Here at FightCamp, we have some exciting news! We know you love to see your real-time stats--punch count, Output, status on the Leaderboard--and we are dedicated to providing you with more data and details on your FightCamp workouts. As of November 2021, you can track your heart rate and calories burned through the FightCamp iOS App.
What Is Changing?
Now, you can connect a Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor to the FightCamp iOS App and track your heart rate on the live screen, as well as provide your gender, weight, and age to calculate calories burned per workout.
Why Is This Changing?
Currently, the only unit of measurement for workout performance is Output. We know it can be difficult to correlate Output to your effort level, and it's impossible to correlate it to calories burned. In order to track your health goals, we've heard your requests for a way to integrate your FightCamp workout with a heart rate monitor.
Here are some of the details...
Connect your Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor Device via the Workout Controls Screen
Once connected, you will see your heart rate on the live screen during your workout
After your workout, you can see a graph of your heart rate throughout the workout under the "Heart Rate" tab on Session Details
If you would like to see the number of calories burned during a FightCamp workout, fill out your gender, date of birth, and weight information in your Profile
You can also see your Average Heart Rate and Total Calories Burned under the "Stats" tab on Session Details
For core workouts, the number of calories burned will appear in the current Session History section on Workout Details
If you've set up the Apple Health Kit integration, this data will also appear in your Health App
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Which heart rate monitors are compatible with this technology?
Any Bluetooth-connected heart rate monitor is compatible with this release. This includes Whoop, MyZone, Oura Ring, Morpheus, and of course, the new FightCamp heart rate monitor (part of the FightCamp Endurance Kit which will be available in January 2022).
Can I pair my Apple Watch?
At this time you cannot currently pair your Apple Watch with the iOS App, as it is not a Bluetooth-connected heart rate monitor. However, you can track your workouts using the Apple Health Kit integration, or by simply starting a workout via your Apple Watch. The data will appear in the Health App on your iPhone, instead of the FightCamp iOS App.