Since I don't wear my Garmin when I treadmill, or when I yoga, weight train, bike ride etc., I haven't had a real clear indicator of what my yearly anything is as it pertains to fitness! I have been seeing a lot of my Twitter and Facebook peeps logging their workouts using Daily Mile and it syncs up with both of those social media apps (if you want them to), and also you can share internally on DM with those people you allow to see them (kinda like Facebook I guess).
I added the widget (there is an option of 3) to my blog so that information is also shared with readers. I only shared the miles though, so I don't know that anything outside of mileage will show up here...guess I will find out once I add a workout other than that...which now that I think about it, I need to go add the weight training from Sunday! Nope, just distance. I could add the widget to show my last workout, route, etc., but I certainly don't want to share running routes with just anyone! :O)
Dailymile gives users a simple way to track their workouts. The application supplies users with a place to record all of their fitness efforts, whether they are strength training, jogging or doing any other physical activity. I think its fun how it tells you how many miles to go before you are around the world, or how many donuts you've burned. :O)
The user can record what they did, how many repetitions or miles they managed, when they did it and other workout related details such weight amounts and duration.
Users can also see what their fellow Dailymile members accomplished through feeds found on the homepage and on user profiles. The application also includes embedded maps so the user can plan routes. Competition features are included to give the user more ways to find motivation. Dailymile is also compatible with Garmin, Android and iPhone devices.
Daily Mile offers many simple features that are combined to offer athletes a full spectrum of functions that can make their fitness goals easier to obtain. The application records more than workout times.
Users can add how much they lifted, how many repetitions they managed and routes that they took. Dailymile can help athletes plan, organize and keep track of their workouts each day.
User profiles provide a fitness overview along the left hand side, which includes friends, motivations, total miles covered, fitness goals, number of routes created, number of races run and the user’s URL. The center of the user profile includes comments, images and more statistics.
Dailymile is available to all users for free. There are no subscription fees or other charges for using the website. Anyone can join the Dailymile community for free. No premium paid membership is available at this time. The site includes a small online store that sells t-shirts, however this is currently the only place users are asked to spend money (and it is completely optional).
Daily Mile Features
- Challenge friends and family to fitness competitions
- Record each days activities and share on Twitter and Facebook
- Build up a friends list and profile on Dailymile
- Create fitness goals and post them to your profile
- Upload images to go with your profile
Want to join me on Daily Mile???? Do you use any other software for tracking all your workouts so you can get a weekly, monthly, yearly synopsis???