Would you like to find out about apps to measure the exercise you do or your workouts? Then this article will interest you.
Physical activity and exercise are essential in the life of a person with diabetes, as they help to control your blood glucose and maintain a good physical condition. However, measuring your exercise can be chaotic, but luckily we have tools to help us do it: training apps. The six tools that you will find in this article will allow you to keep a more exhaustive control of your physical activity, whether it is daily or punctual, as well as giving you an extra motivation so that you don’t give up training. In addition, all the apps to measure the exercise can be connected to Cori, which will help you to see the data from the app and keep your diabetes under control. Are you going to miss it?
Strava is a very useful application for cyclists and runners that allows you to analyze everything from training performance to the kilometers you have run. The app also has a feed where you can interact with other users.
Connecting Cori with Strava will let you know how your workouts affect your body, how your blood glucose is behaving and, in the long run, you will be able to see how your levels stabilize thanks to exercise.
Garmin has carved a niche for itself in the market of tools for monitoring workouts thanks to all the variants it offers: maps for aviation, nautical, navigators, watches for all types of activities…
This last product is the one that has achieved the most relevance among athletes, as it allows you to know all the data of your pace, distance or heart rate simply by wearing a watch on your wrist. In addition, they have all kinds of devices that can be connected to Cori adapted to the needs of different athletes such as watches for running or cycling or even models for diving.
Another app that helps you to measure your exercise is Runkeeper. This mobile app is the holy grail for runners and can be found on iOS and Android. It offers continuous monitoring of the duration, distance, calories or speed that you follow during your run.
All this is combined with a simple and intuitive design that makes it easy to use. If you like running, cycling or just walking and want to connect Runkeeper with Cori to see your workouts, you can do it in just a few steps and in a very simple and intuitive way.
Nike Run Club
Similar to the previous one is also Nike Run Club (NRC), the bet of the renowned sports brand Nike to approach its buyers from another point of view. The main objective of this application is to help runners achieve better times or run longer distances. In addition, connecting Cori with Nike Run Club is a process that will take you no more than 5 minutes.
Polar is one of those companies that has looked to make life easier for athletes with devices that can help measure exercise, as well as heart rate or calories burned during workouts.
To do this, they have created various watches and sensors that make easier the measurement of training to runners, cyclists or triathletes and that can be connected to Cori without any problem through the Polar Flow application.
For several years Apple has been committed to accessories that make life easier for athletes and has managed to make one of them stand out above the rest and become its flagship product: the Apple Watch.
This smartwatch that has been on sale since 2015 has been advancing and adapting to the new times, to the point that it is the best-selling smartwatch in all of 2021. In its latest version, it is even more adapted to athletes, making it submersible and more resistant. In addition, you can connect it to your iPhone and link it to Cori to monitor your physical activity in detail.