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Apple Watch has continued to be the top smartwatch in the industry. Powered by impressive watchOS, the wearable device has been able to stand up to the billing of most users. To me, the Watch is a great device for those who wish to improve fitness. The ability to track workouts accurately makes it a delight for athletes.

Do you know that you can customize Workouts on Apple Watch in watchOS 3? As for instance, you have the option to include, exclude metrics like a current/average pace of any workout, reorder them and even hide the ones you don't need any more.

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How to Customize Workouts on Apple Watch in watchOS 3

How to Customize Workouts in watchOS 3 on Apple Watch

How to Show a Metric in Workouts for Apple Watch

You are allowed to add maximum five metrics displayed on your Watch during a workout.

Step #1. Launch the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Open Watch App on iPhone

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Step #2. Tap on My Watch tab → Scroll down and tap on WorkoutWorkout View.

Tap on Workout then Workout View in Apple Watch App

Now, you need to tap on the workout you wish to customize.

Tap on the Workout you Want to Customize on Apple Watch

Step #3. Tap on Edit at top right corner of the screen.

Tap on Edit in Workout on Apple Watch

Step #4. Next, tap the Add button next to the metric which you wish to include → Finally, tap on Done.

Add Metric to Workout on Apple Watch

From now onwards, the metrics will show up on the screen when you choose that specific type of workout.

How to View a Single Metric for Apple Watch

If you don't want too many metrics to show up in the workout, you can keep single metric.

Step #1. Open Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on My Watch tab → WorkoutWorkout View.

Tap on Workout then Workout View in Apple Watch App

Step #3. Tap on Single Metric.

View Single Metric in Workout on Apple Watch

How to Remove a Metric in Workouts for Apple Watch

No longer want any metric to display on the screen during a workout? You can easily hide it.

Step #1. Open Apple Watch app on your iPhone → My Watch tab → WorkoutWorkout View.

Tap on Workout then Workout View in Apple Watch App

Step #2. Tap on the workout you wish to customize → Tap on Edit at top right corner of the screen.

Edit Workout in Apple Watch from iPhone

Step #3. Next, tap on the Remove button next to the metric you wish to hide. Tap on Remove.

Remove Metric from Workout in Apple Watch

Step #4. Tap on Done.

How to Include/Exclude Any Metric in Workout on Apple Watch

Step #1. Open Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on My Watch tab → Scroll down and tap on WorkoutWorkout View.

Tap on Workout then Workout View in Apple Watch App

Step #3. Now, tap on the workout you wish to customize → Tap on Edit at top right corner of the screen.

Edit Workout in Apple Watch App on iPhone

Step #4. Next, tap and hold on the reorder button at the far right of any metric and then drag it under Do Not Include section to exclude it from the list. To include any particular metric, simply touch and hold on the metric listed under Do Not Include section and drag it under Metrics section → Tap on Done.

Include-Exclude Any Metric in Workout on Apple Watch

How to Reorder Metrics in Workouts for Apple Watch

Step #1. Open Apple Watch app on your iPhone → My Watch tabWorkoutWorkout View.

Tap on Workout then Workout View in Apple Watch App

Step #2. Tap on the workout → Tap on Edit located at the top right corner of the screen.

Edit Workout in Apple Watch App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to tap and hold the reorder button next to the metric you wish to move.

Then, you have to drag the metric at your preferred location → Tap on Done.

Rearrange Metrics in Workout in Apple Watch

That's all there is to it!

As an Apple Watch user, you would like to check out these helpful posts like how to customize the color and style of the watch face, customize dock in watchOS 3, improve battery life etc.

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