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Apple is once again encouraging Apple Watch users to stay active with a new challenge in honor of International Women’s Day. The challenge is set to take place on March 8 and aims to support the empowerment of women worldwide.
To participate, users need to complete any workout for 20 minutes or more on their Apple Watch. Apple encourages users to record their time using the Workout app or any other app that adds workouts to Health. Once completed, users will receive a virtual award that will be displayed on their iPhone, Apple Watch, and in Messages app.
The Apple Watch Activity Challenges have been a popular way for Apple to encourage fitness and make use of the watch’s workout tracking features. By participating in these challenges, users can unlock virtual awards and stay motivated to maintain an active lifestyle.
Apple Fitness+ subscribers can also take part in the challenge by completing any workout offered by the service. Fitness+ is Apple’s own workout service that offers a wide range of categories, including yoga, strength training, and dance. With this addition, Apple is making it even easier for users to participate in the challenge and stay active.
The promotion of fitness and wellness has long been a priority for Apple. The company has made significant investments in health technology and has been expanding its fitness offerings in recent years. The Apple Watch is a critical part of this strategy, providing users with a range of features to monitor their activity levels and track their progress.
The International Women’s Day challenge is just one of many ways that Apple is using its technology to promote a healthy lifestyle. As more people look to incorporate fitness into their daily routines, the Apple Watch and Fitness+ are becoming increasingly popular tools to help them achieve their goals.