How to Connect Strava to Health App?

Wondering how to connect Strava to Health app on your iPhone? Here’s a quick guide on how to do it.

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Introduction

Strava is a social fitness app that allows you to connect with other athletes and track your progress over time. The app also has a feature that allows you to connect your health data from the Health app. This can be useful if you want to track your fitness progress and see how it affects your overall health.

Here’s how to connect Strava to Health App:
1. Open the Strava app on your iPhone.
2. Tap the profile icon in the top-left corner of the screen.
3. Tap “Settings.”
4. Tap “Connected Apps.”
5. Tap “Health.”
6. Turn on the “Share Activity with Health” toggle switch.
7. Tap “Connect.”

What is Strava?

Strava is a GPS tracking app for athletes. It tracks your progress and provides motivation to keep you going. The app also connects with the Health app so you can see your progress over time.

What is the Health app?

The Health app is a built-in iOS app that tracks your fitness and activity data. You can use the Health app to track your steps, calorie burn, and other health metrics. You can also connect the Health app to third-party apps and devices to track your fitness and activity data.

To connect Strava to the Health app, you need to have the Strava app installed on your iPhone.

1. Open the Strava app.

2. Tap the menu icon (three lines).

3. Tap Settings.

4. Tap Privacy and Security.

5. Tap Connected Apps and Devices.

6.Tap Connect next to Health.”

How to connect Strava to the Health app

In order to connect Strava to the Health app, you need to have the latest version of iOS installed on your device. Once you have updated your software, open the Health app and tap the “Sources” tab.

Under the “Sources” tab, you will see a list of all the apps that are compatible with the Health app. Scroll down until you find Strava, and then tap the “Turn All Categories On” button.

Once you have turned on all of the categories, tap “Done” in the top right corner of the screen. Your Strava account will now be connected to the Health app, and all of your activity data will be synced!

What data is synced between Strava and the Health app?

Your Health app can store data from Strava in the Health app’s “History” section. The History section contains detailed, day-by-day information about the data that Strava has recorded for you. To see your History, open the Health app, tap the “Browse” tab, and then tap “History.”

The following data is synced from Strava to the Health app:
-Activity type (e.g., running, cycling)
-Distance
-Duration
-Calories burned
-Heart rate (if recorded by a heart rate monitor worn while recording the activity)

How to view your Strava data in the Health app

To view your Strava data in the Health app, first open the Health app and tap the “Sources” tab. Then, tap “Strava” and grant it permission to access your Health data. Once you’ve done that, all of your Strava data will appear in the Health app!

How to disconnect Strava from the Health app

If you’ve decided that you no longer want to share your data with the Health app, here’s how to disconnect Strava from the Health app:

1.Open the Strava app and go to your profile.
2.Tap on the gear icon in the top right-hand corner to access your Settings.
3.Tap on Account and then scroll down to Disconnect from Health.
4.Tap on Disconnect and then confirm by tapping on Disconnect again.

FAQs

Q: How do I connect Strava to the Health app?

A: In order to connect Strava to the Health app, you will need to have the latest version of both apps installed on your iOS device. Once you have updated both apps, open the Health app and tap the “Sources” tab at the bottom of the screen. Next, tap “Strava” and then “Turn All Categories On.” Finally, tap “Done” in the top right corner of the screen.

Conclusion

Now that you have learned how to connect Strava to Health app, you can start tracking your fitness progress and viewing your data in one place. Keep in mind that this process will only work if both Strava and Health are installed on your device.

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