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Nike Run Club: Your Perfect Running Partner Nike Run Club has the tools you need to run better, including GPS run tracking; audio guided runs; weekly, monthly and custom distance challenges; customized coaching plans for your goals; and nonstop motivation from your friends. Reach your goals and have fun along the way with Nike Run Club. - FULL APPLE WATCH SERIES 5 SUPPORT - TRACK AND STORE RUNS - AUDIO GUIDED RUNS WITH NIKE COACHES AND ATHLETES - GLOBAL AND CUSTOM CHALLENGES - PERSONALIZED COACHING PLANS - TROPHIES AND BADGES TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS - COMPETE ON LEADERBOARDS - IN-RUN CHEERS FROM FRIENDS - SHARE RUNS WITH ANYONE SUPPORT FOR APPLE WATCH and APPLE WATCH NIKE Get a perfect running partner on your wrist. The Nike Run Club app is optimized for every generation of Apple Watch. Scroll on the main screen to select a goal or start an Audio Guided Run; swipe left to customize a run or activate in-run Cheers from friends; or check out Activity History for details from recent runs. Note: GPS support is not available for the Apple Watch Series 1. TRACK AND STORE RUNS Get the details you need, including pace, distance, GPS route, elevation, heart rate, and mile splits, complete with audio feedback to keep on track. AUDIO GUIDED RUNS WITH NIKE COACHES AND ATHLETES Get guidance, motivation and inspiration through in-ear audio from Nike coaches, elite athletes and entertainers like Mo Farah and Kevin Hart. AGRs are a fun way to help runners improve strength, speed and endurance. Because the intervals are automatically marked, all you have to do is tap start and go. Each run is paired with a specific playlist, so connect to Apple Music or Spotify for the best experience. MOTIVATE YOURSELF WITH CHALLENGES Join the Nike global community of runners in weekly and monthly distance Challenges or create a Challenge and invite your Friends. Reach goals, earn achievements and go the distance. COACHING PLANS PERSONALIZED FOR YOU Whether you want to get started, get fitter or get race-ready, NRC has adaptive plans for your goals and fitness level. CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS WITH TROPHIES AND BADGES Earn milestone badges and trophies for smashing personal bests like your fastest 5K or longest run. COMPARE AND COMPETE WITH LEADERBOARDS Easily compare and compete with friends on the distance leaderboard. GET IN-RUN CHEERS FROM FRIENDS Receive motivating in-run audio cheers from friends and send them support with cheers of your own. CUSTOMIZABLE POST-RUN SHARING Personalize activity posts by adding photos, stats and stickers and tailor who sees them, from everyone to only your close friends. Nike Run Club works with Apple Health to sync workouts and record heart-rate data. Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life. Apple Music: used to access music library to play music during workouts.
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Doing the coaching program and it’s been working pretty well. Only big issue I keep seeing is the runs don’t always sync with the coaching program. For whatever reason, some runs will not be acknowledged as being done even though the app will bring the runs to my attention at the beginning of the following week because they have not been assigned. The app will force me to assign it to a run for the current week, but will not give me the option to assign it to the properly scheduled run from the previous week. The date and mileage show the same date as the coaching program for the previous week, but I still have to add it to my current week. The app has a record of when I did the scheduled run, just let me assign it to last week! I get it, technology and apps won’t always sync properly, so at least give me the option to fix it manually when technology falls short. Would be nice to compare adjusted vs. non-adjusted schedule for the week side-by-side to see how much you’ve deviated from your original schedule. Also, can we have a less cheesy motivational speaker option for all the benchmark runs after the first? It just repeats the same one over and over again like it’s your first run. Can we just shut it off or have the coach tell you the minimum for the activity (Start slow, speed up, everything you’ve got.... ).
On Oct 31, I ran 8.1 miles to reach the 100 km goal for the month. As usual, I started the run on my Apple watch 3, so I could monitor heart rate and pace. I wear my iPhone X in a Nike armband for GPS. At the end of the run, it never synced back to my phone: usually just a few minutes after I finish a run on my watch with my iPhone with me, the run will show up in the NRC app on my phone so I can apply it to my running plan, and enter my effort, where, and notes. It never showed up in my iPhone NRC app, so it looks like I did not complete the October 100km challenge. I called them about it, and they said it was a known bug, they were working on it, and would be in touch with me in a few days. Today, I held the phone in a hand strap case so I could use the phone screen easily. I did a QuickStart Run (warmup), then a Speed Run (6x400m), and then ran home with another QuickStart run. For all 3, I had NRC open on my watch and phone, but _started_ the run on my phone, which in turn started the run on my watch! This way, I could see ongoing heart rate on both devices, and could push the Lap button on my phone at the end of the 400m reps. I do prefer being able to simply Start a run from my watch and Apply it to the Plan later on my phone, but for now, this is a work-around.
I love how it’s been helping me train for my first 10k! It adjusts its workout to meet me where I’m at in my running experience which is really nice. A few things I wish they’d improve on: 1. Explaining their workouts a little. For example today I needed to run 4 intervals of 400m however I just had the workout going the entire time in between. I wasn’t informed that I needed to pause the workout in between intervals so by the time I was done it looked like I only completed 1 interval. 2. There are still some glitches they need to work through. There have been multiple times when I’ve gotten on the app and gone to where my “coach” should be for my 10k training and nothing is there so all of my training has disappeared and there’s no evidence of it ever happening. Typically if I exit the app and try again 30 mins later my training will show up again. However I didn’t know that the first time it happened so I just started a whole new training plan which was a little frustrating. 3. Sometimes I’ll begin one of the scheduled workouts but when I finish it, it log it in/ appear as if I completed or even started it from the weekly overview screen. So if I want my plan to be marked as completed that day I’ll have to manually go back and add another workout simply enter in my progress from the workout I just did.
I love Nike and have used the NRC app for that reason. I’ve tried to give Nike the benefit of the doubt but they just can’t get this app working properly. Yes, there are a lot of great features and tips but as far as the actual running feature, it’s horrible. It constantly crashes during my runs. If it actually works properly on my phone it doesn’t record my heart rate. If it works using my watch it doesn’t map my run. There’s never coordination within the app between my phone and my watch, which is extremely frustrating. I stopped using NRC for a few months and was using the Workout function on my Apple Watch and everything was fine every run. Today I said I’d give it yet another shot with NRC but a mile into my run the app crashed who knows when and wasn’t recording my run. It destroyed all my momentum and I stopped running. I’m done Nike. I’ve contacted customer support in the past but nothing has worked. I was planning on buying a Nike Apple Watch 4 but now I’m questioning whether it’s worth making a $400+ commitment when Nike can’t even get the main function of a running app working properly. I’m going to either keep using the Workout function of my watch or go back to Runkeeper. I never had issues with them. The reason I went to NRC was because of the Nike brand. I will continue supporting Nike with everything else, but in regards to NRC, I’ve been given no reason to continue.
I suppose if you’re a casual runner of shorter distances this app is serviceable. If you’re even slightly more serious, read on. I have an Apple Watch Nike+ S2 and the Watch app is absolutely horrible. Laggy all around. Every swipe takes a second to register, every tap happens a second later. Tapping to start a run takes seconds to actually begin. If you have a run countdown and the countdown does not complete before you drop your wrist the workout will not actually begin. Double tapping the screen during a run is supposed to pause your workout but you have to raise your wrist to wake the screen and then give it a few seconds to update the display before you can do so. Even then it can take a couple of attempts. And last but certainly not least if you finish a long workout (double digit miles) and attempt to save the workout the app crashes. If you restart the app it resumes the workout forcing you to pause the workout (adding time to your workout in the process) and try again. Sometimes it works, sometimes it terminates and saves nothing. Yesterday I lost a 19 mile run. Gone. It’s far from the first time and I’m not going to go through it anymore. I have given this app too many chances over years of it getting worse. I’m embarrassed to have pre-ordered the Apple Watch Nike+ S3. Even when it comes I will absolutely not be giving this app another chance. If you’ve read this far, consider yourself warned.
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Nike Run Club is ranking in Health & Fitness & Sports
Last update was at May 14, 2021and the current version is 7.5.0.
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