Overview of workout modes

Updated 1 week ago by Peter Li

Workout modes

Standard Guided workouts

In standard workouts, your watch can guide you through an ordered workout routine, set-by-set, with a prescribed number of repetitions, load, and rest time. Smart vibrations will notify you when you complete the exercise and when your rest time is up. Learn more about standard guided mode. Standard guided workouts are recommended for calibration. Learn more about calibration.

Guided circuit workouts

In guided circuit workouts, your watch guides you through an ordered workout routine with a single set of each exercise before restarting the circuit. Repeat the circuit until the target number of rounds is reached. Choose guided circuit mode when your workout is round based – this is best for exercise sessions commonly found in cross training or HIIT training.

Guided tabata workouts

In guided circuit workouts, your watch guides you through an ordered workout routine where you perform all sets of a particular exercise before moving to the next exercise. Repeat each exercise until the target number of rounds is reached. Choose guided circuit mode when your workout is round based – this is best for exercise sessions commonly found in cross training or HIIT training.

Unguided (Freestyle) workouts

In unguided workouts, your watch can search and track any exercise in the workout, in any order, and any number of times. Your Multi-Trainer 3 will automatically identify your exercises, count your repetitions, track your biometrics and track your rest time. Learn more about Unguided (Freestyle) mode.

Sport workouts

In Sport sessions, your watch logs your workout calories burned, heart rate and lap times. Choose Sport mode when your workout is not repetition based – this is best for exercise sessions like tennis or a hike. Learn more about Sport mode.


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