I've been wearing an Apple Watch since late 2016. At first, I didn't pay much attention to the Activity Rings. The rings represent how much you've moved, exercised, and stood in a day. When I got the Watch, I was objectively inactive. That January, I started to prioritize moving a little bit every day. Sometimes it was on the treadmill. Other times it was a quick walk outside. By the end of the month, I'd decided to give running a try. By April, I was feeling like a new person. I started bouldering that summer, weight lifting in the fall, and ran several races. My Watch was super helpful for tracking my progress and providing those little dopamine hits when I accomplished new mileage or paces.