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[ANN] iSMARTtrain for Mac V2.0.3 Release

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Old July 4th 06, 12:01 AM posted to rec.bicycles.off-road,misc.fitness.aerobic
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Default [ANN] iSMARTtrain for Mac V2.0.3 Release

We've just released an update to iSMARTtrain, our Macintosh OS X
application for downloading from Polar heart rate monitors and tracking

& analysing sports training.

The latest release contains support for the Polar S725x and has many

The software allows multisport and single sport athletes to store
information about their training sessions, such as duration, distance
and speed, and view the data in either a graphical or tabular form.
Heart rate data can be displayed graphically, as tables or as a
distribution graph showing the time spent in each heart rate zone.

Any number of different sports can be quickly and easily tracked, using

either metric or imperial units for each sport. Commonly used routes
and sessions can be stored and quickly recalled. Total times, distances

and number of sessions can be viewed per week or month. Equipment usage

and miscellaneous data, such as weight, can also be tracked.

For more details and to download a trial version of the software, visit

http://www.ismarttrain.com. For more information contact Stuart
Tevendale, .

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