If you have a fitness website or fitness blog and want to share your Strava runs then you will love what we’re going to share with you. Did you know that Strava has a way to display your Strava stats or last exercises on your website?
A Strava widget can be used to display the runs or bike rides on the website. With the Strava widget, your visitors can see you latest Strava activities. If they wanted to further display the actual Strava activity, they can click on the activity and then see more details of the exercise but they need to be logged into to strava and follow you. If they are logged into Strava, they will also be able to comment on the activities.
The Strava widget that you can find here is very simple and easy to use. You can customize it to appear anywhere on your website. If you are a blogger or a website owner, it will be a great addition to your blog/website. The widget can be embedded on any website, and it will display a live update of your Strava feed.
Running is a hobby enjoyed by over 220 million people worldwide. If you are one of them, you probably know how stressful it can be to run, especially when you new to it. Being able to see your progress while running is one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself. Strava is a social network for athletes that allows you to see your progress as you run, however, one thing that is missing is the ability to see your progress while you are not running. A lot of people would like to see how many miles they have ran, or how many miles they have left to run before they finish their run. This is where Strava Widgets comes into play. If you want to display the Strava widget on your website follow this detailed article: HOW TO ADD STRAVA WIDGET TO A WEBSITE or watch this YouTube video:
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