Your iPod nano saves summaries for your Nike + iPod workouts. You can view these workout summaries one at a time on your iPod, and you can view your last workout summary in the NikeÂ +Â iPod pane of iPod preferences.
To easily view and analyze your complete workout history,Â you can use iTunes to send your workout data to nikeplus.com. After you sign up for a free nike.com account, your workout data can be sent automatically to the website, where you can track your progress over time, set and monitor goals, compare your results with others, and compete with other nikeplus.com users.
The first time you connect an iPod containing Nike + iPod workout data to your computer, iTunes asks whether you want to automatically send your workout data to nikeplus.com. If you select No and later decide you want to send your workout data to nikeplus.com, follow these steps.
To send your workout data to nikeplus.com:
Complete one or more workouts using your Nike+ shoes and a Nike + iPod receiver.
Connect your iPod to your computer.
When the iPod icon appears in iTunes, select it and then click the NikeÂ +Â iPod tab.
Select â€œAutomatically send workout data to nikeplus.com.â€
If you don’t have a nike.com account, click Create Nike Account and follow the onscreen instructions.
When you complete a workout using a new sensor, you can set it up to send the workout data to a new nike.com account or to an existing account.
You can create a new account at any time at nike.com. You might want more than one account if, for example, other family members share a Nike + iPod.
Tip: Sending your workout data to nikeplus.com ensures that your workout history is accessible even if you need to restore your iPod.