Wanna celebrate women around the world and really rock your workout for the day in one fell swoop? You're in luck! According to a tweet by Kyle Seth Gray, Apple's next activity challenge is happening on International Women's Day: March 8, 2018.

The point of the challenge is to honor International Women's Day by closing your move rings twice over. That means if your daily calorie goal is usually 600, you'll need to burn 1,200 calories to earn the achievement. As a reward, you'll earn a super cool badge as well as unlock animated iMessage stickers based on Move rings that use the International Women's Day badge color scheme.

The badge should appear on March 6 for all Apple Watch users, and is expected to be international. If you need some themed jams for your workout, Apple is also offering curated collection of Celebrating Bold Women playlists and albums in Apple Music.

To help you jumpstart your ring closing, here are some of the things you can do to get yourself up and moving.

Go for a fall photo walk (with or without puppers)

In many areas of the world, there's still time for some autumnal fun (or spring nature flings, if you're in the southern hemisphere). That means it's the perfect time to explore the great outdoors in your neighborhood: Grab a friend (or a doggie pal) and take a 5K photo walk, snapping as you go. If you live near a large park or preserve, all the better.

Just remember, for walk, run, or wheel workouts to count, you have to keep up the pace. So go brisk and, when you want to shoot, pause the workout, snap, snap, snap away, then hustle to the next spot.

Trail skating is in

Okay, so Apple doesn't officially have a skating option in the Workout app, but you can fake it by logging a running workout while you go roller skating, blading, or skateboarding on your town's paved bike path or trail.

Run, run, run away

Whether you're running in the gym, on the streets, along the coast, or in a park, a run or wheelchair workout is a great way to get your badge. You may not look as cool as the runners in Apple's recent Watch ad, but what's stopping you from feeling that way on the inside?

Play Pokémon Go

The Pokémon Go Watch app will in fact log a walking workout on your Apple Watch, so you can theoretically go for a lengthy walk and help hatch your eggs, too. Grab a Pokemon Go Plus and you can click to catch and spin as you go!

There's even an event on right now, with Gen 3 water types, Delibird, Santa Hat Pikachu, and more to discover — if you're out and about!

Your ideas?

How are you going to grab Apple's International Women's Day badge? Let us know in the comments!

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