Just another question that I think I probably know the answer to, but I just want to check.
I've been running for the past year using endomondo and also the inbuilt distance tracking on the Fitbit app. The two have always recorded slightly different times/distances with endomondo reporting me as being a bit slower than Fitbit, but I've always assumed that endomondo is the most accurate.
However, I've now bought a Garmin watch and as a test used it alongside Fitbit and endomondo on Friday gone. In my short 22 minute run, my results were as follows:
Fitbit = 3.32k, Endomondo = 3.12k, Garmin 2.61k. Whilst there's quite a variation between them, I'm assuming that from now on I should be listening to what the Garmin is telling me, right?