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TRAINING/LOGGING SOFTWARE FOR PALM OS??(3 posts)

TRAINING/LOGGING SOFTWARE FOR PALM OS??Big Wheel
Jan 15, 2002 7:39 PM
I recently got a Handspring Visor, running Palm OS 3.1

There are TONS of fitness, diet programs available out there... Anybody know of any that are cycling specific? Even if it's just a journal for keeping track of your training miles, I'd love to check it out.

Thanks! :)

Big Wheel
large_cyclist@hotmail.com
Yup. I use a couple of FREE ones...Greg Taylor
Jan 16, 2002 5:56 AM
The best is a critter that I downloaded via the Palm website called PocketCardio. It is a small, customizable database for keeping track of your miles, etc. It uses a the ThinkDB engine, which you get with the download. Try searching for PocketCardio on the Palm site...or try www.thinkingbytes.com

I've customized mine to keep track of route, which bike, time, miles, heartrate (avg. and max.), and notes. You can archive your data at the end of the year.

Another free bit of software is a critter called Track-It, which simply draws a graph based on the datapoints that you put in. You can use it to keep visual track of trends in your mileage, etc.
re: TRAINING/LOGGING SOFTWARE FOR PALM OS??RandyMH
Jan 16, 2002 6:03 AM
The best one I have found is at
www.fitnesslogs.com/cyclistslog
I is a great program. Counts everything for you. Lets you store rides so that yo don't have to re-enter them. Its free for 30 days then its $10.00. I think its worth it.