I want to turn digital...
My Garmin 610 is the best thing I bought. Easy to use too. I am not experience both with the Garmin or running, just starting.
Try Strava - it's free and provides great information.
runkeeper or endomondo
Runkeeper for me too.
Adidas MiCoach ticks the right boxes too...
Fetcheveryone.com is a very popular website, free and based in the UK. Over 1300 people have recorded a run on the 1st of January, and its all in a league table so you can see how you are doing. If you have a GPS watch you can probably upload the data directly.
As the site owner says 'you can capture everything you do in our training log and spend so long analysing it, you forget to wash.'
Also has good forums, blogs and one of the best lists for finding races.
+1 for Endomondo - Very easy to use + doesn't have to be on mobile internet.
Very good UI and detailed. Also has lots of expansion (Pro versions + HRM)
Helps to track PB's and routes, as well as Avg/Max speeds.
Runkeeper for me. Easy to use, logs it all on a website as well as your phone.
I use Mapmyrun. Love it. Can't recommend it highly enough and if you have friends or family using the app/website you can see their runs too.
run keeper for me as well
endomondo + for me, its great as it gives you updates if you want them, records all your history and analyses it all online too
+1 as above. even though I got a garmin, runkeeper is still my main site (garmin files sync to RK)
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