Make Sure Heart Rate Tracking Is On To get background heart rate readings, Wrist Detection must be enabled. On your iPhone, open the Watch app, go to “Passcode,” and check to see if “Wrist Detection” is turned on.
To get background heart rate readings, Wrist Detection must be enabled. On your iPhone, open the Watch app, go to “Passcode,” and check to see if “Wrist Detection” is turned on. If you're relying on your Apple Watch to track your heart rate during workouts, you can't use the Power Saving Mode.
—On your iPhone, go to Settings > Privacy > Motion & Fitness and check that both Fitness Tracking and Health are On. —Open your iPhone's Watch app and: Go to General and make sure that Workout Power Saving Mode is Off. Next, go to Privacy and check that both Heart Rate and Fitness Tracking are both On.
If your cardio fitness level falls in the “Low” range, you'll receive a notification on your Apple Watch. If it stays low, you'll receive a notification every four months. Note: This feature may not be available in all regions. In the Health app on your iPhone, tap Browse, tap Respiratory, then tap Cardio Fitness.
Troubleshooting. If, for some reason, the heart rate monitor on your Apple Watch stops working, you may need to restart or reset the device. Press and hold the Side button until the power off slider bar appears and slide it to turn off Apple Watch. Press and hold the Side button again until the Apple Watch logo appears
Try restarting your iPhone and Apple Watch First to clear out any immediate conflicts that can be causing the issue. Make sure Bluetooth and wifi are both turned on for your iPhone and Apple Watch. Double-check to make sure both your iPhone and Apple Watch are updated to the latest version of iOS and WatchOS.
To get the most accurate heart rate measurement when you use Workout, make sure your Apple Watch fits snugly on top of your wrist. The heart rate sensorheart rate sensorA heart rate monitor (HRM) is a personal monitoring device that allows one to measure/display heart rate in real time or record the heart rate for later study. It is largely used to gather heart rate data while performing various types of physical exercise. should stay close to your skin.
In respect of background heart rate measurements taken during general daily wear, with Wrist Detection enabled, your watch will not try to measure your heart rate at all when you are not wearing the watch, so your accumulated heart rate data - as shared to the Health app on your iPhone - will not be affected by
Either: Your band is not tight enough and the Apple Watch cannot read your heart rate. Your permissions are incorrect and Peloton cannot access your heart rate.
When your watch notices you're no longer active and are in your resting period, the infrared LEDs kick in and periodically scans your heart rate. Not only does it measure your heartbeat during rest, but it's looking out for irregular, high, and low heart rhythms.
It may help to check the following settings: On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Privacy > Motion & Fitness - check that both Fitness Tracking and Heart Rate are enabled. On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch > General > if it is presently enabled, turn off Workout Power Saving Mode.
Make sure that Wrist Detection is on Background heart rate readings (like resting and walking rates) won't be taken if Wrist Detection is off. To check the setting, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Tap the My Watch tab, then tap Passcode. Make sure that Wrist Detection is on.
If your Watch completely stops reading heart rate during workouts. Check the following settings on your watch. —On your iPhone, go to Settings > Privacy > Motion & Fitness and check that both Fitness Tracking and Health are On.