Under Armour launches UA Record, which unites your personalised health and fitness data with activity tracking, workout logging, social challenges, original Under Armour content and community features for an all-in-one digital experience.
Global sportswear brand, Under Armour, unveiled UA Record™, the latest addition to the world’s most comprehensive health and fitness network, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
UA Record simplifies your personal health data with fitness activity tracking tools, connects you to your digital community and keeps you synced with your fitness goals 24/7/365. It’s available now for download on the App Store or from the Google Play™ store.
“UA Record offers everyone of all fitness levels the ability to proactively manage their health and fitness,” said Kevin Plank, Founder and CEO, Under Armour. “By syncing the thousands of fitness tracking devices and apps onto its open platform, and creating a visual dashboard of your data, UA Record is a simple and empowering tool designed to help people lead healthier and more active lives.”
Data features include motion and GPS activity tracking from mobile sensors and third party
devices, analysis from individual workouts and a total snapshot of your progress – including steps, sleep, caloric burn, heart rate and weight.
Members can invite up to 20 friends within their network to compete in customised health and
fitness challenges centered on specific goals. Challenges are based on workout count, total
distance, total steps and calories burned. These daily, weekly or monthly competitions provide
real-time updates, leaderboard progress and an open conversation forum for group participants.
The ability to share content, such as videos, photos and workout stories is built into the app along with access to original content on nutrition, training methodologies, injury prevention and more directly from leading health and fitness experts.
Employing the Under Armour Connected Fitness™ API/SDK platform (developer.underarmour.com) ensures that a wide range of devices and apps will directly sync with UA Record including Armour39® and MapMyFitness®.
“UA Record provides you with a tailored roadmap to understand more about your body, fitness performance and health than ever before,” said Robin Thurston, SVP, Connected Fitness, Under Armour. “Achieving your health and fitness goals is now possible on your own terms with a strong community behind you.”
Product updates are planned throughout the year. Each new feature will further enhance the
platform’s personalisation and connectivity. Coming soon, members will have the ability to
incorporate customised feedback and use personal in-app health assessments.
To get connected, download the mobile app on the App Store or from the Google Play store. You
can also visit record.underarmour.com to set up an account or log in with an existing
MapMyFitness or Under Armour account.