Strava and Fitbit are excited to be partnering to make it even easier for you to track all day activity, track exercise, and maximize workouts. When you connect your Fitbit account to Strava you can automatically sync workouts logged in Fitbit to Strava, and your Strava workouts will sync to Fitbit!
You can use Strava for the times when you’re pushing hard cycling or running, and Fitbit for all-day health and fitness tracking and stats, for insights into your overall health.
If you’re a Fitbit Surge user, heart rate and GPS-based exercise data, including routes, distance, elevation and pace, will also sync to Strava—whether you track a run or use the biking feature. MobileRun users with any Fitbit device will also be able to view their GPS data in Strava.
Gauge your progress and achieve your goals by tracking your workouts with Fitbit and using Strava’s performance analytics tools. And for even more daily motivation and inspiration, compare your stats and compete with a global community of athletes, including professionals, friends, teammates and clubs.
This article is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.