A training, running, fitness or garmin connect plugin – but where?

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    Im new to wordpress and have with succes installed it and happy to use it. Its a very intuitive system.

    But I would (also) like to use wordpress to blog my traing – but Im not able to find any traing plugin.

    I also use garmin connect and I did find one widget – but I would like to make a post with every days traing and not just have a import list in the sidebar. Could be fine if the plugin also did support a simpel stats like total km runned, calendar for the next goals etc…

    I guess Im not the first one that would like to use a blog for that purpose :) What do other do=



    You did not specify a blog address or reason for posting when you created this topic.

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    This forum is ONLY for those who have wordpress.COM blogs. Are you asking about a wordpress.COM blog or not? And how would we know when you fail to post the complete url starting with http:// for the blog you are referring to? :s

    This is the support documentation link for wordpress.COM
    There are no plugins for individual wordpress.COM blogs.
    There are no plugin tabs on individual wordpress.COM blogs.
    There is no FTP access to wordpress.COM blogs.



    FWIW I did read the entry above and did see that the url posted is a wordpress.ORG one. I chose to post my comment anyway so any other bloggers readings this will comprehend that wordpress.COM blogs do not have individual plugins and wordpress.ORG blogs do. :)

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