New Apps, Digital Fitness Devices Keep Track Of Your Workout

Port Adelaide fitness guru Darren Burgess made defender Jackson Trengove ready to play

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Bluetooth-enabled, p90X3 Milestone stores 20 hours of data covering mileage, pace, cadence, distance, number of runs, steps per minutes and time, which can be loaded onto your computer via USB. Week and month views let you track long-term trends. Also, you can input your blood type and medical data, which is useful for emergency responders. Note: In June, a new app will allow the device to track your stance time and whether you’re landing on your heel or your toe. Dislikes: None Price: $19.95.
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This free iPhone app from Puma helps track your workout, crunching the data into an overall score. The app also helps you figure out conditions that affect your workout, and the scoring system can be motivating.

But its the constant coaching that blows the socks off anything else Ive ever tried. This real time coaching isnt a hack job, as the number of things Ive been guided on are truly revolutionary. From sleep to nutrition to a better run to a more intense workout the numbers and the rationale behind are set to context by a team that are true professionals and know what theyre doing. My real-time guidance has taught me that I work out better in the evenings (Ive always been an advocate of super early morning workouts) and that I should do my strength exercises before my cardio and not after.
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Why fitness trackers could be big game changers

http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm Trengove was on Ports injury list in late January with bone bruising to his left knee. He played in no trial game before Monday nights AFL season-opener against the Blues at Etihad Stadium. He not only worked under pressure in defence, but supported Matthew Lobbe in ruck. Ollie Wines stars for Port Adelaide 1:43 Port Adelaide forward Robbie Gray has praised Ollie Wines for his star performance against Carlton, the young star showing no signs of second season blues.
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