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I have been a little lazy with my running, at least i don`t go as much as i used to but im also lacking sometime for it lately =/
On my last run i reinstalled one app that i never reviewed before and it was actually the first app i used when i first started running a year ago, i don`t know why i never thought of reviewing but i started using other apps and ended up forgetting i guess.
The first app i used for running was Runkeeper, which is a famous app actually that will track your run using GPS, like all other apps.
The app is free and you can register online to create an account (also for free) so you can then sync your running data and have it saved there to then analyze. You can also share your runs on facebook or social networking websites so your friends can now how you are doing in terms of running. The account is not mandatory but it will always show pop ups windows to tell you to create an account, which can be a pain.
In the app you can track the speed, distance, time, calories, see the map of your run, which is good. But i do have to say that there are other apps that are more complete and have a more modern user interface.
Now, as far as my run, it was not that great lol The distance was not much ( 1.54km or 0.94 miles) which is not good compared to what i used to do, which was up to 6km/3.72 miles but for my defense it was close to negative temperatures outside because i went at night and i was decided to go running even with that cold and i also have stopped running sometime ago, so i lost resistance unfortunately and what i used to do in 20 minutes without stopping i now have to stop a lot.
Still, i will get back to it and get back to the previous resistance i had and even improve hopefully.
<strong>Do you run? What was your best distance/time? Do you use sports tracking/running apps?</strong>
(pictures are screen shoots i took ; first picture is a screen shoot i took + picture from the source)