Christopher E one app for android and apple that I like is workout trainer by skimble. you can tell what area you want to workout and how hard you want to work out such as casual, moderate, or intense. So if you just want abs and intense then boom there are several different workout to do.
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Eunice Y encouraged this.
I'm also on MyFitnessPal AND my Walkmeter/Runmeter apps now automatically sync with it :)
Thank you everyone for the response. I actually used it this morning to log my breakfast. I love the bar code scanner! Thank you everyone for your help.
Agree with Kevin on this i use my fitness pal its awesome and so eay to use the barcode finder is awesome.
My FItness Pal let's you log what you are eating and exercise performed, it's easy to use and has helped me lose weight
Pamela S HI, I just got a Garmin Vivofit. I don't know anyone in the Vivofit community. If you have a Vivofit and want to to connect on Garmin Connect to challenge each other, search AUTGRII
If I were you Brenda I would email the TS Team. Since no one has replied to you via on Tribesports. Maybe you going straight to the source for your suggestion! :-)
I used to have runkeeper app and it stored all my favourite running and cycling routes . I don't always use the app but I could see back and see how long it was. Also I want to look back when i'm 'an old one' and reminisce about the routes I took...
I use my NIke+GPS Sportswatch for logging runs and the NIke+ RUnning App to download my runs and monitor distance, pace, calories etc. Another TS member also advised that other running stats can be downloaded if using footpod by linking to MapMyRU...
Valeree L Any suggestions for apps to help an older person with healthy living, i.e. exercise, fitness, healthy eating, etc.? Or for a younger person who is helping that older person age well?
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Monica S answered the question Can a mobile app ever be a replacement for a garmin type device?
I say no. I have tried and nothing is better than my Garmin. Plus I like to run from my phone