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Embeeous

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  1. I've reached out to Zen Labs directly on this one but so far the answers are not helpful. At the end of a workout, I am first presented with a "Rate this App" screen, which I can easily cancel out of. After that screen, however, I am presented with a post to social media request (i.e. tell all your friends on Facebook, Twitter and the like about your workout). Sorry, posting about my workouts is not my style. I've seen plenty of other apps suggest that you post to social media for one thing or another, but it's as simple as a close or no button to get out of the request. Unl
  2. Hello everyone: I am a 50 year old father of an 8 year old daughter who is shooting for her second Girls on the Run race this May. Last year she ran with her mother, but this year, her mother will be with her son at another event, and lucky ME gets to run with her. I am currently about 270 pounds, roughly 45 pounds over my target weight. I am by no means a couch potato, I am active, outdoorsy, lots of walks hikes chores and the like, just not exercise per se. I've struggled with several health issues over the past 2-3 years, but over the past 6 months I have been focused and slowly but
  3. Brand new to C25K and the iOS app, absolutely LOVE the program and the iPhone application. The app actively advertises and promotes other Zen Labs and other providers' apps, but at least for music, that's where it seems to end. There isn't a very tight integration between C25K and say RockMyRun, which is heavily advertised within the C25K iOS app. There is literally a button for RockMyRun as an option within C25K, but when you click on it, it's just an advertisement to go download the app. Which I did, but when you click on it after you've downloaded it, it just pops up with the advertiseme
  4. I started out with a Misfit, a dynamite simple little tracker with a fantastic user interface, but a very limited iOS app. I next moved to the Jawbone 24 I believe, returned it within a week, both the device and app were flaky and unusable imho. I finally spent the big bucks and got the Fitbit Charge HR, love it, no complaints - comfortable, easy to use, spectacular performance, great battery life, and tight integration with the Fitbit iOS app. I actually liked the Fitbit app before they decided to "improve" it but it's still solid. Usually the comparison I hear is between an Apple Watch v
  5. I spent a huge amount of time and money on this very question, and tried out many wireless headphones and earbuds. In my personal opinion, the Photive PH-BTE70 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds are the best sounding and most comfortable fitting solution out there, and they are very reasonably priced. I would go further and suggest replacing the actual earbud foams provided with the Photives, with comfort foam inserts that fit your particular ear canal size. This is an over the ear lightweight wireless design, and the sound quality is really good for the size and price of these earbuds. Good t
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