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Author Topic: LifeHacker Roundup: Track Your Fitness Progress with Free Tools  (Read 4984 times)

mouser

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Great idea to roundup these programs -- please add any other programs you know about.

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You don't need to plunk down $90 for a Wii Fit to track your progress toward a healthier body—even if that downhill skiing game looks mighty fun. If you're trying to curb unnecessary calories and stick to an exercise plan, there are tons of free applications that want to see you succeed. Whether you're facing a fast-food menu or polishing off a light entree, you can log, track, and make healthy decisions from your desktop, or just as easily from a phone.


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Re: LifeHacker Roundup: Track Your Fitness Progress with Free Tools
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2008, 12:54:34 PM »
I used to use Zeropace's (paid) Training log (http://www.zeropace.com/), but gave it up for Sportstracker (http://www.saring.de/sportstracker/).  Brilliant multi-platform application for keeping track of exercises - it even imports Polar HRM files for keeping track of training data.  Only downside is that it's a Java application and takes a while to start-up...