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Apple stresses fitness tech

Apple made a big deal of the ability of its Health app and Apple Watch to track your activity and exercise.

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Apple's Activity and Workout apps

Apple will include two fitness applications on its Apple Watch: the Activity and Workout apps.

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Track how you move

The Activity app can keep tabs on how much you move, exercise, and even stand.

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Work it out

The Apple Watch will have a Workout app that lets you log runs, bike rides, and walks.

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Get credit for standing

The Apple Watch will give you brownie points for standing, a first for a wearable fitness tracker.

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Your goal in sight

The Apple Watch's Workout app shows how far you need to go at a quick glance.

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Move it to burn it

Easily see how much you have to move to burn the calories you want to negate.

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Run it off

The same goes for the burn rate of your runs. Your calorie progress is displayed at a glance.

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A little encouragement

The Workout app also pushes you by showing the halfway mark during runs.

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This badge is for you

A health and fitness app wouldn't be one without awarding virtual achievement badges. The Apple Watch doesn't disapoint here, either.

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