Yesterday, Nike updated its Nike+ FuelBand app and released Version 1.5. The Nike+ FuelBand App Update includes Workout Photos, Location, and Facebook Friend Tagging.
The Nike+ FuelBand uses a sports-tested accelerometer to measure your activity and movement in NikeFuel, a universal metric of activity, all day, everyday.
With the FuelBand you can decide how active you want to be by setting a daily, weekly, and even a monthly NikeFuel goal. As you start moving, you’re able to see your progress along the way.
With the Version 1.5 App update, FuelBand users can now attach photos of our workouts to our daily activity. You know…you can capture photos like that view from the top Runyon Canyon, or the trail at McArthur Park, or the stairs on Jefferson. Heck, you can even attach a selfie from your perch atop your favorite weight room bench or preferred locker room mirror.
With the FuelBand App update, we can also include the location of our workouts. Not only that, but when you finish that ToughMudder or WarriorDash with a fellow FuelBand friend, you can tag each other in your activity.
Now that is what we call an update!
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Here’s a good two-a-day schedule I found on Runner’s World.
Build up to a week that includes (3) two-a-days
A.M.: 6 miles easy
A.M.: 3 miles easy
A.M.: 5 miles easy
P.M.: 7 miles easy
A.M.: Tempo run
A.M.: 4 miles easy
P.M.: 6 miles easy
A.M.: 15-mile long
A.M. & P.M.: Jesus rested. So should you!