Engadget post time: April 23, 2013 at 06:59AM
Dragging yourself to the gym in the wee hours of the morning already takes a heaping helping of dedication, but fitness equipment manufacturer Precor is betting that it can provide additional motivation with its new iOS app: Preva Mobile. By wielding the software, users can monitor and set goals for calories burned, distance and duration, and even log their actions outside the gym for activities ranging from rollerblading to skiing. What’s more is that the application acts as an extension of the firm’s Preva fitness tracking console built into its 880 line of cardio equipment, and keeps data synced between devices and exercise machines through the cloud.
In addition to helping folks keep tabs on their activity, the digital logbook rewards users with points and badges, which they can
brag about share on Twitter and Facebook. There’s no sign of an Android version just yet, but we doubt your personal trainer will buy that as an excuse to stray from your workout regimen.
Source: Preva (iTunes)
Reference source: Engadget