Apple Fitness app at a glance
Use the Apple Fitness app on Apple TV with your Apple Watch to:
Subscribe to Apple Fitness+, featuring world-class workouts by the world’s top trainers, with new workouts every week so you can work out how and where you want.
Track your Fitness+ workouts with your personal metrics from Apple Watch, such as heart rate and calories burned. When you finish a workout, your daily activity data is synced across the Fitness app on other devices associated with your Apple ID (Apple Watch, iPhone, or iPad).
Get recommended workouts based on your workout history.
Select from recommended workouts or browse by workout type and choose music from a variety of music genres to accompany your workout.
Note: Apple Fitness+ requires Apple Watch Series 3 or later with watchOS 7.2 or later and one of the following Apple devices: iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14.3 or later, iPad with iPadOS 14.3 or later, or Apple TV with tvOS 14.3 or later. Services and features are not available in all countries or regions, and features may vary by area.
If it’s available in your country or region, the Fitness app appears in the top row of the Home screen, as shown:
For more detailed instructions on using Fitness with iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, see the Apple Watch User Guide.
Subscribe to Apple Fitness+
Open the Apple Fitness app on Apple TV, then swipe down to browse and select a workout.
Select “Try 1 Month Free,” then follow the onscreen instructions to sign in with your Apple ID and confirm your subscription.
Cancel your subscription
Open Settings on Apple TV.
Go to Users and Accounts > [account name] Subscriptions and select a subscription.
Follow the onscreen instructions to change or cancel your subscription.
Share your Apple Fitness+ subscription with Family Sharing
If you’re a member of a Family Sharing group and subscribe to Apple Fitness+, your subscription is automatically shared with the family group.
Note: To stop sharing your Fitness+ subscription with a family group, you can cancel the subscription, leave the family group, or (if you’re the family group organizer) stop using Family Sharing.
For more information about combining your Apple subscriptions, see the Apple Support article Get Apple One.