The Apple Watch is a brilliant smartwatch, and a pretty formidable job as a fitness tracker.
If you already own one of Apple's smartwatches, you're probably already familiar with trying to close those rings. If you don't know the ins and outs of tracking steps and more from your Watch, definitely take a look out our in-depth guide to the Apple Watch Activity and Workout apps.
The red ring is your Move ring. This is all about active calories you've burned during the day. Those are calories that you burn from moving around. Think of it as reflecting your step count for the day.
If you're starting to notice that you're closing those rings with ease, or that actually you're finding it a struggle to complete those goals, there's a way to adjust your Move, Stand and Exercise goal.
Here's how you do it.
How to change your Move goal on Apple Watch
1. On your Apple Watch, press on the digital crown (physical button on the side) to launch the app drawer
2. Tap the Activity app (It's the one with the rings) to open up and view your rings
3. On the screen displaying your rings, press down firmly on the screen to reveal options to view Weekly Summary or Change Move Goal
4. Tap the Change Move Goal option and you'll launch a screen that will show you your current Move goal represented by number. This is your active calorie number.
5. Tapping either the + or - beside that number will let you increase or decrease that active calorie number
6. Tap Update and the new Move goal will now be saved.
How to change your Exercise goal on Apple Watch
If you want to change your exercise goal, well, you can't.
Unfortunately, Apple doesn't allow you to do that. While it doesn't explicitly explain why you're unable to, it's likely to do with that goal of hitting 30 minutes of exercise a day being in line with the World Health Organization's recommendation for daily physical activity.
How to change your Stand goal on Apple Watch
It's a similar story as your exercise goal we're afraid. Apple doesn't allow you to adjust your Stand goal as it (ahem) stands. Again, Apple doesn't offer an explanation, so for now, you'll need to continue trying to stand and move around for at least 1 minute during 12 different hours in the day to close this ring.
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