How to see Street View on iFit

Google has NOT captured street view in all areas. To check if the area you are running has street view, click here. (be sure to bookmark it). If your workout has been drawn in an area that hasn't had street view captured, it will say something like "No Imagery Here" or "No Street View available here".

These are BASIC instructions for how to view street view on your iFit Compatible (built in screen) equipment.

  1. Turn on your machine and login
  2. Click on the Maps button
  3. Click on the Map Workout you would like to do from your list and begin your route.
  4. Your equipment has the options of showing Map, Street and Satellite views. It will automatically display Map view, then Street view, then Satellite view unless you touch the screen and button you want it to lock on. (IE: push the Street button on your touch screen and it will stay on Street View. You can also click the Lock/Unlock button to the right of Satellite to have it lock on whatever view it is currently displaying.

Map view is shown below:



Street View is shown below and is LOCKED so it will display only Street View the entire workout:street-view


Satellite View is shown below:

Viewing Live Workout on an External Monitor or TV


Below are instructions for how to view your workout on an external monitor (iPad, Laptop, tablet, TV) while you're working out.

iFit Live Workout runs on a computer using a browser, thus if you want to view on a TV, it would need to be connected to a laptop or PC. If using a TV, turn it on, turn on the connected computer, then:

Get on your machine, login, select your map and START your workout.

On your iPad, Laptop, etc go to (good idea to Bookmark this) OR go to, at the top right in your menu bar you will see the "Live Workout" appear. Click on it.

NOTE: You will only see the workout once the machine has started.



After you are on the Live Workout page, you should see something like this:


How to Change your Speed or Incline on iFit

Your machine should allow you to override the speed and incline no matter what workout you are doing. For this example, we are showing you how to adjust your speed and incline when using an iFit map workout.

Your machine may look a bit differently, but should have capabilities to adjust the incline and speed, as you can see on my NordicTrack C2150 Treadmill pictured below.

On the left are the incline settings from -3% decline to 15% incline. Then I can also set the incline/decline in smaller increments by incline/decline button and up and down buttons. Your machine will automatically adjust to the inclines and declines of the map terrain you are doing.

On the right are the speed settings from 1 - 12 mph. Again the speed button at the bottom allows me to adjust the speed in smaller increments.

You can also click "Stop" to take a break or stop the machine. When you click the machine, you will only have 9:59 minutes to take a break before the machine logs you out of that workout.

COOL TIP!! If you have a specific speed you want to run - say 6.3 mph - very quickly hit the 6 then the 3 and it will go to 6.3 MPH!



Once you override the incline settings of a mapped workout, you will see the "Follow Workout" button appear on the left side. If you want to follow the incline and decline of the mapped route, simply click the "Follow Workout" button the screen and the button will go away.



Looking for an exact iFit Map workout distance?

If you're looking for an exact distance to run, you've come to the right place! iRunMaps allows you to narrow down your search results by using the Filter on the Search page. BUT, did you know you can enter in an EXACT distance and it will also give you the results that way?

Simply go to the Search Page.

Enter in the exact mileage you want to run (IE: 4.2 mi), be sure to input mi after the number.

Click Search.


Your results will look something like this:


Virtual Location Workout Videos

Want to run on the beaches of Bora Bora? Hike the Andes or Everest and have the video match your speed? Here are some great websites that will do just that. Each website offers something different so you are sure to find something that matches your needs to keep motivation high!

bit-gym is perfect for those who like to stick to a routine. It offers videos via their free app across all platforms be it your laptop, tablet, phone or gaming device. Its accessibility allows you to carry your workout with you even when you are travelling. Priced at under $8 a month, it is also more reasonable than your average gym but more effective in its results and reach. Currently there are 32 videos available and new ones posted each week. You can stream the "tours" or download them to use offline. The tours play at the speed you are exercising and works on treadmills, ellipticals and stairclimbers.
Total Number of Videos: 32
Average Cost: $8/month


Virtual Active
: This first-person and forward-motion video experience transports you to iconic trails, cities and landscapes, which are a feast for your eyes and also a great cardio workout option for treadmill or bike. The guided workouts include helpful instructions from a professional trainer. Fitness enthusiasts can try the basic workouts by setting their own pace and enjoying the scenery. Virtual Active has an impressive video library of over 72 locations to workout to for running, biking or hiking!
Total Number of Videos: 72
Cost: $19.95/video



World Nature Video
: This site offers you high-quality DVDs and has the most extensive collection of 45 Natural Virtual Walk DVDs. The virtual walk DVDs such as Tokyo Japan at Night, Virtual Cycle Rides-Through the French Alps, etc
Total Number of Videos: 45
Cost: $19.95/each or Buy 3 get one free




Outside Interactive
has a large collection of national and international running routes. It features High Definition videos of popular courses that speed up and slow down according to your pace. Simply install the free app, Virtual Runner on your iPad along with selected course videos. You can run your favorite routes when you choose and learn racecourses and landmarks before you run them.
Total Number of Videos: 32
Cost: $8-10/each, longer routes are $19.99/each




Trek Ireland
: You can virtually travel to Ireland and explore its rich heritage and varied nature trails through this website, which features forward-motion videos that highlight Ireland's countryside walking trails. Currently there are 5 different locations in Ireland. You can explore them on your own or with an interactive guide who pops up when you need him, and highlights historical features and local stories.
Total Number of Videos: 5 - each with several different routes on each DVD
Cost: $18.50/each




Scenic Trex
lets you gain all the motivation you need for an energizing workout by watching videos that transport you to exotic places during your workout. Filmed in continuous motion, the videos lend a feel of actually trekking in majestic outdoor locations right in your home when viewed on your TV or computer. Each DVD also contains bonus warm-up and cool-down segments which you can use for Yoga or stretching. Some of the locations you can explore are: Beachside Jungle, Southern California Beaches and the Rainforest.
Total Number of Videos:  3
Average Cost: $17.95/each

You may wander, but you'll never be lost. You can now choose to plan, track, study and share your running journey through a number of online networks focused on outdoor enthusiasts.

Ideas for Cross Training

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Here's a list of exercises to do on your Cross Training days:

  1. Aerobics
  2. Aqua Aerobics
  3. Badmitton
  4. Balance Ball exercises
  5. Baseball
  6. Basketball
  7. Biking
  8. Bocce Ball
  9. Body Weight Exercises
  10. Boxing
  11. Burpees
  12. Cleaning
  13. Croquet
  14. Cross Country Skiing
  15. Dancing
  16. Deep Water Running
  17. Elliptical
  18. Fencing
  19. Fishing
  20. Fitness Ball Workouts
  21. Football
  22. Frisbee
  23. Gardening
  24. Golfing
  25. Hiking
  26. Hockey
  27. Horseback Riding
  28. Ice or Inline Skating
  29. Jai Alai
  30. Jazzercise
  31. Jet Skiing
  32. Ju-Jit-zu
  33. Jump Rope
  34. Jumping Jacks
  35. Karate
  36. Kayaking
  37. Kick Boxing
  38. Kickball
  39. Lacrosse
  40. Lunges
  41. Martial Arts
  42. Medicine Ball Exercises
  43. Motocross
  44. Mountain Climbing
  45. Mowing Lawn
  46. Pilates
  47. Plank
  48. Polymetrics
  49. Push-ups
  50. Racquetball
  51. Raking Leaves
  52. Rappelling
  53. Rollerblading/Roller Skating
  54. Rowing
  55. Rugby
  56. Shoveling Snow
  57. Shuffleboard
  58. Sit-ups
  59. Skateboarding
  60. Snorkeling/Scuba Diving
  61. Snow Mobiling
  62. Snow Skiing/Boarding
  63. Soccer
  64. Spinning
  65. Squats
  66. Stair Climbing
  67. Stand-Up Paddle Board
  68. Stretching
  69. Swimming
  70. Table Tennis
  71. Tai Chi
  72. Tricep Dips
  73. Volleyball
  74. Wake Boarding
  75. Walking
  76. Water Skiing
  77. Weight Lifting (free weights or exercise machines)
  78. Wii Fit (bowling, dancing, etc)
  79. Wrestling
  80. Yoga
  81. Zumba

How to Draw an iFit Map


These are BASIC instructions for how to get started drawing a simple iFit map.

1. Go to and login to your account.

2. In the top menu, hover over the CREATE button and click "Map Based Workout"

3. Type a Workout Name

4. Choose the Activity Type: Run or Cycle
NOTE: The term "Run"applies to walking, treadmill workouts, elliptical, incline trainers. The term "Cycle" is for all bikes and TDF bikes.

5. You can Schedule a date and include more options on this page if you'd like or leave it as is. Click NEXT

6. Enter Search Location where you want to draw your map (ie: Kona, Hawaii) and hit enter. You will see the location appear on the map to your right.

7. For beginners, I recommend having "Click to Road" ON. This will make drawing much easier and quicker as the route you click will snap to the main routes/roads.

I also recommend having the "Street View Availability" ON. This ensures you will have street view as long as you are drawing your route on areas highlighted with blue. NOTE: Google has NOT captured all roads and trails.

Click on a road to make your starting point of your route.

How to draw an iFit Maps

8. Zoom in or out using the + or - and the arrow keys on the map to navigate in other directions. In the bottom right, you should be able to see the street view as your drawing. If there is no image showing, this means there is no street view available.

Beneath the map, you can view the elevation of your route as you are drawing.

9. Keep clicking and you will now see a light blue path where the route is. In the top area, you will see the total miles, elevation, estimated time and calories as you add to the route.

10. Save Route. It will process and allow you to Schedule Workout on your computer and thus on your iFit exercise equipment.