Attn: Everyday Athletes, Weekend Warriors & Race Mavens! Strava Synchs with MyFitnessPal!

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strava_iconGetting ready for fall marathons and century rides starts now! If you’re planning to participate you’ve likely picked your training plan and set your goal—now it’s just a matter of making sure you’re ready for the serious workouts ahead. MyFitnessPal and our newest partner Strava are here to help!

Strava makes fitness a social experience by providing inspiration and camaraderie—even when you exercise solo. Perfect for runners and cyclists, the free Strava app lets you track your rides and runs on iPhone, Android, or a dedicated GPS device, so you can analyze and quantify your performance. You can then compare your data with others for a boost of motivation in a community of friends and friendly competitors.

Together, MyFitnessPal and Strava keep your nutrition and competitive spirit on track! Starting today, when you connect your accounts you can automatically sync your Strava workout data to MyFitnessPal. After completing and recording a new workout with Strava, your time and calories will be sent to your MyFitnessPal Exercise Diary. There, you can determine how many calories you need to consume to optimize each workout and achieve your goals on race day.

Ready to nail race season? Raise your hand high if you’ve got MyFitnessPal and Strava!

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