I use 3 running apps to track my progress. I like both Nike (with whom I share workouts with @bigBigGeek and @David_Topping) and RunKeeper. I really like features about both and so I track my runs in both. The way I track my runs in 2 apps is by using a 3rd; iSmoothRun.
The iSmoothRun app lets me use it to track my run and then upload to both Nike and RunKeeper. On top of that, I send a backup to my DropBox just in case it is needed (which I have needed once in the past).
So how is RunKeeper taunting me? I got this nice reminder on my phone a few minutes ago:
Exactly 7 days go, you were working out. Lets make that happen again!
Seriously RunKeeper?!? I have a hard enough time NOT running while trying to recover from falling UP the stairs. Now you taunt me with this?
Okay, I am just kidding… sort of. However, for me, that reminder was honestly not appreciated. 🙂
Tomorrow is a new beginning. Nashville, here I come!
It annoys me when my jawbone up24 tells me that last week I moved x many steps on a day, but this week I fell short of that by like 100 steps. Um, that doesn’t mean I failed for the day, thank you very much.
Wow. 100 steps off in a whole week? Crazy. I use Moves on my iPhone and have found out that I walk an average of 2 miles a day just at work. I was shocked.
Lol, I just looked at my app, and it tells me my longest idle time last week was 3 hours, and although I ran about 45 miles last week, the app is telling me that’s no excuse to “laze about all day”.
Actually hose 3 hours happen to be when I took my Up24 band off to cook dinner.
Ha. I guess they need to adjust their algorithm. 🙂
That’s too funny!!! Damn RunKeeper, thinking it knows better than you..
Ha. I know. Crazy thing!
I guess it comes down to the reason for the week hiatus. It would be spooky if they knew I was hurt and said something like, “Hope you get well soon”. 🙂
I don’t like its snarky tone. “Let’s make that happen again?” How ’bout you shut your mouth or I’ll shut it for you, Runkeeper? 🙂
That is great. You summed up my post in just a few “choice” words! 🙂