Dedicated to avid runners
I have been using Run 5k for a while. An extremely simple yet useful app, made for runners on the run and runners who are beginning to run.
The class of an app lies in its ease of usage which, Run 5k seems to be doing justice to. Given that it’s dedicated for running, you don’t have to spend a lot of time looking at it. Just tap the icon, you find your running plan and hit Go to start your workout.
Once you are done with the session, you could also delete that regime so that it helps you jump-start your running workouts from the top.
Run 5k opens with a screen displaying your last and next session. The last session would have details about the distance that you covered along with the date. Tapping it further will display a detailed listing of how long you had walked, ran and the calories burned. Pair along a heart rate monitor, and get to know your heart rate as well, while you run.
Then there’s the settings screen with a lot of useful options. Voice coaching, distance measurement are a few highlights. Pull out the Apple health integration if done on the phone, for the app just works the way you want, after extracting details like gender, age, height and weight from the app.