Locate your workout
You can view the main workout page (2nd tab on bottom) to see your workout history. By default, all activity types are displayed, but you can tap on “All Workouts” to select a specific workout type and view data for just Run, or just Bike, etc.
Swipe left on an activity to delete. There is no recovery after deletion, even if the data is still on your watch.
Tap on the year in the top left corner to view your workout stats by month. Tap on a specific month to show the workouts completed within that month.
Tap on “Statistics” on the top right corner to view your weekly, monthly and yearly workout snapshot. You can filter this view by changing "All Workouts" to a specific activity type only, or by changing "Distance" to a different metric. Change the view to week/month/year using the icons on the left hand side.
Tap on any activity to view the workout summary page. This page displays important post-workout data so that you can analyze and understand your workout better.
Outdoor workouts will display a GPS track. Tap and hold your finger on a number on the track to view the data snapshot for each lap.
Tap on the map to enter map mode. You can zoom in/out using two fingers. Tap on the hamburger icon on the right hand side to change display layers (such as satellite, outdoors, or winter).
An overlay graph with pace and elevation data is located at the bottom. Tap and hold your finger on the graph to display workout time, pace and elevation data along the track.
You can tap on the data graphs (pace, heart rate, etc.) to expand and view each graph in widescreen. Select the metrics you want to overlay from the top. Tap and hold your finger on the graph to display the readings for each selected metric at the specific workout time. A vertical dotted line on the graph indicates a pause during the workout.
Heart Rate Zone
The Heart Rate Zone table displays the total workout time you spent within each heart rate zone. It can be a useful training indicator. You can modify the heart rate zones on the COROS app via the Profile page → Profile Settings → Heart Rate Zone.
Training Effect measures how effectively this workout improves your fitness level based on heart rate performance and workout time.
You can tap on the lap table to expand and view additional data in widescreen. In the widescreen view, your lap times and total duration times will be expressed in hundredths of seconds for more precision.
You also view your data according to manual laps, 1km/1mi splits, 5km/5mi splits, or 10km/10mi splits depending on your unit setting in the COROS app.
Tap on the top right icon to turn off EvoLab (if the activity was finished within the last 7 days), or to edit the workout name/distance. Editing the workout distance won’t affect the data summary in your COROS account or the data uploaded to the 3rd party platforms.
Share & Export Workouts
Tap on the top right arrow icon to share your workout details page via a full length image, or a more creative watermark image, to social media and other apps.
Using the same arrow icon, you can also export your workout data to a specific file format. GPX and FIT are popular formats with wide applications. Then select the supported apps to receive the exported file. For instance, you can use email apps to send the file to yourself and download it to your desktop.
If the workout has a GPS track, you can also tap on the top right corner to save this route to the COROS app under “Navigation Route Library” section on the Profile page. Navigation and route import features are supported by the COROS APEX/APEX Pro/VERTIX/VERTIX 2 models. Watch this how-to video to learn more about route import.