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There are an increasing number of different devices on the market for tracking your running and activity.
From watches to phone apps the variety of options is forever increasing.
There are a number of watches which now use GPS to track you movement. The more you pay the more you tend to get with the watch, some display terrain, heart rate, calories, pace and time to name a few features. The price range is huge. There are also a number of phone apps, some free and some with a cost, these also achieve some of the features mentioned previously. Some track the route you run, others track calories, it purely depends on the app.
Examples include Nike+ Running, RunKeeper, Ghost Race, Livestrong Calorie Tracker and Get Running, there are also several others on the market.
Everyone and anyone who runs should keep a diary of their activity, most apps and a number of watches allow you to keep track of your athletic activity, in some cases by uploading it to your computer manually or automatically which allows you to keep track of your entire athletic life, some just store a limited length of time on the device itself.
I highly recommend investing in a device that keeps track of your activity; it gives you a greater idea of your activity and provides you with motivation, in most cases it acts like a coach.
Thanks for reading!