Apple has refreshed its “Close Your Rings” page that looks to offer some inspiration for Apple Watch users and potential. Today's update offers the stories of more people with fast-paced videos showing how they close their rings and what's motivating them.
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The updated page features the tagline " Closers. Up close."
To inspire you to close your activity, it's a quick look at how other Apple watch owners are closing theirs.
Today's featured stories include two athletes, an orchestra conductor, and a yoga instructor.
First up is Haley, a competitive swimmer on the US National Team. For here, the competition that closes on Apple Watch offers motivation.
I’m a pretty competitive person. So it's always a good feeling when I close the rings
Apple notes that she usually tries to hit here Move and Exercise rings 2x
She uses the Pool Swim workout to track her yardage in the pool her Exercise ring in training sessions every morning.
Jason is an orchestra conductor who takes a holistic approach to health and appreciates how Apple Watch helps with that.
I believe in exercising the mind , the body and the heart
In addition to the strenuous workout he gets on the podium, Jason likes to close his rings using the workout app to track swimming, cycling and weight lifting. When it comes to staying mentally fit, reminders from the breathe app Jason in his busy day, helping him to read more.
9to5Mac's own Zac Hall just shared an inspiration post about his own journey with using Apple Watch to help
Lucy is the number one junior golfer in the world, she values how Apple Watch helps her focus future training.
It helps me keep track of my fitness during tournaments,
She closes her hands virtually every day on the course, using Apple Watch with cellular to. stay in touch with her parents. Lucy also stays active off the course, training on the elliptical or swimming with friends.
Lastly, Natsumi, a yoga instructor feels Apple's wearable makes her a better teacher and more.
Apple Watch helps me be a better instructor . It also shows me how to live a healthier life.
Along with each story, Apple offers links to how to support documents to help Apple's users use the features highlighted. Apple has also kept the previously shared stories / videos that were released last summer on the page.
Check out Apple's updated stories for more stories and videos on the latest featured Apple Watch users.
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