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  1. So just to clarify, I have a Wahoo snap trainer and I want to measure rpm’s to keep up with my apple cycle classes on my Apple TV. All I need is the cadence sensor? Where will this data show up? Separately in the wahoo phone app mounted to bike?

    I’m trying to figure out what the trainer measures vs any accessories.

    1. Hello Drizzo. You are correct: to view your RPM, you need to buy a cadence sensor. The Kickr Snap can only transmits speed and power data. To my knowledge, Apple Fitness+ does not allow pairing with bike sensors. So if you want to view your RPM while using Apple Fitness+, you will have to run an indoor cycling app on your phone paired to your cadence sensor. For instance, you can use the native app for your Kickr: Wahoo Fitness app. Don’t forget to pair your sensor and your trainer to the app and you’re good to go: workout on the Apple TV & RPM on the phone.

      But have you also considered other apps than Apple Fitness+? I understand that Zwift may be expensive, but there are other interesting apps to make use of the smart features of your trainer. Trainer day has structured workouts for free that will control the resistance of your trainer. You can find more information about it in this article.
      I hope this helps!

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