Unfortunately HR-estimated VO2max is not accurate regardless of device. At best it’s only useful to compare one measurement device and estimation algorithm against itself. Never compare across devices / estimation algorithms.
I moved your post into the existing topic.
I don’t have my Apple Watch 6 anymore. I’m using a Garmin 255 watch. I just use regular bands. I primarily noticed it reading low if I was doing something like sprints, hard rowing efforts, or strength training. It’s possible a sport loop would help but my understanding is a heart rate strap is always more accurate.
Not too worried. The Apple Watch was nice but the only thing I miss is being able to respond to texts which I only occasionally do and apps to show sports scores. I like the Garmin battery life much better. But in a few years maybe I will switch back if the Apple Watch has significantly improved battery life
Looks like exciting feature(practical maybe?) for someone who doesn’t own garmin nor wahoo. So started setup.
I scheduled outside workout for today
but? app says no workout for today
Scheduled to past… Maybe timezone difference not handled with caution? Please take a look at this case. Thanks.
Also quite curious that I have HealthFit to sync apple health activity to intervals.icu + strava. Would they create duplicated record? Lots to find out.
We are looking into this – thanks for the heads up!
Is your TR time zone set so that it matches the time zone of your Apple Watch? You can check those settings on your TR Account page.