Can the Apple Watch work with weightlifting? There are a few unanswered questions for me at the moment and I figured there must be more Apple Watch owners who go to the gym for weights, so looking to see what you guys think: - How accurately does it track weight lifting as an exercise? Currently, I start an 'other' exercise with an open goal so at least the watch can see my heart is working away despite me being stationery lifting weights for 30 seconds at a time. But how accurate are the readings in the end? Does it over estimate or underestimate the energy output? I get the feeling t underestimates judging at how close my jogs are to a session of squats. - How do you use apps on the watch for weight lifting? I'm currently using it to play the music app/Overcast podcasts and remote control it and that works well. I also use FitList for tracking workout data and it works, but as with third party apps and Bluetooth, it's so slow with loading screens sometimes I do just end up going over to the phone that I leave lying nearby. Any other apps? - How do you use them with weight lifting straps, the kind used for better grip with deadlifts for example? For the time being, I'm just taking the watch off during deadlifts. - Anyone using the leather watch bands in the gym? Will it wear in a good leathery way or mess up with time and sweat? What about the Milanese? - How do you use the watch at the gym without standing out? It's great when you get a message and can reply quickly or dictate, but I clearly stand out if I'm fiddling and talking to my watch so often (often but briefly).