You will need the Nike + sensor unit. So having a pair of shoes with this capability is the first step, and then the Nike + Sportwatch GPS Without Sensor will work with the nikeplus applications. Before your run, the watch keeps you motivated and on track with unique features like automatic run-reminders. During your run, the Nike+ SportWatch GPS keeps track of your location, pace, distance, laps, and calories burned. With the Polar Wearlink+, it also tracks your heart rate. It stores all your run history and keeps tabs on your personal records. After your run, check your NikeFuel, set goals, track your progress, view your splits, and connect with other runners. Check out your mapped runs, and see how elevation affects your pace. Find the best places to run and compete on a Nike+ Top Route.
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