Closers. Up close.

To inspire you to close your Activity rings, here’s a quick look at how other Apple Watch owners are closing theirs.

Haley A.

I’m a pretty competitive person. So it’s always a good feeling when I close the rings.

Haley competes for the US National Team as an elite open water swimmer. She uses the Pool Swim workout to track her distance in the pool, where she closes her Exercise ring in training sessions every morning. Because she’s highly competitive, Haley tries to double her Move and Exercise rings every day.

Haley’s swimming metrics are duration, active calories, laps and distance.

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Jason L.

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 weightlifting. When it comes to staying mentally fit, reminders from the Breathe app nudge Jason during his busy day, helping him to recentre.

The Heart Rate app lets Jason quickly check his pulse during performance breaks.

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Natsumi Y.

Apple Watch helps me be a better instructor. It also shows me how to live a healthier life.

Natsumi is a yoga instructor and model living in Tokyo. She uses the Yoga workout to close her Exercise ring while she’s teaching a class. On occasion, Natsumi likes to surprise her students by taking them on hiking expeditions, where the Hiking workout tracks her distance and calorie burn. If Natsumi’s rings aren’t closed by the afternoon, she walks to her modelling gigs.

Natsumi uses the Breathe watch face to begin yoga classes.

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