of injury.

    The Shoe Tracking feature automatically assigns your kilometers to your running shoe.

    Add a Shoe

    Follow these simple steps to add a shoe for the first time:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Scroll to “My Shoes”
    • Tap “Add Your First Shoe”
    • Select the brand of your shoe from the list or enter the brand in the search field
    • Select your model from the list or enter the model in the search field
    • You can either use the available picture of the model or add one of your own - just tap on the photo icon
    • Enter a Nickname, Size and Color for your shoe and tap “Next” to save your information
    • Select a date from which all your activities since then will be assigned to your shoe
    • Select the Activity Type you would like to assign to the shoe* and tap “Next” to save your information
    • Set a limit for your shoe** and tap “Done”

    * Shoe Tracking is available for Running, Walking, Nordic Walking, Hiking and Running (Treadmill).

    ** We recommend retiring your shoes after 500 km. At this point, the cushioning capability of your shoes decreases, exposing your joints to greater shock and force.

    Note: If you cannot find the brand or model of your shoe, select “Other” and enter the model name in the Nickname field.

    Edit the Details of a Shoe and View the Statistics

    Follow these simple steps to edit the details of a shoe or view the statistics:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Scroll to “My Shoes” and tap "Manage Shoes"
    • Select the shoe you wish to edit
    • On this screen, you can see all the relevant statistics: In use since, Activities, Average Pace, Total elevation Gain/Loss
    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Edit the desired details (the date of the first usage of the shoe can not be changed) and tap “Save”

    Add or Reassign an Activity to a Shoe

    Follow these simple steps to add or reassign an activity to a shoe:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Select “Show more” to open your History
    • Select the appropriate activity
    • Open the second tab (the picture frame) and tap “Select your running shoe”
    • Select the desired running shoe from the list or add a new shoe

    Retire the Shoe

    If your shoe has exceeded the recommended distance, you will receive a notification in an info screen. You can ignore the message by tapping “Not now” or view the details of the shoe by tapping “Go to shoe”.  

    Here, you have the possibility to retire your shoe by tapping “Retire”.

    Note: Currently, you cannot reactivate a shoe. If you have already retired it, you cannot restore it.

    If your shoe is already worn out before the recommended distance, you can retire the shoe manually:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Scroll to “My Shoes” and tap “Manage Shoes”
    • Select your shoe
    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Tap “Retire”
  • GPS Info, Tips & Tricks

    If your GPS results appear to be inaccurate or you are not able to get GPS signal please follow these instructions:

    1. Make sure you have installed the latest version of the relevant adidas Runtastic app.

    2. Reboot your iPhone and make sure that you open the app with a direct line to the sky - then wait to lock a GPS signal with green indicator - this may take several minutes.

    3. Turn airplane mode and Wi-Fi off in phone settings.

    4. Before you start tracking your next session, be sure to wait until there is a green GPS signal indicator. If not, open iOS maps, then open the adidas Running app and let it search for 2-5 minutes to lock onto a GPS signal.

    5. If none of the above work, it is possible the app did not download to the phone correctly, try deleting/reinstalling the app.

    6. Keep an eye on the battery level of your phone as tracking can drain the battery quickly.

    Note: Your activity history will be cleared from the device, so make sure that you upload all sessions to your adidas account beforehand.

    Note: If you do experience a weak GPS signal and your activity tracking appears inaccurate, you can edit your session manually in the adidas Running app afterwards. Also it needs to be said that due to the different built-in GPS modules in each iPhone we can’t guarantee exact tracking results. When starting please try to avoid the following areas:

    - High buildings
    - Deep forests
    - Areas where it's very cloudy
    - Huge amounts of water like lakes, sea etc.

    If you end up in these areas above this can affect your GPS signal during your activity.

    Be aware that just because some map apps like Google Maps, Apple Maps etc. may show your location on the map, this does not mean that the device's GPS is functioning properly or that a GPS fix has been obtained. The data used to show your location on the map may be based on cellular network or Wi-Fi signals.

  • Synchronize adidas Running Data to Apple Health

    It is possible synchronize distance, duration and burned calories data from the adidas Running app to Apple Health.

    Follow these simple steps to activate the synchronization with Apple Health:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Tap the gear icon in the top right corner
    • Select “Partner Accounts”
    • Enable Apple Health

    To select the data that you wish to be synchronized, open your Apple Health app and open “Sources”.

  • Push Notifications

    Your progress is important to us and we want to keep you motivated! Push notifications keep you informed and motivated directly on your phone about LIVE activities of users you are following, received or accepted follow requests or when your followers like or comment on your activities.

    If you wish to edit your Push Notification settings in the adidas Running app, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap “Profile” on the tab bar
    • Tap the “gear icon” in the top right corner to reach “Settings”
    • Select “Notifications”
    • Select which Notifications you would like to receive
  • iOS / iPhone / iPad App Crash

    Generally, if you delete the app and reinstall, most crashing issues are resolved. You will NOT be charged again if you use the same iTunes Account and all of your data will be synced, so you will not lose any activity data. Note: Please upload all sessions to your adidas account from the Progress tab of the adidas Running app beforehand.

  • Language Settings

    The language of our adidas Runtastic apps is the same as the system language of your iPhone. If your system language is e.g. German, the adidas Runtastic apps will also be shown in german language. 

    How to change the language of your iPhone:

    Go to the settings of your iPhone and choose "General". Scroll down until you reach "Language & Region". In the settings of "Language & Region" tap "iPhone-language" and choose your language from the list showing up. To save your language press "done". Your iPhone is now being updated to your chosen language. Therefore the adidas Runtastic apps update their languages too.

  • Step Counting

    If you have an iPhone 5S or higher, the adidas Running app can now count your steps during an activity. You can access this information after your activity when you open the session in the History of the app. There you will see your average and maximum number of steps as well as your step length. The step length is calculated from the distance and step count.

    Note: For the steps to be counted, you have to allow the app access to the motion sensor of your iPhone. When you install the update of the adidas Running app you will be asked to do so. If you want to change these settings later on, you can do so in the settings of your iPhone. Go to the settings, select "Privacy" and then "Motion & Fitness". Check if you have enabled access for the adidas Running app.

  • My Leaderboard in the adidas Running app

    The Leaderboard shows you how many kilometers/miles you have tracked compared to people you follow

    To view the Leaderboard, tap the “Community” tab and scroll to the “Leaderboard”. Tap “Show more” and your current position will be displayed.The person who tracked the most will be displayed at the top of the list and right beneath that you will find your kilometers/miles and your position on the Leaderboard.

    You can change the time frame at the top by tapping on the filter option (e.g. “This month”). Choose between “Previous month”, “This week”, “Previous week” or keep “This month” by tapping the preferred view.

    You can also select other filters such as “Following” and “Groups”.

    Note: Only the sports type Running and Running (Treadmill) will show up in your Group Leaderboard. 

  • Manually set the Heart Rate Zones

    You can customize the Heart Rate Zones in the adidas Running app. To do so, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the “Start” button
    • Select "Heart Rate Monitor"
    • Tap “Heart Rate Zones”
    • To change the values of the individual zones, tap the current value
    • Save your changes by using the go back arrow at the top left

    If you choose a resting heart rate or a maximum heart rate at the top, the values of the other zones will change automatically as well.  

    *This option is available to you in the adidas Running app as a Premium Member. 

    Which zone is the best for me?

    Easy: If you are a beginner or have not exercised in a while, use the easy zone. This zone will increase your fitness levels and burn fat as well.

    Fat Burning: If your aim is endurance training, use the fat burning zone. This zone will help improve the supply of energy to the working muscles. Your heart will benefit and stored body fat will be burned.

    Aerobic: If you want to increase your cardiovascular capacity and your pace, the aerobic zone is right for you. Here you will improve your muscle strength and continue to burn stored body fat.

    Anaerobic: If increasing your anaerobic threshold (AT) is what you want, use the anaerobic zone. Training in this zone will delay the point (AT) where your body cannot remove lactic acid from the working muscles quickly enough.

    Red Line: Do not train in the red line zone unless you are a serious athlete. Here you will increase your pace and develop speed, but be careful! You should only train in this zone for short intervals.

  • Sync my sessions with my adidas account

    To sync your activities with your adidas accountm, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab
    • Select “Show more” next to “Recent Activities” to open your full history
    • Pull down the screen until the refresh icon appears and then release the screen. Your activities are now synchronizing.

    Problems with syncing?

    Log out of the app and then back in again. After that, try syncing your sessions again - it should work now.

  • Customize the displayed values

    You can easily customize the values displayed on your main activity screen to suit your preferences. For example, you may wish to have “Distance” displayed most prominently during your run. Press and hold on the value you want to change, then select one of the values from the list that appears. Now you have successfully changed the value.

    Alternatively, tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button, then tap “Customize displayed values”. You can then customize the values for both outdoor and indoor activities.

    Note: A maximum of four values can be displayed.

  • Selecting a Training Plan

    Whether you’re an advanced runner and want to run your first marathon, or you’re a complete beginner and want to learn the basics of running, the adidas Running app will guide you to the Training Plan that’s right for you.

    • Navigate to “Progress” on your tab bar 
    • Choose what you would like to achieve with your training plan
    • Tap “Get Started”
    • Follow the short on-screen questionnaire to help us guide you to a training plan that suits your goals. Just tap the option that meets your needs 
    • Once you’ve selected your start date*, just tap “Go to Plan”

    Training Plans are available to you as a Premium Member. Purchase your Premium Membership here.

    NOTE: It is only possible to have one active Training Plan at any one time. If you wish to start a new Training Plan, you need to either complete all your scheduled trainings or delete your active Training Plan. 

    Follow these simple steps to delete your active Training Plan:

    • Navigate to “Progree” on your tab bar 
    • Select your active Training Plan
    • Scroll to the bottom and tap the “Delete” icon and confirm the deletion
  • Start a Story Run

    Follow these simple steps to start a Story Run in the adidas Running app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the “Start” button
    • Tap “Select Your Soundtrack”
    • Select “Story Running”
    • Download the Story Run of your choice to your phone*
    • After completing the download, tap “Start.” You should now see the Story Run in your Activity Setup
    • Start your activity as usual by tapping “Start”
    • If you choose to run without a Story Run, tap “No Music"

    *You can view the details of the Story Run by tapping it. You will find a listening sample, the audio language and the price. Swipe right or left to view the details of the other Story Runs.

  • Create an Interval Training

    Follow these steps to create an Interval Training* in the adidas Running app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the “Start” button
    • Tap “Select your workout” 
    • Tap “Interval Training”
    • You can now select one of the default trainings or create your own by tapping the “+” in the top right corner
    • Enter a name for your workout
    • Enter a Warm-Up and Cool-Down time
    • Add intervals by tapping the “+” on the left and right side
    • Change the values (distance or time) in the middle by scrolling up or down
    • When you're done, tap “Save” in the top right corner

    To delete a manually added Interval Training, swipe the training in the overview to the left until the red “Delete” button shows up.

    * Interval Trainings are available to you as a  Premium Member