Hey guys, looking for a bit of insight the Apple Store staff couldn't help me with today. Obviously one of the big appeals for a lot of us with the Apple watch is the Activity Tracking elements of it, I regularly achieve my stand and calorie targets but rarely my exercise. Now I'm willing to admit I'm not the type of person who goes for a run, or the gym or so on, but I'm physically active and would say I do 30 minutes of light exercise a day, but rarely manage to track more than 5. I've never had an issue with this as I figured I wasn't exercising enough. That was untiL i started going for walks with my wife. Now my wife has a blood pressure condition that means she rarely walks far so these are quite short walks at no considerable pace. For this period of activity (probably a 20 minute walk I guess) I tracked a whole two minutes, given this was the same pace I might stroll around a shop or something I was ok with this until I checked my wifes and she had tracked more or less a 20 minute period. Neither of us had used the workout app for this so I'm intrigued, how does the watch actually measure exercise, what constitute the watch going 'Hey, nice one, clearly you're working out...' Any input greatly appreciated.