марта 25, 2019
Initial results from an unprecedented global survey of active women have shown the huge positive impact of exercise on menstrual pain. A team of researchers from St Mary’s University in Twickenham, England, and FitrWoman analyzed responses from over 14,000 female Strava members from around the world revealing that 78% found exercise reduced the discomfort of their period.
октября 26, 2018
“Building community and motivating athletes are at the core of what we do best,” says Steph Hannon, Chief Product Officer, “and this is a great opportunity to do both. I worked on the 2016 presidential campaign, and the biggest challenge wasn’t convincing people how to vote, it was just getting them to the polls in the first place. We think it’s important for athletes to seize their right to affect change in their communities – and if they get there in a way that’s good for their health and their environment, that’s even better.”
августа 20, 2018
“For athletes looking to vary their workouts, there’s no better discovery and booking resource than MINDBODY,» says James Quarles, Strava CEO. «Strava members aren’t just runners, or just riders – they’re active in all sorts of ways. Adding millions of new classes to Strava’s Gym & Studio Sync program really drives our momentum as we continue to broaden the activities you can make count on Strava.”
июня 6, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO — June 6, 2018 — The sweaty high five. The cheers of a cold one. The exhaustive sigh when you get in the passenger seat. We all know the feeling — there’s nothing better than the shared experience of finishing your first 10K or setting a new personal best. Those are the moments Strava’s 30 million athletes cheered on with more than 2.3 billion Kudos in 2017. Now Strava celebrates the shared experience of athletes everywhere with its new #GIVEKUDOS advertising campaign.
мая 16, 2018
HANOVER, NH — May 9, 2018 — Strava, the world’s active network, names Sean Co as General Manager of Strava Metro, a department that partners with governments to improve infrastructure for cyclists and pedestrians. With a background spanning cities, counties, regional agencies, state agencies and transit providers, Co brings more than 17 years of transportation planning experience to the team. Additionally, Colorado, Utah and Texas have joined Strava Metro’s growing list of organizations. In just three years, Strava Metro has already contributed anonymized cyclist and pedestrian data to more than 130 organizations and governmental agencies around the world.