After starting its guided audio efforts with Time to Walk, the new Apple Fitness+ series Time to Run has officially arrived as the next evolution. Follow along for how to get Time to Run on Apple Watch, including if you’ve previously turned off or removed Time to Walk workouts.
Apple describes the new Fitness+ Time to Run series as “an audio running experience designed to help users become more consistent and better runners, featuring popular running routes in some of the most notable cities.”
Time to Run episodes feature “inspiring coaching tips” from Fitness+ coaches Emily Fayette, Jamie-Ray Hartshorne, Sam Sanchez, Scott Carvin, and Cory Wharton-Malcolm paired with “motivational and energizing music.”
Each Time to Run episode takes users to unique, iconic locations around the world and the series can be used for indoor runs on a treadmill as well as outdoor runs. And Time to Run can become Time to Push for those using wheelchairs.
New Time to Run episodes will launch for Apple Watch on Mondays. Meanwhile, Apple has also launched its third season of Time to Walk featuring Rebel Wison, Bernice A. King, Chris Meloni, and more.
How to get Time to Run on Apple Watch
Time to Run (and Time to Walk) are available for Apple Fitness+ subscribers
If you haven’t previously removed them from Apple Watch, open the Workouts app on the wearable
Tap Audio Workouts at the top
Swipe down, choose a Time to Run episode
If you previously removed Time to Walk/Audio Workouts from Apple Watch
On Apple Watch, open the Settings app
Go to the bottom and choose Workout
Swipe/scroll to the bottom again and make sure the toggle is turned on next to Add New Workouts to Watch
You may also need to open the Workout app on Apple Watch
Swipe to the very bottom, choose Add Workout
Tap Time to Walk at the top
If Fitness+ Audio Workouts still don’t show up, follow these steps:
Place your Apple Watch on the charger, with iPhone close
On your iPhone, open the Fitness app
Choose the Fitness+ tab in the bottom-middle of your screen
Tap a Time to Run episode, then tap the Add+ button
You’ll see a checkmark saying “Added to Library on Watch”
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