Michal Ozogán

Smart devices, fitness apps, bikepacking, ultra racing
Michal Ozogán
Why use speed sensor for biking

Why use speed sensor for biking

The simplest way how to track your speed is by GPS. It works with all vehicles even with human legs. Unfortunately, it doesn’t give always precise results. Sharp curves are not sharp and what if get inside a building or to the tunnel? For accurate results, you need a speed sensor.

Published 24.05.2019 Published Tips & Tricks Comments 0

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Smartwatch Fitbit Ionic

Smartwatch Fitbit Ionic

I bought Fitbit Ionic last year in November. It took me a while to write this review. I hoped that during that time a few bugs will be fixed, Fitbit OS will be little bit tunned, I will learn to use all features and there will be more apps available. There was no use in waiting for most of the things.

Published 30.04.2019 Published Devices Comments 0

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Does have Endomondo bright future?

Does have Endomondo bright future?

On March 2012 I used Endomondo for the first time. It is now 6 years. I bought a premium app and then even a premium membership and keep it for several years. Since Endomondo was bought by Under Armour I have the feeling that platform is not evolving anymore. I cancelled my membership and thinking about searching different app.

Published 11.03.2019 Published Sport apps Comments 0

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Doarama – 3D visualization of your activities

Doarama – 3D visualization of your activities

Doarama is a great web app where you can upload your GPX file of your activity and you will get a beautifil visualization of your achievement. It is most impressive in hilly terrain when you can see how you climb to the top of mountains. It can also visualise air activities as paragliding.

Published 26.02.2019 Published Sport apps Comments 0

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How is altitude measured?

How is altitude measured?

If you run or bike, the ascendant is very important metrics. It is much easier to achieve 20 kilometres in flat terrain than climb high hills. Elevation can be measured by GPS or by the altimeter. Both options have disadvantages.

Published 21.01.2019 Published Tips & Tricks Comments 0

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Runkeeper App

Runkeeper App

As I wrote in a recent article, Endomondo stopped moving forward. I didn’t see any new features, any progress. And that is the reason why I search for an alternative. The first step is to explore other choices, compare their advantages, disadvantages and price. The first app I tested was Runkeeper.

Published 21.07.2018 Published Sport apps Comments 0

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SoundBuds Slim – wireless headphones by Anker

SoundBuds Slim – wireless headphones by Anker

We live at the time of charging. Our tools last only for a short period of time, they run out of battery and they have the same use as a rock in a river. That’s the price of wireless and comfort and I’m ready to pay it. I hesitated for a long time to choose my new Bluetooth headphone. After searching the internet I choose unknown company Anker.

Published 16.06.2018 Published Devices Comments 0

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Automate your postworkout ritual

Automate your postworkout ritual

A good habit isn’t born easily. We have to start, care about it and fight against tempting thoughts that we can skip it only one time. The good habit doesn’t give us benefits immediately. Its strength grows with time. And technology can help us with it.

Published 03.06.2018 Published Tips & Tricks Comments 0

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What is a running cadence and how to track it

What is a running cadence and how to track it

Running cadence is a number of steps that you will do in one minute. It is common to recommend to keep it about 180. Even that this value can be applied in a vacuum only, it is good to keep your cadence in higher levels. More steps in a minute mean that you are running more effectively.

Published 11.02.2018 Published Tips & Tricks Comments 0

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How to protect your privacy on Endomondo and Strava

How to protect your privacy on Endomondo and Strava

We give up our privacy for higher goals. We share our endless runs on Endomondo and we let the world check our rides on Strava. Everyone likes sharing. But beware. The world doesn’t have to know everything.

Published 29.01.2018 Published Tips & Tricks Comments 0

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