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Every workout supported by the Google Pixel Watch
Google’s first-ever smartwatch is also a very capable gym companion. Thanks to its onboard Fitbit integration, users will find plenty of workout features and sport modes for tracking activity. Find out which workouts you can track on the Google Pixel Watch.
See also: The Google Pixel Watch buyer’s guide
Every workout you can do on a Pixel Watch
The Google Pixel Watch tracks roughly 40 different exercise modes. That means users can keep accurate stats no matter what workout they prefer. Plus, during our Pixel Watch review, we found the device packs an accurate heart rate monitor as well as a reliable built-in GPS. Below is a complete list of the exercises you will find on board:
- Circuit training
- Core training
- Cross-country skiing
- Indoor climbing
- Martial arts
- Mountain biking
- Outdoor workout
- Rowing machine
- Stair climber
- Strength training
Exercises the Pixel Watch doesn’t support
At this time, the Pixel Watch doesn’t support a multi-sport workout mode. Though not a necessity, multi-activity workouts are popular for triathletes, as well as for crosstraining purposes. For now, interested shoppers will need to look to devices like the Galaxy Watch 5 series or even an Apple Watch.
The Exercise app also doesn’t allow users to create custom interval workouts. This function is available on Fitbit devices as basic as the Fitbit Inspire 3, however, so we anticipate it rolling to the Pixel Watch in the future.
Not on the watch itself. Some workouts will be automatically recognized and saved in the Fitbit app. However, on-device tracking is not automatic for any activity type.
While you cannot add workouts to the Pixel Watch via the Fitbit exercise app, you can download third-party apps for additional features.