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Welcome to Atlas Wristband

To take advantage of our new technologies, we’ve given Atlas Wristband a new user interface. These guided tutorial videos will show you how to get the most out of your Atlas to track every improvement you make.

How to Pick a Guided Workout

Guided Workouts

Find workout routines on the Atlas Wearables app as your workout. Our vibration alarm and smart timer marks the beginning of sets and when you hit your rep or duration goals. Scroll through the workout in the Atlas App and tap different workouts to view details. Note, you can only sync one set of workouts at a time.

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Step-By-Step

  1. Tap the menu icon in the top right to access the App navigation.
  2. Tap Guided Workouts.
  3. This is the All Filter. All your workouts are listed here..
  4. You also have a Custom Filter. Which is where you will create custom workouts.
  5. Scroll through the list of exercises to find the workout that you are interested in doing.
  6. The search function lets you search by goals and also the workout names themselves.
  7. Type in Arms and a list pops up showing you Arm routines.
  8. Pull down to update and refresh your screen.
  9. Tap the workout to view more details like the exercise plan, duration, weight, and rest time.
  10. Also muscle focus, form video, and even step by step tutorial
  11. If interested in this workout you can sync here or go back and tap the next to the workout you want to do. This will sync this workout to your ATLAS
  12. Now your Atlas is ready!

How to Create a Custom Workout

Guided Workouts

Create your own custom Guided workout in the Atlas Wearables app. You get full control of your workout, select exercises, set rep goals, weight prescriptions and even set your smart rest timer!

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Step-By-Step

  1. Tap the menu icon in the top right to access the App navigation.
  2. Tap Guided Workouts
  3. You can tap the Custom filter to view existing custom guided workouts.
  4. Tap which is the yellow button centered at the of the bottom screen.
  5. Enter a Workout Name. – Home Workout.
  6. Enter a Routine Name. (Monday & Tuesday (2 exercises each)).
  7. Tap the Choose Exercise drop down.
  8. Tap for how many reps, Lbs (or Kgs), and rest time in-between each exercise.
  9. To add more exercises, tap + Add An Exercise to add more to your routine. Note: Tap X to delete exercises or routines.
  10. Tap Save when you are done.
  11. You will be navigated to that custom workout's view, Tap the icon to sync your custom guided workout.
  12. Now your Atlas is ready!

How To Do A Guided Workout On The ATLAS Wristband

Guided Workouts

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Step-By-Step

  1. On the Wristband, tap the Guided Workout that you synced to your wristband. (Right Touch) Note: The whistle icon shows that this is a Guided Workout.
  2. Tap the left and right arrows to find the desired Routine, tap the Routine to start!
  3. This is the Go screen. Do the Exercise on the screen. You can edit after the exercise.
  4. When you are done, you can tap Reps or Weight to edit and if you have a rest timer, it will automatically start. Note: The progress marker on the bottom will stick showing that you have completed this exercise.
  5. When you are done with the routine, click side-button once and tap end to end the workout. Note: Tap keep going if you want to repeat an exercise or do one you skipped.
  6. Go to the App and tap the icon, then pull down screen to refresh. This moves your workout data from your Wristband to the App.

How to Do a Freestyle Workout

Freestyle Mode

Workout on your own in Freestyle Mode. The Atlas Wristband will track your exercises, reps, heart rate, form, calories burned and more on the fly. Atlas builds analytics while you sweat and our app gives you the feedback that you need to progress and reach your goals.

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Step-By-Step

  1. Tap the menu icon in the top right to access the App navigation.
  2. Tap Exercises.
  3. The default tab for the exercise view is freestyle. These exercises are ready for automatic tracking when you are in freestye mode on your wristband.
  4. Tap the Custom tab. Note: These are all your custom exercises you created.
  5. Tap All. Note: You will see all exercises. Freestyle and custom.
  6. There may be symbols highlighted. Detailed explanation of symbols are under the help option in the lower left corner.
  7. To add exercises to your Freestyle list, tap the icon on the exercises you want.
  8. Then tap .
  9. Now your Atlas is ready!

How to do a Freestyle workout on your Atlas Wristband

Freestyle Mode

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Step-By-Step

  1. On the Wristband, tap Freestyle
  2. Tap the left and right arrows to toggle through exercises you have selected.
  3. Notice keep going in the middle of the screen. This is to let you know that you do not need to stop or look at the Atlas. The Atlas knows the exercises you placed on the device and will count the reps for you.
  4. When you have completed a set, you will get a summary.
  5. Click the side button for the menu.
  6. Here you can edit the exercise you just completed or add an exercise that was missed or is untrackable.
  7. To see the Exercise list at any time, click the side button for the menu, then click again.
  8. To add the freestyle session, click the side button for the menu, then tap End.
  9. You will see a workout summary and a prompt to sync to the app.
  10. After the sync is complete, pull to refresh on the home page to see your workout.

How to Teach Your Atlas Wristband New/Custom Exercises

Custom Exercises

Get unlimited access to track repetitious motion. Atlas comes preloaded with the most popular exercises but if you have a different style or want to add brand new exercises, Atlas can learn these motions to make sure every rep is tracked and analyzed.

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Step-By-Step

  1. Tap the menu icon in the top right to access the App navigation.
  2. Tap Exercises.
  3. Tap New Exercise at the bottom center of the screen.
  4. Enter the name of the new exercise (Mason Twists).
  5. Then tap the icon to begin.
  6. Select the number of reps you can do (typically 10 reps trains most activities).
  7. Tap Next the device should buzz and it should be placed into learning mode.
  8. Once you are ready to begin, click the button on the side of the Atlas.
  9. Atlas will count down 3-2-1 (then begin doing your activity, remember to do the number of reps you selected, and remember not to look at the watch while training).
  10. When you are done click the button on the side of the Atlas.
  11. Press Done in the App.
  12. Crunching numbers and your new activity should be ready in 5-10 seconds!

How to do a Stopwatch / Cardio workout on your Atlas Wristband

Stopwach / Cardio

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Step-By-Step

  1. On the Wristband, tap Stopwatch / Cardio.
  2. Tap to start the Stopwatch.
  3. Calories are display at top left and heart rate at top right.
  4. You can toggle between displaying the stopwatch and heartrate by tapping the screen.
  5. Click the side menu button to access stopwatch functions, like lap and stop, or to end the workout.
  6. Upon ending the workout, you will see a workout summary and a prompt to sync with the app.
  7. After the sync is complete, pull to refresh on the home page to see your workout.

When you have a Poor Quality indicator.

Problems and Solutions

  1. The Atlas learning system was confused. If you miscounted reps, then you may have poor quality data
  2. If your form was inconsistent or you used too much weight, then you may have poor quality data.
  3. If you have multiple training sessions with distinctly different form, you may have poor quality data.
  4. SOLUTION: The first thing to do tap CONTINUE TEACHING to add more sets. Once you have a handfull of teaching sessions you may see certain sessions with med or low quality indicators. Delete these sessions. Teach Atlas with training sets that include "realistic imperfections” for maximum performance and accuracy.

Atlas does not recognize an exercise marked as high quality.

Problems and Solutions

  1. If Atlas doesn’t recognize the motion, may need to add more training data, our Poor Quality indicator may not catch every problem. Working out in real life is the best way to test the quality.
  2. If Atlas consistently miscounts, you may have confused the Atlas system with miscounted training data. Delete the miscounted sessions and CONTINUE TEACHING with accurate data.
  3. SOLUTION: If you get a High Quality indicator but Atlas is still missing reps, try tapping CONTINUE TEACHING to help improve the algorithm. Teach Atlas with training sets that include "realistic imperfections” for maximum performance and accuracy.

When you say you’ll do 10 reps, but you do 12 instead.

Problems and Solutions

  1. This confuses the Atlas learning system and it thinks that 10 reps = 12 reps. This means Atlas will miscount your reps when you actually perform your workouts!
  2. SOLUTION: If you know you miscounted, delete that training session and tap CONTINUE TEACHING to add more accurately counted sets. Teach Atlas with training sets that include "realistic imperfections” for maximum performance and accuracy.