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Jan 2015
4:13pm, 23 Jan 2015
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Anyone successfully using multiple apps to track training (and races).

I have a Suunto watch (wrist-top computer LOL) which feeds straight to their proprietary movescount site. I have Movescount set up to feed straight into strava because it's more commonly used and I can share with and see other people's stuff. Then of course some people use runkeeper, anyone linked that in with anything?
I also have (yes, honestly) a daily fitness activity and sleep tracker (misfit) which can link in with myfitnesspal.

Others on my list are mapmyrun andmapmyfitness from the UnderArmour stable.
I have an Android phone so *could* do something clever with Google Fit too.....

Anyone got any ideas about the "perfect" solution or is it all a waste of time? Thing is I pretty much hate exercise and it's the stats and anal analysis that keeps me going :)

Thank you !!!!!!!!!
Jan 2015
4:18pm, 23 Jan 2015
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why don't you just log all your exercise on fetch? And strava too if you want to see what your strava head friends are doing. Sleep trackers tend to be a load of crap, I'm not sure any of them do it properly. You can analyse your data to your heart's content on fetch, no need to bother with mapmyanything.

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