Keep your heart healthy and happy! We'll help you get active & stay active. Track your zones and daily/weekly point goals - all on the convenience of your Apple Watch.
Inspired by the American Heart Association, your goal is to exercise in the moderate or vigorous heart rate zones. We'll make it fun and easy to see what zone you're in with visual guides and points.
Improve your cardiovascular fitness by tracking your exercise with the Heart Health Workout Companion app.
Your daily point goal is based on the American Heart Associations standards - 30mins/day of moderate activity or 15mins/day of vigorous activity per day (or any combination of both!).
We do the math for you - just watch your goal progress bar fill up as you spend more time in the moderate or vigorous heart rate zones. Watch your zones change in real-time as you exercise!
Feel the buzz - every time you earn a point, the watch will buzz with haptic feedback to let you know so you can just focus on your exercise!
Your heart will be happy after just one week using the Heart Heath Workout Companion app.
- See your heart rate zones in real-time
- Keep track of how many points youre earning
- Track calories, duration, and heart rate
- See summaries of workout stats after every workout
Users can opt-in to receive an (optional) email summary of every workout showing details stats such as calories burned, minutes in zones and points.
We value your privacy and never share or sell any user information.
APPLE WATCH REQUIRED
This app requires a connected Apple Watch to function properly.
APPLE HEALTH INTEGRATION
- We read your biometrics from Apple Health for personalization
- We save your workout data to Apple Health
- All workouts count towards your Apple activity rings
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (AHA)
The Heart Health Workout Companion is made by independent app company PK Fitness Apps Inc and while our goals are inspired by pioneering work that the AHA has done on defining and setting exercise standards, we are not affiliated with or otherwise endorsed by the American Heart Association.