That's me in the sunnies and knee wrap (my life!) with a few on my close and personal, Runkeeper friends out for a brisk Fun Run across the Brooklyn Bridge on a crisp October morning. Setting the occasion for our run group to put to the test 7 ways to step up your running fitness workout with the Runkeeper app. Trust me, I am far from an expert or professional runner, evidence being my wrapped up knee, however, I am methodical and all for firsthand experience. Here's a look at the new and improved, updated Runkeeper app.
Thank you to the team for Runkeeper and Momtrends for sponsoring this informative advertorial with the invitation to participate in a #MTRun event.
* Runkeeper DJ (For iOS Only)
* Premium Training Plans & Lifetime Insights
* Live Broadcasting
Post your run or walk info in real time on Facebook or Twitter allowing friends and family to give you a shout-out of encouragement as you work your way toward the finish line.
* Keep Connected
The Runkeeper app has an integration for Apple Watch, Pebble, Fitbit and other fitness apps for nutrition, sleep monitoring, weight monitoring, step tracking, calorie counting and more. The standalone Apple Watch app allows you to run without your phone and keep track with Runkeeper. Get your heart rate data on the run, easily swipe right or force touch to pause any activity on the go.
Subscriptions for Runkeeper Go are available per month or per year. Runkeeper Go subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes account following confirmation of purchase.
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