Apple wants to motivate you to do more exercise with the Apple Watch:
The Close Your Rings site shows you how and for what the Activity Activity works on the Apple Watch and teaches you ways to close your circles on the clock and improve your physical activity.
The Apple Watch is the best-selling smart watch, but perhaps its users are using it without squeezing its main function focused on physical activity.
To fix it, Apple launched the site Close Your Rings on Friday with which they give a quick introduction to the application Activity on Apple Watch and shows all the benefits that result from using the watch during physical activities such as swimming, athletics and even walking.
The Close Your Rings site is a motivation for users. Apple shows simple examples of activities as basic as walking the dog, dancing in a concert or riding a bicycle to work, but that help to make a more active life and close the circles of physical activity record that is displayed on the screen of the Apple Watch. The site recommends using one of the covers that includes the three circles so that users can see their progress during the day and are even more motivated to close these three circles.
Since its debut in 2015, the Apple Watch has focused on motivating users to exercise and burn calories. The Apple Watch already has notifications for users to get out of the chair if they have not stood up within the previous 50 minutes and already shows notifications for paused breathing if the heart rate sensor detects accelerations in the user.
The Apple Watch has these three circles -one for the exercise, another to make users do not spend so much time sitting and another to indicate the approximate burning of calories- that are closing as the day progresses and the user’s physical activity.