How to Change Weight on Apple Watch (2022)

Keep your health data up-to-date by finding out how to change your weight on Apple Watch through the Fitness app.

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The Apple Watch, being a fitness-focused device, allows you to set your weight and log workouts, which means you can set goals for yourself. As you work out more, your weight might change, so knowing how to change weight on Apple Watch is an excellent skill to have.

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Why You’ll Love This Tip

  • More accurately count calories and ensure your Apple Watch has your most up-to-date health data.
  • Keep track of your weight with your Apple Watch, so that you can meet your fitness goals.

How to Change Weight on Apple Watch

While you can set goals and log workouts from your Apple Watch, weight is not something that you can set from the device. You’ll need to use the Watch app on your iPhone instead. To learn more about your Apple Watch features, sign up for our free Tip of the Day Newsletter. Now, here's how to change the weight on your Apple Watch by updating your health information on your iPhone: 

  1. Open the Watch app.

    Open the Watch app.
  2. Scroll down and tap Health.

    Scroll down and tap Health.
  3. Tap Health Details.

    Tap Health Details.
  4. Tap Edit.

    Tap Edit.
  5. Tap Weight.

    Tap Weight.
  6. Scroll to select your weight.

    Scroll to select your weight.
  7. Tap Done.

    Tap Done.

As you can see, updating weight on Apple Watch is pretty easy, and can be done in a matter of minutes. With your most up-to-date health settings, you’re now ready to start working out with your Apple Watch, which means you can meet your fitness goals.

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Rhett Intriago is a passionate writer and Apple enthusiast. When he’s not drafting iPhone Life articles, he prefers to spend his free time gaming with friends, watching anime with his wife, or playing with his three cats.