Connect Your RunKeeper Account with MyFitnessPal
Article by George Norman
On 24 Jul 2013
The team behind RunKeeper, the app that makes it easier to get and stay in shape, recently announced that you can connect your RunKeeper account with MyFitnessPal, a free and complete health and fitness system.

With RunKeeper it is like having a persona trainer with you – one that stays in your phone and you can take with you in your pocket. You see, this is a handy app that helps you get in shape and stay in shape – which is quite important. The app uses your smartphone’s GPS to track your runs, tell you how fast you ran, and to tell you how far you ran. It then uses this info to calculate how many calories you burned during your runs.

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To get a better idea of what RunKeeper has to offer, here’s a list of its main features:
  • Use the app to track your walking, running, cycling, hiking or biking.
  • Access detailed statistics about your workouts - pace, distance, time, burned calories.
  • Listen and control your music playback.
  • Use a sensor to measure your heart rate.
  • Take and share pictures.
  • Measure your progress and performance over time and against goals and milestones.
  • Achieve specific fitness objectives by following detailed plans.
  • Connect with to Facebook, Twitter and your friends on RunKeeper.
  • Integrate your activity data with more than 70 other apps and services.
One of these "70 other apps and services" is MyFitnessPal - millions have lost weight using its free calorie counter, it must be mentioned.

The team behind RunKeeper announced that you can now connect your RunKeeper account with MyFitnessPal, a free health and fitness system that helps you reach your weight loss, training, and other goals. MyFitnessPal provides real-time nutrition and fitness tracking, insights and community support. Connect RunKeeper and MyFitnessPal and data on your calories, activities, and weight will be synced. Consequently, your RunKeeper workouts will be credited to your net calorie count in MyFitnessPal.

RunKeeper is available for download on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store for free.

You can get MyFitnessPal from the Apps section on the official RunKeeper website.

Additional information on RunKeeper is available here.
Additional information on MyFitnessPal is available here.




Tags: RunKeeper, MyFitnessPal, Google, Play Store, Android, Apple, App Storei, iOS, fitness, weight loss, running, nutrition, calorie counter
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