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
Johnan R LiveCycling is one-third markdown now on the App Store on iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id407471916/?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Simple free app for intervals..
Tom G My GYm Goal app works well for tracking your progress. It has a ton of features and easily backs up to a server and emails you the file. Tons of predefined workouts for each muscle of the body.
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?