As March marks the International Women’s Day, Apple has announced a new Apple’s Workout Challenge to celebrate the empowerment of women all over the world. The challenge aims to encourage Apple Watch users to engage in physical activities and earn an award in return.
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Notification for the challenge will be displayed on Apple Watches in the days leading up to the event. To earn the International Women’s Day award, Apple Watch users need to perform any type of workout for at least 20 minutes on March 8.
Recording the time spent on a workout can be easily done through the Workout app or any other app that logs workouts to the Health app. Participants who complete the challenge will be rewarded with a dedicated badge in the Fitness app, along with a set of animated stickers that can be used on Messages and FaceTime.
The International Women’s Day challenge is the latest in a series of challenges introduced by Apple for different events, including Lunar New Year, Black History Month, and Heart Month, which were all held in February.
Participating in the International Women’s Day challenge is easy and straightforward. To join, follow these simple steps:
Wait for the notification. A notification will be displayed on Apple Watches a few days before March 8 to remind users about the challenge.
Do any workout for 20 minutes or more on March 8. To earn the award, participants need to engage in physical activity for at least 20 minutes.
Record the workout time. Use the Workout app or any other app that logs workouts to Health to keep track of the time spent on the workout.
What Participants Will Get for Completing the Challenge
Completing the International Women’s Day challenge comes with exciting rewards. Participants who successfully finish the challenge will be rewarded with the following:
A dedicated badge in the Fitness app. This badge is exclusively for participants who complete the challenge.
Animated stickers. Along with the badge, participants will also receive a set of animated stickers that can be used on Messages and FaceTime.
Other Challenges by Apple for Different Events
Apple has been introducing challenges for various events throughout the year. In February alone, Apple launched challenges for Lunar New Year, Black History Month, and Heart Month.
The Lunar New Year challenge encouraged users to complete a 60-minute workout while the Black History Month challenge required participants to complete a workout for at least 11 consecutive days. Lastly, the Heart Month challenge encouraged users to complete a workout of any kind for seven days in a row.
Overall, Apple’s challenges are a fun and exciting way to encourage users to stay active and engage in physical activities. With the International Women’s Day challenge, Apple is not only promoting physical health but also celebrating the empowerment of women all over the world.