DailyBurn is a webapp and iPhone app that offer meal tracking, exercise tracking, calorie counting, nutrition tracking, and workout plans that can all be customized to fit your needs. The webapp gives you the ability to monitor your progress and track our performance, and the iPhone app (and its companion apps) let you update your account while on the go, scan food and snap photos of your meals to have them virtually dissected and added to your diet log, and keep an eye on your workout schedule. The service also has a social component and a community of other users who all help motivate one another, either by offering advice and tips or competing with one another on fitness challenges and leaderboards.
Runkeeper puts a social spin on keeping track of your exercise and running habits. The webapp, combined with its Android and iOS apps, can help you monitor your run while you're out, review your speed and distance progress over time, and help you tailor your workouts for the most impact over time. While Runkeeper doesn't have a diet or food tracking portion, and it doesn't boast a built-in community, it does help runners and avid exercisers keep track of their activities, share them with either own friends on Twitter and Facebook, and lets you look back over your past performance. The last time , .
Reviewers say the Apple Watch is among the best smart watches for blending fitness-related features with the many other functions a smart watch provides. A three-pronged fitness app encourages users to stand, move and exercise while tracking steps, distance and calories. A more in-depth workout app tracks heart rate and other data. There are a ton of third-party fitness apps that work with the Apple Watch, and the vibrant retina display earns raves. There are also many options for customizing the look of this watch.
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