Workout is starting!
Do you want to loss weight or to get fit? So often, the willing is there, but we can't manage the training properly to achieve expected results. CardioTrainer has come up to solve that problem. Comprehensive tracking of your workout to have detailed info about what's happening in your body. Thus, CardioTrainer contains the following features:
- Tools to control distance, time and calories. GPS, calories counter, pedometer. You can also connect it by Bluetooth with Polar Wearlink+ Bluetooth Transmitter. This way you will track also your heart rate.
- Integrated voice output for info about your workout and also an integrated music player.
- Scheduled workout with reminders, not too miss a single training day. It helps you to keep your power of will up.
- Finally, and maybe what's the most curious feature, you can share your achievements on Facebook. After setting up your account, you will be able to share your evolution as well as check friend activity feed out. This way you'll get an extra motivation. Competition is the best way to keep the training up.
What about the flaws? This is certainly one of the best tools for tracking your workout. It takes in account almost everything you need to know. However, some features could be improved. The GPS sometimes doesn't work properly, as well as the music player. Likewise, it doesn't account for the altitude. It needs Polar Wearlink for HRM, otherwise can't monitor it.
CardioTrainer has been developed by WorkSmart Lab, a settled developer focused on apps weight loss-related. They've launched a tenth of the with remarkably success.
Letting its catches apart, this is a great app for training tracking. However, we've noticed it's more focused on weight loss than in cardio training, since you need extra items (Polar's Wearlink) for it. Anyway, it's worth to give it a try.
Tags: cardio trainer , cardiotrainer , instrucciones cardio trainer , cardio tracker with music integration , cardiotrainer resolutions , cardiotrainer heart rate
by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Jun 28, 2011