Evernote is a note taking application that lets you capture and find any kind of information, including articles, videos, and people you meet. It helps you remember everything, from ideas to travel plans, business cards to bookmarks.
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Evernote is software designed to help you remember everything across all of your devices. Whether it’s remembering a grocery list or creating a cplection of all the best recipes you’ve ever tried, Evernote gives you the tops to capture your ideas, organize your thoughts and improve your productivity.
Strava is an app for tracking your activities with GPS on your phone or on your bike. It is available for Android, iOS, Apple Watch, Windows Phone, Windows 10, Pebble, and Garmin watches.
Since I have had my iPhone since 2012, I have had Evernote installed on my phone for some time. I have never used it much except for keeping some lists for grocery shopping, however I never really got into using Evernote as much as I thought I would. Recently, I decided to check out strava and how it works with Evernote and that is when I realized how useful it could be if I really took the time to use them together. Although strava can work without Evernote, there are some things that make Evernote and strava go well together and make them more useful. For example, strava keeps track of all the time and distance you run and bikes and Evernote keeps track of all the pictures you take and notes you write. You can put both these together in one place so that you can easily access all your photos and notes about each activity later on. Also, strava gives you the route you took during your workout as well as other information such as pace and elevation gain, etc. which you can then put into Evernote as notes about that particular training session so that you can review them later on and see how you improved. This is especially helpful if you want to look at how fast you ran a certain part of a route or even what was your average pace for a certain number of miles and keep track of those stats over time to see how they improve over time. Finally, using Evernote makes it easier to share the location of your trail or route with others that may want to fplow along with their phone or other device because they know exactly where to go rather than having to try to figure out where you took a picture from. In addition to sharing routes, if you take a photo of a trail map online or from a trail guidebook, you can upload the map into Evernote and then share the link to the map with others so they can also see it. This is particularly useful if you are going on a trail with a group of people because everyone can see where they need to go and how long it will take them to get there.
I have already discussed some benefits of integration of Evernote and strava above as well as other benefits such as being able to organize individual trails as well as routes into categories such as easy trails or difficult trails or even by what kind of terrain they have or by what distance they are so that you can easily find the trail you want to go on. If you have a route that goes along a certain trail but also includes a distance run along a road, you can put the route into both categories so that when you are searching for new trails to go on, you can easily find ones that include both trails AND running along roads. Because integration of Evernote and strava allows you to include not only photos but also information about your workouts such as times, distances run, pace, etc., it makes it extremely helpful in keeping track of what exercises you do each day with how many miles (or kilometers. they were each day along with the amount of time spent doing each exercise along with the distance run per week or per month with how many calories burned per week or per month. Depending on what kind of goals you have for yourself, this may be very helpful in determining whether or not you are meeting those goals. For example, if your goal is to lose weight, you can determine how much weight you are losing by what kinds of exercise you do every day. If your goal is to increase your endurance or speed or stamina, then looking back at your stats over time may show whether or not what kinds of exercise are helping reach those goals. Another benefit is that once you put something into Evernote about an activity that you do every day or every week or every month, then it is there forever so that even if you lose your phone or your phone breaks down or something happens where you can no longer access your Evernote account, then at least all the information will still be there even if it is no longer accessible via your phone. Although I personally am not one who runs enough miles per week to make use of this feature yet, another thing that integration of Evernote and strava allows for is tracking races that you do with statistics such as race time, distance run, pace, etc. This may be especially useful if you are trying to improve upon past performances in races either by getting faster or running farther or both. If integration of Evernote and strava works well together, then it may be possible to more easily track how much faster or farther you are able to run each race compared to previous races so that eventually, hopefully sooner rather than later, it will be more obvious how one’s running abilities are improving over time by looking back at stats from previous races rather than just believing it is so without any proof. Lastly, integration of Evernote and strava allows for tracking nutrition which may be especially helpful for those who are trying to lose weight or stay healthy by eating more healthily by staying within daily calorie limitations while also eating nutritiously. This may also be helpful for those who are trying to increase their endurance by eating properly beforehand so that their bodies will not become depleted too quickly during their runs or rides or whatever activity they are doing at the time. The same goes for those who may be trying to improve their performance in sports such as triathlons and marathons and other types of races by eating better before the event takes place so that their bodies will not become depleted too quickly during the event itself. Although these last few paragraphs may seem like they are geared toward runners and cyclists, they do apply to anyone who does any type of physical exercise such as yoga, martial arts classes such as karate and jiu jitsu, weightlifting classes such as Crossfit or power yoga or pilates, etc.
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