Fitness app Träning gains support for distance-based goals to help build habits
What you need to know
- Träning is a workout app that's designed to help you set goals for your activities.
- Träning 1.4 adds support for distance-based goals for the first time.
We all know that fitness is important and exercise is needed to make the best of it. But building the habits needed isn't always easy. Träning is an iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch app that aims to help out with that particular problem and it just received its version 1.4 update.
Building on existing features, Träning 1.4 now also adds support for distance-based goals for the first time. Now, you can set a goal to run 10 miles per week, for example. And it'll all be tracked and visible via widgets on your Home screen.
The app has three main parts to it.
After that, it's over to you. You'll still need something like the Apple Watch Series 6 to keep track of things like your heart rate, though. If the Apple Watch isn't your thing there are tons more fitness trackers with heart rate monitors available on the market, too.
You can download Träning from the App Store now. It's free with in-app purchases available.
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