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Training Diary Software(8 posts)

Training Diary Softwarepearlbeer
Jul 30, 2003 7:30 AM
Anyone know of some training diary software? Freeware preferred.
re: Training Diary Softwareovertrained
Jul 30, 2003 7:50 AM
I've tried several shareware/freeware but the best software I've found is the Polar software. It's comes with the higher end Polar watches or I think you can buy it.
crosstrak & bikeprologPBWatson
Jul 30, 2003 8:24 AM - free multisport software quite good - free log website, works great compare yourself to other riders & participate in seasonal challanges. I find this to be more motivating but sometimes the site goes down, usually just a day or two & all info remains intact but it does happen
crosstrak & bikeprologKristin
Jul 30, 2003 10:44 AM
Crosstrak doesn't appear to be free. Looks like it costs $29.95. BikeProLog is free, I just tried it, but it has an aweful lot of broken links, which means many of the "features" are not available. I couldn't get to wellness, calories and a number of other. I was able to paste my ride log from today into the comments of the ride log, but it only displays 2 lines at a time. If you click on the comments link from the calendar, it doesn't show you the comments you typed. It could be a good site, but in its current state of disrepair... However, it is the only free log website I've ever seen.
re: Training Diary SoftwareSmeagol
Jul 30, 2003 9:11 AM
I use Lifeform. Last week though, while I was participating in a free keg in someones front yard in the middle of Iowa (thanks for all the free beer this year at RAGBRAI) chilling with Team Trouser Mouse, Team Penn, Team Ride To The Right, and some of Team Evil, someone handed out a card for It is a free site as well to log your miles. I haven't been there yet, but your post reminded me of it. -- nmms
Jul 30, 2003 10:02 AM
Jul 30, 2003 10:48 AM
This is a web-based tracking system (similar to bikeprolog but cost is $25/year).

The site also lets you log running, swimming, and other activities... I've been very happy with it and have used it for 2 years to track my mileage.
Jul 30, 2003 11:32 PM is multisport, web-based, free, consistently available, etc. Very, very good... I've used it for nearly two years now and no interruptions in service and they have consistently upgraded and improved the site. The workout descriptions and types can be customized, along with many other portions of the site. It will also track races, do cumulative stats and graph.