It's a full-featured fitness app: it can record outdoor workouts using GPS tracking (including manual or auto laps), or provide a muscle chart to help choose exercises at the gym.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
VidaOne Inc, a global leader in health and fitness mobile software, announced today that its fitness application MySportTraining is now available for Android phones. In addition to tracking every detail of cardio and strength workouts, it fully synchronizes with VidaOne Diet & Fitness for Windows PC. MySportTraining has been available for 10 years and now runs on Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Windows Mobile and Palm OS.
MySportTraining is a fitness application specifically designed for Android phones that includes all the features required to track every detail of cardio and strength training workouts, plan them using an integrated calendar, and analyze them using various charts. It's a full-featured fitness app: it can record outdoor workouts using GPS tracking (including manual or auto laps), or provide a muscle chart to help choose exercises at the gym. It can track routes, locations, exercises (sets, reps, weight, rest, exertion, equipment), intervals (sets, duration, recovery, max heart rate, exertion), heart rate (with training zone) and workout gear, It can easily be configured to include personalized activities, exercises, intervals, routes, etc. Other useful fitness features include an activity filter, a list of the “personal best” workouts, automatic workout gear tracking (for example, to track the current mileage of a pair of running shoes), a heart rate training zone calculator and an integrated search.
“We are very proud of offering MySportTraining for Android” said Jean Louis Gareau, president of VidaOne. “A significant portion of our customer base are now using Android phones and were awaiting MySportTraining, especially with its capability of synchronizing workout data with our Windows PC application VidaOne Diet & Fitness”. The data synchronization is done via Wi-Fi and ensures that all the workout data entered on the phone are available on Windows PC and vice-versa. Using a Windows PC in addition to an Android phone not only makes workout analysis much easier, but it also prevents the loss of information stored on the device in case the phone is lost, replaced or upgraded. And because MySportTraining is also available for iPhone, Windows Mobile and Palm OS (BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 versions are in the work), people can still review their workout history even if they switch to a completely different phone.
"MySportTraining was initially released 10 years ago on Pocket PC. Thanks to customer input, it has over time grown to the most complete fitness tracking app available today, and is very well suited for Android" noted Gareau. "And thanks to the synchronization with VidaOne Diet & Fitness, I not only have my last 10 years of workouts on my Android phone, but I also have every single detail I entered for every workout."
For more information about MySportTraining, please visit VidaOne web site at http://www.vidaone.com/mst_android.htm.