To import your workouts click on New Workout in the top bar and select Import from file. We support GPX, TCX and FIT files from any device - at a max size of 30 MB.
Click select file and select the file from your library and click next.
Now you can select the right sport from the droplist before saving the workout.
If you want to import more than one workout, click the back-button and select the the next file and click next again. That way you can select as many workouts as you want before saving the workouts on your Endomondo profile.
GPX Track, CSV and other file formats:
Other file formats (e.g CSV) do not contain all the data we need to turn it into an Endomondo workout (most often it is missing the timestamps). In that case, we recommend that you run the file through a converter such as the one found at GPSies. Converting the file from it's current state to a GPX Track will generally add all of the information that we need.
You need to make sure that the data files include all the right data. The .tcx and .gpx files must contain longitude/latitude data and time stamps for each track point and have a max size of 30 MB. If one of these elements is missing, or if the file contains other information that is invalid the file import will be aborted. The easiest way to make sure the file contains correct information is to check it by opening the .tcx / .gpx file in a text editor (like TextPad).
You can also use a text editor to edit or to repair a workout file.
GPX files - track points, should look like this:
TCX files - track points, should look like this:
If you want to edit or to repair a FIT file workout you can use this third party tool.
Import all workouts at once (bulk import/export, backup):
If you want to back up all your workouts from the Endomondo servers you can use the site www.tapiriik.com. It's created by a Collin Fair from Canada, who has done a great job of integrating various fitness trackers and Dropbox.
As an exception, we've given him access to our API, so we can do the syncing properly. Signing in to Tapiriik with your Endomondo and Dropbox accounts will ensure that everything is backed up properly.
You can also use the site, if you want to move to Endomondo from one of the other fitness trackers and want to take your workouts with you.
Important: In order to avoid duplicates when connecting your account with Tapiriik via Dropbox, please remember to click “reconfigure” and untick the send activities to Endomondo box (as this option is ticked by default). Otherwise your Endomondo account will be filled with duplicates and the user will be responsible for deleting these duplicates (we do not have a bulk delete tool available at the moment and these workouts will have to be deleted one by one)