While there are dozens of health & fitness apps available for Android, Google’s own Google Fit has slowly but steadily been growing up. The app was very basic in the early days but as Android Wear 2.0 was released earlier this year, the Fit app became far more useful and helpful in tracking not only your fitness goals, but getting injected data from other apps like Sleep for Android and MyFitnessPal. It also gained things like tracking your heart rate (assuming you have a compatible Android Wear watch) during workouts as well as elevation changes for certain types of workouts like running, biking or skiing.
One of the best features of Google Fit is that you can setup multiple goals within the app, track them, and even have them as a widget on your Home screen on your phone. It is a feature that often goes unnoticed but it is powerful as you can keep track of virtually any goal you desire to meet your own health and fitness goals.
In this How To I will show you how to create multiple goals within Google Fit and how to add them as a widget to your Home screen. My assumption is that you have Google Fit installed so if you don’t, go get it from the Play Store before continuing.