The workout tab contains a monthly workout calendar with an overview of all your logged workout sessions in Google Fit for a particular month.
Each workout is represented with an icon in the calendar showing what type of workout it is
If you click on a day to you can see a summary of your workout sessions for that day.
This card shows a summary of a particular workout.
If you click on the card it will open a new window with a detailed analysis of the workout. See section on workout details below.
Navigate to previous or next month.
You can also change month by sliding left or right on the calendar.
Select what month you want to show directly instead of navigating back or forth one month at a time.
When you press one of the workout summary cards in the monthly workout tab, a new window pops up which shows a detailed analysis of your workout session.
Here you can export the workout to a comma separated text file.
Detailed information on your heart rate / speed / distance for your workout (if it has been logged). You can pinch the chart to zoom in and out on the chart.
This shows a summary of the workout
If you have logged heart rate this shows a break down of your heart rate into 5 different heart rate zones.
You can configure the thresholds of your heart rate zones by pressing the Configure button.
If you have logged continuous distance data with your work out this shows a break down of your pace per km/mile.
If you have logged exercises like for example different strength exercises you can see an analysis of them here.
You can see time, sets, reps, duration (time under tension) and resistance weight.
You will also see a summary of your exercises broken down by exercise type as well as total
You can also see your active vs rest time ratio.
The Google Fit app also has a feature to automatically detect walking or running activities.
However, these activitites are only logged internally in the Google Fit app and are not published on the Google Fit API, so they will not be visible in the workout calendar.
Unfortunatelly Google Fit does not allow third party apps to read this type of data.
If Google changes this policy this data will be added as well.