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Apple Watch: Made to motivate

Understanding all the ways you move throughout the day is an essential part of living a healthy life. Apple Watch shows your daily movement as three simple metrics: Move, Exercise, and Stand. Together they make up the Activity rings that track your progress all day long. The goal is to close your rings each day. #LiveAppleWithSwitch

Challenge yourself by challenging a friend

Apple Watch lets you share your activity progress from the trail, the track, or even the surf lineup. And with Activity competitions, invite a friend to a seven‑day contest where you earn points based on the percentage of your daily Activity rings you close.

A little coaching goes far

During a competition, notifications will tell you if you’re ahead of or falling behind your competitor, along with the score. So you’ll know exactly how much you need to move to take home bragging rights. And like a personal trainer, Apple Watch will give you a nudge to close your rings at the end of each day, as well as offer up a new challenge each month.

Hardware for your hard work

Pick up a trophy when you seize a victory. You’ll find your competition award in the Awards tab inside the Activity app on your iPhone.

Three rings. One goal.

Move. Exercise. Stand. They're the three Activity Rings on Apple watch, and an essential part of understanding and measuring all the ways you move throughout the day.

Move. The Move ring tracks the active calories you burn. Active calories are the ones you burn through all kinds of movement, from taking the stairs at work to playing with the kids.

Exercise. The Exercise ring shows you how many minutes of brisk activity you’ve done, whether you’re working out or just moving at a fast pace.

Stand. Sitting too much can contribute to health problems over time. So Apple Watch keeps you motivated to get up throughout the day.

Check out the Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple Watch Series 5 at Switch today.

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