There is no one size fits all answer. The various running apps may integrate with MyFitnessPal, or Fitocracy. There are some apps that also integrate with your Withing's scale or FitBit. So if you run, you have options available to you. However, if you lift, there isn't anything I'm aware of that allows you to compare and contrast across apps. There are fairly large technical issues that affect whether this is even feasible. For example, what units does one site use vs. another? Are the units just a label? This second issue is what makes JEFit difficult for me to use because it doesn't really convert metric and imperial measurements, it just slaps the unit name on the end of the number.
The bigger question is whether it's healthy for you to compare yourself against others:
- It can lend to an inflated ego if the people you are comparing against are not where you are on particular lifts. Doesn't really help you get better.
- It can lend to a deflated ego and lack of confidence when the people who were weaker are now stronger than you and still getting better when you stay the same. Again, doesn't really help you get better.
- Comparing yourself to other people doesn't help you become better at your goals.
The best thing you can do is compare your current training to your previous training. If you are making progress, great! Keep doing what you are doing. If you aren't making progress towards your current goals, then use those logs to analyze why not.