Facebook users love announcing workout results. Luckily, they’ve got a variety of ways to do so. The site’s developers blog Wednesday highlighted four such applications that have taken advantage of Facebook’s Open Graph to find success on the social network. With these apps, users can post a map of their run, gain a personal trainer in their pocket, count calories burned and share successes.
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Sports and fitness mobile application Endomondo has seen traffic like the gym on Jan. 2, reaching the 10 million-download mark and saying that its users share 50,000 workouts daily on Facebook.