Posted on 3/19/2013 by mike
We are thrilled to announce that MyFitnessPal has partnered with two leading fitness equipment platforms, Johnson Heath Tech and Netpulse, in an effort to make it easier for you to capture fitness data from your gym workouts.
Netpulse offers a personalized media experience for fitness equipment, and MyFitnessPal has been integrated into its new web platform, NetpulseOne. This means that if your gym uses equipment powered by NetpulseOne, you will be able to sync your fitness data with your MyFitnessPal exercise log, to make tracking as smooth and accurate as possible. And since Netpulse has partnerships with 8 of the leading commercial fitness equipment manufacturers—which accounts for over 75% of global fitness equipment sales to health clubs—you have a pretty good shot at being able to take advantage!
MyFitnessPal has also integrated with Johnson Health Tech, the 3rd-largest fitness equipment manufacturer in the world, and owner of the premier brand, Matrix. You will be able to link your MyFitnessPal account on Matrix’s new 7xi series cardio equipment consoles for automatic syncing within the next few months, so stay tuned for more on that front.
If you’re familiar with either Matrix or NetpulseOne, let us know what you think in the comments below.
Thanks, and we hope these integrations prove useful to you!