Without a doubt, the Apple Watch takes credit for being a device that has changed the lives of millions of people. Not because it is possible to access part of our digital life from the wrist, but rather because it has made sedentary users with little or no interest in sports incorporate physical exercise into their daily routine and way of life.
Cupertino’s boys have achieved these transformations thanks to the rings and challenges incorporated in their now very famous Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch rings
The first feature, the rings, encourages you to close them by moving for a minimum of 30 minutes a day and to stretch your legs every hour for at least 12 hours a day. The other ring, the Movement ring, can be adjusted according to the users’ own needs. The last function is that of challenges, which reward us for achieving certain objectives. One of the challenges of February 2020 is the challenge of Heart Month.
Close the exercise ring for seven days in a row
To be eligible for the Heart Month 2020 award, you must complete the Exercise ring for seven days in a row. But it is not valid to do it in any week of February, but it must be done from February 8 to 14, the day that coincides with the celebration of St. Valentine’s Day.
The Apple Watch is also a device that stands out for other health-related functions, such as the fall detector and the ECG function to perform electrocardiograms, being able to detect possible heart problems. According to a study by the Stanford University School of Medicine, the Apple Watch has the ability to notify its user about a possible heart attack.
So, if you have the money to buy an Apple Watch (prices start at $ 399), you will surely make a good investment in your health … as long as you don’t ignore the directions on the watch.