Combine your Muscle Oxygen Sensor and Train.Red app to get optimal results.

With the Train.Red app you can:
- Connect up to 4 Muscle Oxygen Sensors
- Connect a heart rate sensor
- View live data from your training
- View live features to help you improve
- Analyze and export your data

Android users

The Train.Red app can be downloaded and installed through the .apk file below. Our Train.Red app for Android users is not yet available on Play Store. We expect to officially release the app on the Play Store Q4 this year.

iOS users

For iOS users we collaborate with VO2 Master, you can connect the Train.Red sensors directly to VO2 Master Manager app. We're working hard on our own Train.Red iOS app providing all data and functionality, we expect to officially release iOS Q4 this year.

1. Download the Train.Red app

1. The app can be downloaded from the link below. Make sure you have a phone with at least Android 6.0 and more than 200 Mb of storage

2. Turn Bluetooth on

3. When installed, open the app on your phone

2. Complete your Profile

1. Click on the profile icon, located at the upper left of your screen

2. Fill in and complete your personal profile

3. Save changes (you can edit your profile anytime)

3. Connect your Train.Red sensor

1. Go to the App dashboard

2. In the settings choose 'Add Sensor'

3. Check the battery status of your sensor(s)

4. Press 'Connect'

4. Run position check

1. Place the Train.Red Sensor on the muscle you desire, depending on the type of training and exercise you are executing

2. On the 'Add Sensor' screen, press on 'Position Check' on the right of your screen

3. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete 'position Check'

5. Start Training

1. After the position check is completed go back to the home screen

2. On the dashboard, you can choose what kind of sport and training you are going to execute

3. When you are ready press 'Play' to start your training

4. Start yout training!

6. Save Training

1. After completing your training, stop the session and review your training session

2. Export your data as fit or CSV file