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I've started using runkeeper as well. I'm still getting used to it, but I really like it so far. I'm doing my first long run with it tomorrow.
Imperfection is important. If we were all perfect, then there would be no such thing as growth, and everyone would be extremely boring, which is, paradoxically, not that perfect.-- Dr. Matt
Baltimore Running Festival Marathon Finisher. 5:55:33
I use runkeeper, its a GPS free app for my iphone. Works great!
Cleveland Rite Aid HM 2008 3:08
Tow Path HM 2009
Cleveland Rite Aid HM 2010
Cleveland Rite Aid HM 2011 2:52
Rock-n-Roll Philadelphia HM 2011 2:50
Rock-n-Roll Las Vegas HM 2011
Tinker Bell HM 2012
Princess HM 2012
Run meter - in uploads to daily mile and a lot of my Nike friends are there. We have run in challenges on the old Nike site and now we run challenges on daily mile.
I.run is a wonderful mapping app. It beats Garmin. i.run imports maps from runners all over the world, even Garmin users, anyone who will share a run with them. They import them all and add the trails to their maps. I love it for the trail maps.
Each of is an athlete, some are just in training.
Garmin 910xt. Before that used Cardio Trainer on my phone.
I wear a garmin 305. I love it. Does all my tracking for me in one. Before that, I used a polar HRM and the Fitness Maps application here on Sparkpeople for distance tracking.
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Wrote about Map My Run today in my blog - I find it to meet my needs for the most part, but just wondering what everyone else is using to log training runs when outdoors instead of on a treadmill?
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