Do you have an Apple Watch but do not feel motivated to exercise and become fitted? Well, Apple gives badges and awards to those who keep up with their fitness goals. You can win as many badges as you can and show it off to your friends. Let’s check out all the available achievement badges and how you can win them.
Standard Apple Watch Achievement Badges
1. First Workout
When you exercise for the first time, you will earn a medal. You can ride a cycle, use a cross-trainer, row, run, climb stairs, swim or just take a walk.
2. Workout Record
Each time you outdo your older most calories burned record in the basic workouts, you will win the workout record badge. However, you can only earn this badge after completing at least 5 workouts of the selected exercise.
If you are consistent and exercise for a quarter of an hour daily for seven days starting Monday, then you can win this badge.
4. New Move Record
If the Move ring shifts beyond it has in the past, indicating that the calories burned that day have been the most, then this badge will be given to you.
5. New Exercise Record
If you exceed the time limit of the total exercise you did in the day as compared to the previous days, then you will get this badge.
6. Move Goal
When you surpass the calories burned aim – indicated by the scarlet Move ring) by two, three or four times, then you will win the badge.
7. New Move Goal
Each time you tweak the Move goal of the day and then surpass the newly set target, you will win this badge. In order to make changes to the Move goal, open the Activity application and force-press the screen.
8. Longest Move Streak
You meet the Move aim or fill up the scarlet ring in all the following few days, then you will make a streak. If you make the longest streak, then you will win this badge.
9. Perfect Week
You can bag the Perfect Week award in four categories. These exercises range from moving, exercising, standing and All Activity. In order to bag this award, you need to complete the goals for the green, blue and red rings starting from Monday to Sunday.
10. Perfect Month
If you complete the red Move ring each day of a month,
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