So you run using one of the popular apps on your phone, or you prefer one of the GPS watches? In either case, you might want to sync your recorded data to Strava, the social network of choice for runners. Here’s how you do it:
Sync Garmin Device to Strava
There are two ways to get the activities you record on your Garmin device (Garmin Forerunner 220, 225, 230, 235, 310xt, 910xt, 920xt, Fenix series, Vivoactive series, etc) into Strava. You can link your Garmin and Strava accounts and enable seamless uploading via Garmin Express, or you can upload activity files manually. Read more here.
Sync TomTom to Strava
Use TomTom MySports Connect to link with Strava and automatically upload your new activities from your TomTom Runner/Spark. Visit TomTom Support for instructions on how to set up “Automatic Upload to other sports websites.” Read more here.
Sync Fitbit to Strava
Your Strava and Fitbit accounts (for Fitbit Surge, etc) can now be linked for communication between platforms. Read more here.
Sync Suunto to Strava
Movescount (Suunto’s activity hub) is integrated with Strava; any Move you record with GPS on your Suunto device can be synced with Strava automatically. Visit http://www.movescount.com/connect/strava to learn more and connect. Read more here.
Sync Any Running App to Strava
tapiriik synchronizes your fitness activities between Garmin Connect, Runkeeper, Strava, TrainingPeaks, SportTracks.mobi, Endomondo, RideWithGPS, TrainerRoad, Motivato, Velo Hero, Epson RUNSENSE, Dropbox, and Smashrun (your heart rate, cadence, power, and temperature data syncs too). Visit tapiriik website to start.