Mar 28, 2017 - 09:08 AM
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Using the RunCoach software is like having your own personal trainer. It is an advanced expert system that creates a personal running program tailored for each individual. It is also a fully functional multi-sport training diary with many features listed below. Whether your goal is to loose weight, complete a fun run or to lower your 10k time RunCoach can help.
First you tell it a bit about yourself. The more it knows the better help it can provide. Then it produces a training schedule to match your goals. If you have no goals it can suggest one or if your goal is too optimistic it will advise you. It allows you to tell it what days you want to run, when you have the most time and how many days a week you would like to train.
It also has extensive analysis capabilities with hundreds of graphs, reports and comparisons. You can import data from other programs and pulse monitors and export to Excel for further analysis if you need. It tracks usage of equipment (eg running shoes). There is also PB analysis and performance prediction built in which help to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. It even has a built in Sports Psych that you can talk with in English.
Initially you can use the Basic Mode and never have to worry about the advanced features. This allows you to simply produce a plan and tell it about your workouts. As you get more familiar you can start using the other features.
If you have ever had trouble loosing weight or improving your running then RunCoach is for you.
If you just want an individually tailored training plan, you don't need the software as we also provide an online service to do that. You fill in a few details about yourself and your training goals and then RunCoach will develop a customised program for you. This is emailed to you so you can start immediately. See the support/registration page to sign up.
This is the 32bit version and will run on most 32 bit Microsoft operating system like Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP although Vista has not been tested. The program is also available for Windows 3.1 and DOS. (you have access to all versions for the same price) There has been extensive beta testing so you can use the Version 1.0 with confidence. The interface is menu driven with pull-down menus, on-line and context sensitive help.
Its running knowledge is extensive and includes the following:-
The diary features are also extensive and here is a partial list:-
Support and registration information is available here
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