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Your Apple Watch can now warn if your cardio fitness is low

Your Apple Watch can now warn if your cardio fitness is low
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The latest iOS and watchOS updates have introduced a new way to measure your cardio fitness level and it will go as far as notifying you if it falls to a low range.

It will estimate lower levels of cardio fitness as users simply walk around then With watchOS 7.2 and iOS 14.3, users can check to see if their cardio fitness is high, above average, below average or low, as compared to people in the same age group and the same sex.

The app will also show them if their cardio fitness has improved or not over a period of time.

Users can decide if they want the app to notify them if their cardio fitness has fallen to a low level, in which case it will also offer some guidance on improving their cardio fitness and talking to your doctor.

All conveniently timed for the launch of Apple Fitness+, the tech giant’s fitness subscription service that costs $12.99 per month or $99 a year.

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