I took my Apple Watch to the gym with me for the first time yesterday and *most* things went swimmingly. But i'm a little stumped as to one of the results i got - i think i may be using it wrong. On indoor cycle, everything was perfect. The calorie count on the bike and the apple watch were never more than 3 calories apart (and I think i accumulated them before I started the workout) and both in line with what my last body analysis said I should use. The problem came when my trainer put me on the treadmill to walk with a pretty steep incline. After an hour, the treadmill told me I'd burned 724 calories. The watch gave me 200. The first 10 minutes I did on "indoor walk", then I tried "indoor run" to see if it would match the calorie count more closely - but it didn't. It went up at a rate of maybe 10% for the final 50 minutes, although this could probably be better explained by my heart rate than a different calculation for running and walking. Has anyone else experienced this problem? Am i better off forgoing the distance tracking in "workouts" (i also log it in runkeeper, anyway, and the treadmill would be more accurate wrt distance than my watch) and just using "other" workout on an incline walk?