As we near the end of January, it’s a good time to check in on those goals you set while ringing in the New Year. Setting resolutions is great, as this gives you a chance to evaluate where you’re at and what you want to improve on. Still, as positive as setting new goals is, the stats about these resolutions are not as optimistic. Continue reading How to Get Smart About Your Goals
It’s that time of year again where resolutions and good intentions abound. Still, we all know that without a goal to stick to, it’s hard to see those resolutions through to the end. To help keep you on track and get 2015 off to a great start, we’re giving our Android and iOS users two new goal-oriented features — Commitments and Create a Challenge in-app. Continue reading Challenge Your Friends and Commit to a Goal This New Year
Goal-Oriented ‘Commitments’ and ‘Create a Challenge’ Features Capitalize On Endomondo’s Unique Social Approach to Exercise
COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Jan. 06, 2015 – Staying motivated is a crucial aspect to keeping New Year’s fitness resolutions. To help, Endomondo has released an update for the very popular Endomondo Sports Tracker iOS and Android app that includes two new goal-oriented means for keeping users focused on fitness ambitions.
The first tool now available enables users to create their own private challenge and invite select people to take part directly from the app. With more than 300,000 participants in some of Endomondo’s public challenges, it is a proven motivating concept that is now launched in a more personal version which can be tailored to every user’s needs.
The second new feature is called ‘Commitments’ and allows users to set a weekly, personal fitness goal from the app. Users can choose a weekly performance schedule before selecting a specific sport in which to participate. It is then possible to review weekly activities via the app and get notified of the progress made towards the goal. Continue reading Endomondo Opens 2015 with New Mobile Tools to Help Android & iOS Users with Fitness Resolutions
As 2011 was coming to an end, we thought about the millions of workouts our community had done. It was the time of year to be reflective, so we gave our users the chance to pound their chest and share their proudest sports performance of 2011 with us.
We got many terrific responses and here are a few handpicked achievements proving that our users never fail to inspire us:
e receive a lot of fantastic feedback from our users. They are stories of how Endomondo has changed lives, from support in marathon training to motivation for weight loss to help in overcoming serious medical ailments. From time to time we like to share some of their stories, so here are a few recent ones that really inspired us.
I’ve always taken up running, here and there, and I recently signed up for the Reach the Beach relay race with my mom (an avid marathon runner) as a new bonding experience. Even after signing up, I found it difficult to get motivated to tighten up my training. I always run with my Android phone for the music, so I searched for an app that would help me get motivated. I found Endomondo and fell in love. Endomondo gives me the motivation I was seeking and makes running more fun than its been for me in the past. It’s easy to use and makes training for my upcoming race enjoyable and competitive (even if it’s only with myself) as I can track my mileage, calories burned, and it’s all mapped out! I’ve told all the runners I know about it and my mom is even looking into upgrading to a phone that supports Endomondo. Great program!
I think it’s great that you run with your mother! I only hope we can keep you motivated enough to keep up with her. Continue reading Endomondo Has Changed My Life!
What a difference a change in your commute can make. Increasingly, people are opting to bike to work, rather than resigning themselves to the morning sardine can routine (public transportation) or the grind of rush hour traffic. Are they making this decision for their health? Yes, but often mental well-being is the deciding factor and physical health is an afterthought.
For most people, especially those of us who live and work in cities, biking to work isn’t exactly a physically demanding ordeal. But if you are making the average bicycle commute, you are doing yourself a lot more good than you may know. According to 1 World, 2 Wheels, the average person loses 13 lbs. in the first year of commuting by bike. Not a bad perk for avoiding the sardine can. Continue reading Commute Healthier, Mentally and Physically