A Tribe for discussing mobile apps that are useful for exercise, fitness and sport. From route tracking to gym routine planning to nutrition, this is the place to discuss all things mobile and sport. Topics, guides and questions are welcome for all platforms - iPhone, Android, Blackberry and even Windows!
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Hi I'm new. (^_^)/ I have a fitness folder on my iphone that has Runkeeper, C25K, Pranayama, GainFitness and, TS. Runkeeper is great for tracking my walking routes, and I really like how I get regular pace, distance and time feedback while I use...
Joel T I got a few I like, one is My Tracks (Google) My Fitness Pal (Tracks calories in, burned, weight and size measures) Run Keeper (great for mapping a run and tracking intervals) and Zombie Run (it can spice up a run)
Jason W replied to the topic Upload training data direct to Tribesports from Map My Tracks app!!
This is great! I can't wait to start uploading automatically.
Nike Fuelband, Jawbone UP, Fitbit Flex, Bowflex Boost, etc. I don't know exactly what type of equipment you would call them; super pedometer, fitness aid or activity tracker, but there are several of them available. Which is your favorite and why?
Free works for me. I have an iPhone app "Map My Tracks" that syncs with Tribesports so I can post here. I also log my walking everyday with a pedometer supplied through a program with my employer, that tracks my mileage each day. This provides...
Nike Fuelband, Jawbone UP, Fitbit Flex and Bowflex Boost. I don't know exactly what type of equipment you call them; super pedometer, fitness aid or activity tracker, but there are several of them available. Which is your favorite and why?
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Jason W I am a fan of the Lose It! app. It allows me to set goals and track my caloric intake and exercises performed. Data is displayed in a easy to understand form and overall polish for the app is high.