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- MapMyRun is an application that allows users to track their fitness activities using the built-in GPS of their mobile phones. Users of this application can save and upload their workout data to their...
- MyNetDiary provides users with quick food and exercise tracking. MyNetDiary's database of over 620,000 foods is a great resource for customers when planning diets. There are forums where people talk...
- By using the methodology described by John Walker in his book, The Hacker's Diet, TrendWeight acts as a weight trend analysis tool. Customers weigh themselves each day with either a FitBit Aria Scale...
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