How to Customize Your Fitness Goals with Apple Watch’s Activity Rings

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Have you ever wanted to reach your fitness goals but felt like something was holding you back? The Apple Watch can help you reach thoe goals, and it’s easier than you might think.

The Apple Watch has three activity rings that measure your activity throughout the day: the Move, Exercise, and Stand rings. The Move ring tracks your active calories burned each day, while the Exercise ring tracks minutes of brisk activity that counts toward your daily goal. Finally, the Stand ring encourages you to stand up at least once an hour for 12 hours in a day.

To edit your workout goals directly from your Apple Watch or iPhone, first open the Health app and tap on Browse. Then choose a category such as Activity and a subcategory such as Steps. From there, tap Show All Data followed by Edit in the upper-right corner. This will allow you to adjust your goals for each of the three rings so you can stay on track with meeting them.

If you’re injured and need to rest or just want to challenge yourself further, this is an easy way to make sure you’re doing what works best for your body. You can also use this feature in order to check how far away from reaching each goal you are so that you can adjust accordingly if needed.

Now that you know how to edit activity rings on Apple Watch, why not give it a try? With this feature at your fingertips, it’s nver been easier to stay motivated and reach those fitness goals!

Customizing Fitness Rings on Apple Watch

Yes, you can customize fitness rings on Apple Watch. The three rings Apple uses are the Move ring (red), Exercise ring (green), and Stand ring (blue). To customize your activity goals, open the Activity app on your iPhone or Apple Watch. Then choose ‘Change Goals’ and enter new goal amounts for each of the three rings. You can also set reminders to close each of your activity rings every day.

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Editing Activity Data on Apple Watch

Yes, you can edit Activity data on Apple Watch. To do so, open the Health app on your Apple Watch and tap the Browse tab. Tap the Activity category, then tap a subcategory like Steps. Tap Show All Data, then tap Edit in the upper-right corner. You can then edit any data points you’d like for that particular activity.

Cheating the Move Ring on Apple Watch

Cheating the Move Ring on Apple Watch is not recommended, as it can affect your overall health goals. However, if you want to do so, there are few methods. One method is to manually change the goal of the Move Ring; open the Activity App on your Apple Watch, press firmly (force press) and then lower the goal down to someting that you can realistically reach. Another way to cheat the Move Ring is to use a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection with a device that can detect your movements and log them in your Activity App; however this may be difficult to set up, and could potentially be inaccurate.

Editing Data in the Activity App

To edit data in the Activity app on your iPhone, open the Health app and tap on ‘Health Data’ at the bottom of the screen. From there, select ‘Activity’ and then tap ‘Exercise Minutes’. On the next page, tap ‘Show All Data’ and then tap ‘Edit’ in the upper rigt corner. From here you can delete individual data points or choose to delete all of them by tapping ‘Delete All’ in the upper left corner. Once you have made your changes, tap ‘Done’ to save them.

Editing Data on Apple Fitness

On iOS: To edit data on Apple Fitness, you’ll need to go to your History tab. From there, find the workout you’d like to edit and tap the three-dots icon on the top right of the workout. This will bring up an Edit Workout option which will allow you to make changes to your data. Once you’ve made your desired changes, tap Save to save them.


The Apple Watch is a powerful fitness tool that can help you reach your goals. With the ability to edit your fitness goals right from your watch or iPhone, you have the power to create personalized plans and track your progress. Whether it’s resting after an injury or pushing yourself to new heights, the Apple Watch has the features to accommodate. With its tree rings of Move, Exercise and Stand, you can set and monitor goals that are tailored to your individual needs.

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Sanjeev Singh

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