Yeah! I've been on that site for a few years now, both as a subscriber and not. My sister joined too; we have our own party for running quests. It would not work well for me if it were just for checking off my tasks, but with company and a purpose (quest), I can stick with it. I've also rejigged how I allocate my points to make it quite hard to progress.
I got a garmin fenix watch about 5 months ago after tracking my runs with strava app for a long time. I absolutely love it and I particularly like having heart rate graphs, heart rate variability, stress measurements, sleep tracking, and detailed run metrics. The watch indicates when I'm not feeling well (if heart rate/variability are off when resting or during activity). I use my watch for navigation and it's nice to see pace numbers while running if I desire. You get much of the same data using a phone with the strava app but I am all about generating as much data as possible to help me analyze the effects of my behavior on my well-being.Do you use any gadgets to track your fitness and/or your progress?
Do you like it?
How long have you been using it?
Did it change anything in how you train?
So, update on this:I had a Garmin vivofit until it died (and I got it replaced once, I think), and I enjoyed tracking steps. Recently, the manufacturer of my phone ran a promo for their fitness trackers and smart watches, which got me tempted again - but I think I missed the promo period, oh well.
I think I might like to get into hiking soon, and it would be useful for that. So that's a decided... maybe! Haha. Might just use a phone app to begin.
... which was replaced with a Garmin Venu 3 by yesterday. Enjoying every bit, a giant leap compared to the previous tracker, crapton of sensors, good sampling resolution and way better sync and visualization options.Shortly after getting back into daily activities, I bought a Xiaomi Band 7 Pro ...