Tuesday, July 29, 2014

EveryMove Review

Thanks to SweatPink I was given the opportunity to review the fitness app EveryMove. All opinions are my own. You are able to track workouts on their website or on their mobile phone apps, iPhone or Android store.

If you use more than one fitness app to track workouts, this app will compile all workouts and give you points based on those workouts. You can choose a reward to work towards. There's discounts from online shopping or charitable donations. The rewards range from 500-550 points each. The first reward I completed was a $1 donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Not only do you earn rewards, but your activities then earn you levels. There are also badges you can earn based on certain activities and time spent exercising.

There are tons of rewards to choose

Shows your progress of the reward your working towards. I'm currently working towards a $1 donation to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. 

The list of apps you can connect it with goes on and on. I use Endomondo, Garmin Connect and Fitocracy.

You can also manually add activities if you don't use any type of fitness apps to track workouts. You are able to have friends on the app which encourages you to be more active and earn more points. 

My favorite way to SweatPink is running and lifting weights. 

The only downfall is that sometimes my Fitocracy workouts don't cross over to my EveryMove account, it's also pretty rare that I actually connect my Garmin to my computer to upload my runs. 

I love that I can raise money for charities just by working out. 

What fitness apps do you use to workout?

That's all for now!


  1. Awesome app! I use Charity Miles...it seems to be very similar to this!

  2. I'll definitely have to look into Charity Miles, that sounds great!

  3. I was going to review this but it just wasn't working correctly and honestly I don't think I would use it anyway. That's good that you are able to use your earnings toward charitable donations.