Apple Watch owners can exercise to win a virtual trophy on Valentine’s Day

Apple Watch owners have a new activity challenge coming on February 14. In the United States, the month of February is known as American Heart Month.

In accordance with American Heart Month, Apple celebrates its own Heart Month Challenge on February 14th each year. Apple Watch owners should expect a notification about the upcoming challenge in a few days prior to February 14.

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Apple Watch owners can participate in the Heart Month Challenge on Valentine’s Day

As reported by 9to5Mac, Apple Watch owners can finish the challenge by logging sixty minutes of exercise on their Exercise ring. You can do so by either completing exercises in Apple Fitness+, use the Workout app on Apple Watch, or with any app that connects with the Health app. 

Apple’s annual “Heart Month Challenge” pushes Apple Watch users to workout and log at least 60 minutes of exercise on Valentine’s Day to promote positive heart health. Completing the challenge with any workout app that logs data to Apple’s Fitness app will unlock the virtual achievement on the iPhone, Apple Watch, and in Apple’s Messages app.

Apple is encouraging users by telling them to “show your heart some love.”

Show your heart some love. Get this award by earning 60 minutes on your Exercise ring this Valentine’s Day, February 14.

Upon completing the challenge, it will earn the owners of Apple Watch a virtual trophy that they can showcase, as well as special edition stickers for FaceTime and Messages. Users should anticipate a notification on their Apple Watch a few days before the challenge commences. Apple Watch

The Heart Month Challenge is not the only activity challenge that Apple is dropping in February. The Cupertino tech giant is also running the Utility Challenge to celebrate Black History Month. Apple Watch owners can complete this challenge by closing their Move ring seven days in a row during the month of February. 

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