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Here are some MyFitnessPal testimonials sent to us by Withingers who were nice enough to share their experience (something we really like at Withings!). Have a read. Who knows? You too could boost your self-tracking adventure by syncing your Withings and MFP accounts!
Here is a testimonial sent in by James Bell, a UK-based Withinger. He describes how he lost a good amount of weight thanks to his Withings scale and his new found passion. If you feel like supporting us, please send us your testimonial, at email@example.com! It really means a lot to us.
Of all the apps designed to improve your “fitness experience”, RunKeeper is often the most popular. By using the GPS function of your smartphone, the app gave birth to a new way to draw: running! All jokes aside, being able to see the path on which you ran, highlighted on a map, in the comfort of the palm of your hand… was a game-changer.
Since 2009, we’ve been working to invent, shape and produce smart connected devices that help you easily take care of your health and well-being.
During that time, we spent many hours thinking on how we could help people reach a healthier lifestyle, how we could simplify the way you can monitor and improve your well-being in your everyday life.
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to get in shape for the holidays! If you have a busy schedule and you prefer working out on your own, why not turn your smartphone into your personal trainer? We have picked here the best fitness apps to help you achieve your goals!
If you visited the blog in the past week, you may have noticed a new button alongside the traditional choices to share an article, Facebook, Twitter and Google’s +1. The “Healthy” button was created by our partner RunKeeper to let you share articles that you find interesting with your “Street Team” of friends.
As the name implies, the Healthy button is designed mostly for health-related news and articles, but when you think about it, any article that or makes you that teaches you something new or that challenges you in some way can be considered Healthy! If you see anything interesting on the Withings blog, be sure to click on the white heart!