My iPhone 6 had to be replaced today due to technical issue. I always back it up. However, upon launching the restore I noticed the activity was missing. Furthermore, quick research and I found that you have to do "encrypted" iTunes backups in order for the Activity data to be preserved. However, when I went to pair the old watch to the new phone, I was offered a "watch" backup that was AFTER I had wiped its previously paired phone. I guess the watches do some backups on their own, if they are on wifi? However, the watch backup didn't have any activity data either, not even my same-day data. I'm guessing that the watch backups are stored in iCloud, but they don't have any of the health information, is that correct? The watch did restore all its face settings, etc. However, ALL activity data whatsoever must be exclusively in the phone backups, which didn't keep on mine due to them not being encrypted? In short, I should stop trying because there is definitely no backup of this activity data at this point? Thanks for the help! I had been working hard this summer getting my exercise and activity goals every day. Lots of fun data. It made my workout tonight much less fun knowing I was starting over. The only bright side is I will be buying a 6S in a couple months and I guess this hiccup prevented me from losing an additional two months of data at that time. Although, I probably wouldn't have wiped my original phone so quick so I might have still had the original phone in that scenario to recover it from. Oh well. Thanks.