Change what’s on the screen during an Apple Fitness+ workout or meditation
Change onscreen metrics
During your workout, you can track your progress onscreen for each of your rings, all shown in real time on your device. If you wear your Apple Watch during the workout, you can also track your heart rate and calories burned.
Some workouts also display the Burn Bar, which shows how your metrics compare to others who have done the workout before. The more calories you burn, the higher you land on the Burn Bar. Your position on the Burn Bar is saved in your workout summary along with your other metrics.
You can change the metrics from Apple Watch that you see on the screen during a workout. Metrics settings sync in the Fitness app on all your devices where you’re signed in with your Apple ID.
Note: Fitness+ subscribers who use AirPlay to see their workouts can now get real-time personal metrics from their Apple Watch on compatible displays.
During a workout, tap .
If you’re working out with Apple TV, use these gestures:
Siri Remote (2nd generation): Press down on the clickpad ring or swipe down on the clickpad to show the Info pane, then navigate to the Metrics pane.
Siri Remote (1st generation): Swipe down on the touch surface to show the Info pane, then navigate to the Metrics pane.
Do one of the following:
Turn off all metrics: Turn off Show Metrics.
Your metrics are still collected, but they aren’t displayed on the screen.
Change how time is displayed: Select Off, Show Time Elapsed, or Show Time Remaining.
Turning off Time still shows the timer for intervals in your workout.
Turn off the Burn Bar: Turn off Burn Bar.
If you turn off the Burn Bar, your workouts don’t contribute to the community burn bar and you won’t see your position at the end of your workout.
Turn on captions and subtitles
All Apple Fitness+ workouts and meditations support standard captions, as well as subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH). After you choose a workout, you can see if it includes closed captions and SDH below the length, music genre, and date added.
On iPhone or iPad: During a workout, tap , tap Subtitles, then choose a language.
On Apple TV: During a workout, do one of the following, depending on the remote you have:
Siri Remote (2nd generation): Press down on the clickpad ring or swipe down on the clickpad to show the Info pane, then navigate to the Subtitles pane and choose a language.
Siri Remote (1st generation): Swipe down on the touch surface to show the Info pane, then navigate to the Subtitles pane and choose a language.