How to Set or Change Your Move Goal on Apple Watch

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Mar 24, 2017
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Here’s a complete tutorial on how to change or set a new move goal on your Apple Watch Series 2, Series 1 or original model.

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The Apple Watch comes packed with a bunch of great fitness related features. And if you are willing to go beyond the capabilities of the device, there are third-party apps available as well. Basically, there are endless ways to keep track of your health and fitness, but whatever you do, everything starts from the very basic of things. I am, of course, talking about the built-in Activity app in the Apple Watch that helps you get up and running in the world of fitness.

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The moment you set up your Apple Watch and dive into Activity, you are required to enter the amount of calories you wish to burn on a daily basis to stay on top of your game. Of course, life can be unfair at times, and there comes a point where you might want to alter that Move Goal a little in order to better suit your needs. So how do you change your Move Goal exactly? That’s why we are here.

Tutorial

1. On your Apple Watch, press the Digital Crown to go to the home screen.

2. Now find the Activity app and open it.

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3. Once you are the main screen showing your activity rings, deep press on the display.

4. You will now see two options immediately. Tap on the Change Move Goal option.

5. Select your new Move Goal, then tap on Update once your satisfied with it.

That’s it, you are done. If you are not satisfied with your goal at all, then it’s best to change it once again.

Once you get on the road to fitness, don’t let anything get you down. Once you start hitting your goals on a daily basis, step things up a notch, and keep on doing so until you get into beast mode. But of course, if you just wanna keep in shape, then setting a mild goal is more than enough to keep things on the right track.

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