Watchletic Structured Workouts 4+

Training: Run, Cycle, Swim

Viktor Hesselbom

    • 4.5 • 11 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Elevate your triathlon performance with Watchletic, the all-in-one training companion for running, cycling, and swimming. Seamlessly integrated with TrainingPeaks, Final Surge, AI Endurance, and TrainAsONE, Watchletic is your key to unlocking your true potential.

Watchletic helps you create custom structured workouts for triathlon disciplines, automatically syncing with your Apple Watch. Benefit from advanced training methodologies and track your progress with ease.

All workouts are saved directly to Apple Health, and you can export your data to all major export formats.


— Multi-platform integration: Sync your workouts with TrainingPeaks, Final Surge, AI Endurance, Runcoach, and TrainAsONE for comprehensive triathlon training plans.
— Train for running, cycling, and swimming with discipline-specific workouts.
— GPS and distance tracking for accurate cross-country skiing workouts.
— Create complex custom structured workouts with intervals, warmups, cooldowns, recovery, and more.
— Import and export structured workouts to and from your favorite training platforms.
— Import .FIT files generated from various services.
— Custom workout templates for personalized training plans.
— Pacing splits with positive or negative splits, and optional reference route for hill effort configuration.
— Apple Health integration: Store workouts and sync with other apps effortlessly.
— Connect to Strava for direct export, eliminating the need for third-party apps!
— Export to GPX, TCX, and FIT workout files.
— User-friendly UI with preset common settings for hassle-free setup.
— Always-On display for quick workout insights on your watch.


Enhance your experience with Watchletic Club, an optional subscription offering added benefits.

Terms of Use:

What’s New

Version 2.3.4

# Changes
— Added outside target prompts, get announcement and haptic feedback anytime you leave your target range
— Added interval pace layout value, allowing you to see average pace in current interval segment
— Added onboarding screen
— TrainAsONE now imports next 3 days instead of just for current day

# Bug fixes
— Get vibrations/haptic feedback on workouts even if speech is disabled
— Fixed Apple Watch complications to be more visually pleasing
— Fixed issue with pausing Overcast when playing announcements
— Fixed issue where exported pool swim workouts was missing heart rate data

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Gjnewman ,

Just what I needed coming from Garmin

I never leave reviews but Garmin users who use TrainingPeaks need to know this app is excellent for syncing structured workouts to their watch.

I originally bought the AWU just to try out with full expectations I would return it. One of the blockers was TrainingPeaks plan sync. I had some issues with the plan I use and the developer of this app went way above and beyond to provide a new release to fix my issue.

Not only will it sync my planned workouts but also syncs my zones setup in TrainingPeaks. I’ve also found this app is easier to read on my watch than others I have tried. Especially in the dark.

Trickywolffe ,

Gah. Great idea with a heartbreaking bug.

Great little app, nicely priced to fill in the huge hole in app workouts not allowing imports. I used it this morning for some speed work and loved not having to look at my watch for the intervals. Unfortunately, it looks like the app didn’t pick up my location permission when I initially set it up (granted “While using app”). Which was fine for me during the run - Distance appears as “Distance Off” - I’m doing time intervals, so don’t care. But when I end my work out, the hour long workout was cancelled by the app because “it was too short”. 😭I would have expected it to save an export without map data. Another minor issue which would be nice to fix is that the exact heart rate doesn’t show on the screen (just where you are in your desired heart rate range).

Developer Response ,

Fixed in 2.3.0!

Hi, the issue with not storing workout if too short should be fixed in 2.3.0 (now only checks that duration is more than 10 seconds)

Regarding the issue that you're not getting any distance, you might need to allow "Walking + Running Distance" permission under Settings > Health > Apps > Watchletic.

I apologize for the inconvenience with the bug and thank you for bringing it to my attention.

Regarding heart rate, please email me at and tell me more!

seer14 ,

My favorite running app

I use this app when running and it’s great. I can easily set a variable distance when I want to start my workout. I create a few workouts (each with a variable distance) so that today my workout (1mi warmup, 5mi pace, 0.5mi cooldown) is the same saved workout for tomorrows (1.25mi warmup, 8mi slow distance, 0.75mi cooldown). I open the app on the watch, select my “workout” and enter my three distances for that day and off I go. No need to create each before hand or change distances before hand). Simply a time saver. Developer listens to feedback and implements features/changes where he can).

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for the kind review. I'm very glad that you enjoy using it!

App Privacy

The developer, Viktor Hesselbom, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

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