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Starting an Active Lifestyle With Sports Tracker

Community,Tips 7 February 2018 2 Comments

  Right. So 2018 is the year you’ve decided to get off the couch and start leading an active lifestyle. Well, if you want to have any kind of success there are a few guidelines that will help as well as some ways to use the Sports Tracker app to keep you motivated. 

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How Esa from Finland lost 50 kilograms with the help of Sports Tracker

Community,User stories 17 October 2017 4 Comments

Read how Sports Tracker can be as natural part of weight loss as a diet or working out. It can be your companion that motivates you on daily basis and pushes you towards your goals.

Sports Tracker & World Heart Day

Community,Competitions,Heart Rate Training,Releases 28 September 2017 3 Comments

Working out is one of the best ways to take care of the most important piece of your body – the heart. This Friday is the World Heart Day and to celebrate this Sports Tracker organizes a competition. To join the competition share a workout on Instagram or Twitter using #STHeartDay during Friday 29th of September – Sunday 1st of October 2017.

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Five Of The Best Mountain Running Destinations

Community,Tips 27 April 2017 2 Comments

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock somewhere, you’ll have noticed that hills all around the world are increasingly becoming alive with the sound of runners. As more and more of us head up high in pursuit of adventure, wilderness, increased fitness and respite from overloaded daily routines, the sport of mountain running has become […]

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What is Ski Touring?

Community,Tips 5 April 2017 3 Comments

“Earn you turns!” Photo: Niko Pettersson That’s the mantra of the growing number of backcountry skiers who get just as jacked up about going up the hill as they do skiing down. But hold on a minute. Why sweat your way uphill when there are plenty of ski resorts around the world who will happily […]

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Skiers will love this awesome new Sports Tracker feature!

Community,Tips 20 March 2017 3 Comments

When it comes to getting outside during the winter there is nothing quite as fun as skiing. And if one of your primary goals is to get a good workout and burn a few calories then it’s important to understand that not every day on the hill is created equal. That’s why Sports Tracker’s latest […]

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7 wonderful ways commuting can make you fitter

Community,Tips 15 March 2017 1 Comment

How much time do you waste on your daily commute? For many of us, getting to and from work is not only a huge waste of time, but it’s bad for our bodies and bad for the planet.

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In numbers: How Sports Tracker kept the world fitter in 2016

Community,User stories 30 December 2016 13 Comments

It’s fair to say 2016 has been a year to remember for many reasons. For us, here at Sports Tracker, we’ve been blown away by our community’s ever-increasing passion for staying fitter and healthier. That’s one reason we’ve launched the brand-new Sports Tracker app. To celebrate this, and to give you an insight into the […]

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Super sevens: How to run a 7 minute mile in 7 months

Community,Tips 14 December 2016 20 Comments

Running is a fantastic sport for many reasons. Not only is it practically free but it’s one of the easiest high calorie burning sports to get into. What’s more, it reduces your risk of many common ailments, such as obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and in later life, strokes. Add to that the fact […]

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6 super reasons why running groups rock

Community 2 December 2016 Comments Off on 6 super reasons why running groups rock

The Small World Theory shows we are connected by, on average, about 6 degrees of separation. That means me, you, Harrison Ford, the Queen of England, and the girl at the corner store in your home town all, on average, are all less than six interpersonal connections away. It should come as no surprise then to discover […]

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