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Thursday, March 02, 2017

... you start tracking your runs on several apps!

I track my runs using both runkeeper and runtastic (I know it sounds a bit crazy, but aren't we all just a little bit crazy). Running is something that is not easy for me at all, it's never been easy but it's beginning to feel really enjoyable. Because I do it despite the fact that it's not easy, I always feel like I deserve some serious bragging rights. And how can you brag about it when there is no evidence of it? So I track using more than one app, so that in case one app fails (like they do at times) I have back-up (did I hear someone say OCD?)

What 'crazy' things do you do on this journey. Please share so I know there are many other 'crazy' sparkers out there.

Have a 'crazy' day.
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    Hey, nothing wrong with that! I'm a runner too, and I understand completely! I'm so glad you commented on my blog today so I could meet you and read your blog, too! :)
    1442 days ago
    I track on Fitbit and Mapmyrun. LOL sometimes I forget to puch start on one of them and I always love to see those stats! Happy Trails!
    1443 days ago
    I know exactly what you mean! I go crazy if I did not track everything everyday! My hubby says I am so obsessed with SP!

    1451 days ago
    If it works for you and isn't causing you grief and stress, then it isn't crazy!
    1454 days ago
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    LOL I have enough trouble with one tracker. I got a blister on my heel on today's run. Wah! So I went to the gym tonight and did water jogging/aerobics. Keep up the good work!
    1455 days ago
    I LOVE this. I use runkeeper also.
    My backup is my stopwatch since I used run the same routes over and over.
    1455 days ago
    I knew it! You will turn into a runner....
    1455 days ago
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