I have to be honest, sometimes all the apps get on my nerves. There’s this one to track runs and this one for food and this one for weightlifting and this one and this one and this one. I’m actually trying to decrease my amount of apps. I mean, who really has time to enter all that info into all the different apps. But what if I told you that you could get an app that requires minimal work and rewards you for your #Everymove? Hmmm….intrigued, right?
So what is EveryMove all about? EveryMove is all about getting millions of Americans to move and rewarding them for doing so! You join the community, link up whatever tracking device you already use, and you earn points for active days. The EveryMove system (patent-pending) translates hundreds of different physical activities into a common metric, this allows you to sync different tracking devices and workouts and interact with friends. What that means is lifters can interact with runners and runners can interact with yogis and…
What I love is that I don’t have to do anything extra. I can just sync the apps I already use into EveryMove. And honestly, it syncs automatically so sometimes I’ll be going along and I’ll get a notification that I earned an active day or a very active day and I did absolutely nothing. I have FitBit, Nike+, MapMyFitness, Facebook, and Twitter all connected. And I earned a badge for that!
You can connect with your friends and cheer them on. You can even spread the love when you earn an active day or a very active day and it doesn’t even take away from you. Why does this matter? Because you’re all earning points to get rewards. Usually in the form of deep discounts. You can also donate to charity, which is what I’m doing right now. When you donate a point there’s a badge for that. I’m a badge whore.
You can earn points for whatever you do, running, yoga, Pilates, walking. You can even earn points for doing things around your house or walking your dog. There is an “around the house” badge. I doubt I’ll ever earn that. LOL
If you’re going to move anyway, why not track your EveryMove and earn rewards?
You can find EveryMove here (oh, and don’t forget to friend me so I can share my active days with you!):
I learned about EveryMove from SweatPink. I was awarded with fun having. All workouts are my own.