If you allow TennisKeeper to access your Apple Heath data, with your permission, TennisKeeper will read the entries for Steps, Walking + Running Distance, Active Energy and Heart Rate if such data exist. Such data can be created by your Apple Watch or other digital activity trackers that can determine your steps count, distance traveled, calories and heart rate.
TennisKeeper will read, aggregate, and correlate your Apple health data entries to your activities based on the timestamp. For example, if you have logged a singles match on 06/01/2016 from 1:00 - 2:00pm, TennisKeeper will use this timestamp to aggregate the steps you took during this time, the distance you covered on the court, the calories burned and your average heart rate. These will be displayed in the Activities Log entry.
With this automation, you will now have a much better understanding of your performance using your existing Apple Health data: Are you moving well on the court? Is your cardiovascular fitness good?
When you start an activity from your Apple Watch, or when you save an activity from your iPhone, with your permission, the activity will be added to your Apple Health as
a Workout session. If you delete the activity, the Workout session will be automatically removed.
To enable TennisKeeper to access your Apple Health data, when prompted, turn all categories on and tap Allow.
You can also go directly to the Apple Health App and change your preferences any time. For example:
If you have given permission but still do not see your workout data, make sure you have enabled Fitness Tracking and also check to see if steps, distance and heart rate data is stored in your Apple Health app. TennisKeeper can only read what is tracked.
To enable Fitness Tracking:
To review your tennis workout sessions:
To see the credit you get from your tennis workout:
See this blog article for additional information.