Date: Monday 2017_07_17
Activity: Strength Training
Location: at Home
So I worked out my own strength training plan from things I’ve learnt over the years
One of the things that are very important to me when I go for a run, is to know how far, how hard and how long I went for a run. To me it’s very interesting to see my performance and to see how I improve. It builds my confidence and helps me to be truly honest with myself – because it’s all there on the screen. At the same time it can be distracting, looking at the screen the whole time, taking pictures of things you see whilst you run, or accepting a phone call – so not all runners might prefer using a cell phone app. So all of this is open for interpretation –
I have decided that I will be reviewing two Applications – to me they both fall in the same category and compare closely – I will be conducting my research over a month – and give you some feedback then. The two apps I’ll be comparing will be:
I know the Nike app pretty well, and have been using it for more than a year now and very happy with it so far – so I’ll be focusing on getting to know the Polar Beat app – I also have an activity tracker called a polar loop – This is the main reason for testing the app – to see if I can utilize the Polar loop to its fullest.
I hope you will follow me and see what I have to say after a month –
Have a lovely day – Tell someone they look pretty today! It might just make them smile, and you will feel great!
Event Name: Nissan Trailseeker Trail Run Series #2 Buffelsdrift
Date Held: 30 June 2019
Buffelsdrift MTB Park.
Photo Credit: Henk Neuhoff
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