Your Perfect Running Partner: What's New About The Nike+ Run Club App?
August 22, 2016
In addition to best-in-class tracking for indoor and outdoor runs, the redesigned and updated app provides the premier motivation-guidance-support system, helping athletes to run farther and faster than ever before, propelled by the following new features:
NEW (ADAPTIVE) COACHING
Three distinct training programs designed by expert coaches help athletes “Get Started,” “Get More Fit” and “Get Race Ready.” Can’t make Tuesday’s Speed Run? Need to move the Long Run to Thursday? Not a problem. The updated Nike+ Run Club app adapts coaching plans to athletes’ schedules on the fly. Additionally, in-ear (i.e., audio) coaching from experts, like sprint legend Michael Johnson, helps push the runner’s pace.
Whether on trail, track or road, hashtagging a run instantly connects Nike+ members around the world to a global leaderboard and collection of the photos shared with that hash-tag. Stickers showcase runners’ route maps, stats and elevation gain, allowing them to customize their photo—they can also further layer the photo with exclusive emoji-like stickers to create a truly unique running story.
STRONGER CONNECTION TO A RUNNING COMMUNITY
Join one of our 250 weekly Nike+ Run Club live session experiences, led by NRC Head Coaches and Nike Pacers. “Ready, Set, Go” sessions lay the fundamentals for novices while weekly Speed Runs, held at iconic track venues, help runners unlock their full pace potential. Also, users can discover, book and check-in directly to sessions via the new Nike+ Run Club app.
Playlists, featuring songs selected by Nike athletes and specifically designed to increase athletes’ speed, power up every run.
NO PHONE NECESSARY
The AppleWatch’s built-in accelerometer provides runner access to all of the in-run app metrics and experience so you can leave your iPhone at home.
Download the app here to become part of the Nike+ Run Club community. Here’s some info we already know…
Runners in over 250 countries use the Nike+ Run Club.
Over 450 million hours of running has been logged globally via the app.
2.5 billion miles have been logged to date globally via the app.
Average distance of a run is 3.5 miles (5.6km).
Tuesday is the most popular day for running globally.
Weekend runs are 26% longer than weekday runs.