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I definitely like the option of being able to enter miles already on shoes when you add them - both for this situation, and the occasional situation in which I resurrect formerly retired shoes (it happens). Do you value the social aspect, or are you mostly tracking for yourself?
I’m kind of on-again, off-again with use of social training websites.
I'm still on Dailymile, although I'm not really very sociable there.
I really just use Dailymile because it's very easy to use.
I always feel like simply being aware of my pace makes me run too fast!
Even if I don't wear my watch, I can't enter the run manually without adding a time.
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I’m a long-time user of dailymile.com, but have periods when I lapse simply due to the fact that I need to manually enter my workouts if I’m recording them with my Garmin 620 (I can’t get the 620 to sync with dailymile).
Manual entry means that sometimes I just don’t get around to it, and if I miss a few days that’s sometimes enough for me to lose steam on keeping the log up.
Recently, I joined Strava for a test run, if you will. I know Strava has gotten very popular, but while it does the same things Dailymile does, it is a little clunkier.
I guess if you want more social interactions and enjoy the various challenges offered, it's much better, but as just a tracking tool, it seems like it's more time consuming, mostly because I feel obligated to go into an uploaded run and edit the name and details.