I have had my Apple Watch for a week and a half now and I love it. The fitness side of things is brilliant. I use it when I run and it works great for me. I am wondering, what do people have as their calorie goal setting? Because of my running I nominated my goal to be "medium" activity level, and based on my other factors it recommended 710 calories per day. I've kept it at that level because on days I run (anywhere between 5 and 35km) I easily make it. But I am finding on days I don't run I am really struggling to get there. I work in an office job, and it's brilliant for getting me up and moving. But take today for example. I have gone on 3 separate walks between 1.5k and 2.5k, and I still have only managed to get abour 3/4 of the way to my required goal. That's on top of making a conscious effort to get up from my seat and walk around as I talk on the phone. I feel like a complete loser, but I've dialed the goal back to 600 calories just now. With everything I've done today I've managed so far (at 4:30pm) to get to 517 calories. So I tend to think that even 600 is going to be a stretch to achieve every single day, including running rest days, and I need the goal to be achievable. So I'd be really interested in knowing what other people have set as their calorie goal and how they are going about making it, and what they are doing or have changed to ensure they hit it?