How to pause my training in the water from the Apple Watch?

When we are training in the water we have the option of blocking the Apple Watch to avoid involuntary touches or similar, we already talked about this a while ago in I am from Mac and today we want to take one more step in this information and we will see how we can easily pause training in the water for any circustance.

And is that the crown and the touch of the watch is totally blocked when we are training in the water, so we cannot stop training "habitually" if we want to. Normally, simply by sliding from left to right in the workouts out of the water we can pause them, but in the case of swimming we do not have this option available and now that we are in summer we will see how to pause it at any time.

Surely more than one of those present already knows this option, but for those who have just bought one of these Apple smart watches we will explain how to do it. We simply have to read when we activate the training sessions and in the case of swimming it already indicates it too, we have to press the crown and the side button simultaneouslyIn this way we will be able to stop the training for a moment. To reactivate it we carry out the same operation and that's it.

In summer what you want is to train in the water and what better than to be able to use the Apple Watch Series 2 onwards for it. In all cases we are not responsible for the damage that water may cause to your smartwatch, although if you follow Apple's directions you will not have problems of any kind.

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