Google Fit is a great app to use to keep track of everything fitness-related, from your workouts to your long-term fitness goals. A common goal is burning more calories or kilojoules, and Google Fit can help with these as well.

Here's how to measures your calories or kilojoules burned in Google Fit!

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How to measure calories or kilojoules burned from your phone

  1. Open the Google Fit app on your Android phone.
  2. The calories burned will be displayed near the middle of the screen.
  3. Tap NUMBER Cal/kJ. This will show how many calories or kilojoules you've burned so far that day.

    Tap NUMBER Cal/kJ to show how many calories or kilojoules you've burned so far that day.This is how many calories or kilojoules burned so far that day.

  4. Tap Week to display how many calories or kilojoules you've burned this week.
  5. Tap Month to display how many calories or kilojoules you've burned this month.

    Tap Week to show how many calories or kilojoules you've burned this week.Tap Month to display how many calories or kilojoules you've burned this month. Tap the arrows to see previous month's results.

  6. Scroll down to show of breakdown of how many calories or kilojoules you've burned in each week of this month.
  7. Tap the arrows next to the month to view your calories or kilojoules burned in previous months.

That's it! Just keep working out and let Google Fit record your progress. When you're ready to look back at how hard you've worked, everything's right there in the app.

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If you're all in on Google Fit, it's worth getting a Wear OS watch to track your workouts right from your wrist.

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The best Wear OS watch is also the best for tracking your workouts.

The Ticwatch Pro features a GPS tracker, heart-rate monitor, and NFC payments.

The Ticwatch Pro is the best Wear OS watch right now, especially if you want it to help you keep track of your fitness goals. There's a GPS sensor for your daily jog, a heart-rate monitor to make sure you're working at your peak, and an NFC chip so you can use Google Pay at the convenience store.

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