A Make sure Nike Run Club is connected to your Apple Health App and is syncing correctly.
Note: For a workout to show up in Baseline, it has to be synced to your Apple Health App. If you're seeing your workout in Apple Health App, it should be in Baseline.
Connecting Nike Run Club and the Apple Health App
Connecting the Nike Run Club App to Apple Health enables you to view Active Energy, Heart Rate, Walking + Running Distance, and Workouts tracked by NRC in the Health app itself.
You'll have the opportunity to connect the two apps the first time you use the NRC App by doing the following:
- After the "WHAT'S NEW" screen, tap "OK LET’S GO."
- Tap "Allow" to authorize the Nike Run Club App to send data to the Health app.
- Tap "Done."
If you choose to connect them later, you can do so at any time from your phone’s "Settings" menu by taking the following steps:
- In Settings, scroll down and tap "Privacy."
- Tap "Health."
- Tap "Nike Run Club."
- Select the data to share with the Health app. Choose all data types: Active Energy, Heart Rate , Walking + Running Distance, Workouts
Once connected, data will automatically flow from NRC to Health and will be there for you to view whenever you'd like.
Note: If you followed instructions to sync but it still says it's not connected on Baseline, don't worry! That will change once you've added a workout in that app.