Computer workout logs

Discussion in 'Triathlon' started by Spm073, Apr 14, 2003.

  1. Spm073

    Spm073 Guest

    I am looking for a good program or combination of programs to allow me to replace my wellworn
    Tri-sports logs and weightlifing logs. Ive been tinkering with some trial versions of The Athlete's
    Diary and others but cant seem to find the perfect combination for both cardio and weight training
    information.

    Im trying to find a way to chart/graph my triathlon training to monitor my weekly/monthly totals and
    speeds, but i also want to track my weightlifting (sets, reps, weights,etc) progress.

    Ive found some wonderful PC programs but i cant find any good ones that allow me to enter data in my
    PAlm (i.e. at the gym or the track) and then sync to my PC for printing.

    Any thoughts?

    Patrick Dallas
     
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  2. Jojo

    Jojo Guest

    http://www.runnersweb.com/running/rw_sw.html

    that is one source. also google triathlon training excel and you get a lot of good hits. I found the
    excel spreadsheet to be very good and easily modified to fit my needs. This is also assuming palm
    runs excel. I use mine on a pocketpc. jojo

    "Spm073" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > I am looking for a good program or combination of programs to allow me to replace my wellworn
    > Tri-sports logs and weightlifing logs. Ive been
    tinkering
    > with some trial versions of The Athlete's Diary and others but cant seem
    to
    > find the perfect combination for both cardio and weight training
    information.
    >
    > Im trying to find a way to chart/graph my triathlon training to monitor my weekly/monthly totals
    > and speeds, but i also want to track my
    weightlifting
    > (sets, reps, weights,etc) progress.
    >
    > Ive found some wonderful PC programs but i cant find any good ones that
    allow
    > me to enter data in my PAlm (i.e. at the gym or the track) and then sync
    to my
    > PC for printing.
    >
    > Any thoughts?
    >
    > Patrick Dallas
     
  3. Jkmsg

    Jkmsg Guest

    [email protected] (Spm073) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I am looking for a good program or combination of programs to allow me to replace my wellworn
    > Tri-sports logs and weightlifing logs. Ive been tinkering with some trial versions of The
    > Athlete's Diary and others but cant seem to find the perfect combination for both cardio and
    > weight training information.
    >
    > Im trying to find a way to chart/graph my triathlon training to monitor my weekly/monthly totals
    > and speeds, but i also want to track my weightlifting (sets, reps, weights,etc) progress.
    >
    > Ive found some wonderful PC programs but i cant find any good ones that allow me to enter data in
    > my PAlm (i.e. at the gym or the track) and then sync to my PC for printing.
    >
    > Any thoughts?
    >
    > Patrick Dallas

    Try WWW.crosstrak.com they have a freeware version... It's stand alone and excel spread sheet
    dependent.

    Joe
     
  4. Mark

    Mark Guest

    You can try this one:

    http://www.tricats.org/trilog.asp

    --
    mark Outside a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog it is too dark to read -
    Groucho Marx

    "Spm073" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > I am looking for a good program or combination of programs to allow me to replace my wellworn
    > Tri-sports logs and weightlifing logs. Ive been
    tinkering
    > with some trial versions of The Athlete's Diary and others but cant seem
    to
    > find the perfect combination for both cardio and weight training
    information.
    >
    > Im trying to find a way to chart/graph my triathlon training to monitor my weekly/monthly totals
    > and speeds, but i also want to track my
    weightlifting
    > (sets, reps, weights,etc) progress.
    >
    > Ive found some wonderful PC programs but i cant find any good ones that
    allow
    > me to enter data in my PAlm (i.e. at the gym or the track) and then sync
    to my
    > PC for printing.
    >
    > Any thoughts?
    >
    > Patrick Dallas
     
  5. Deary me, - well how about actually opening up Excel and devising your own training log!

    Far cheaper, far more fun. Excel 2000 is such a powerful application that you can customize what you
    want very easily, so that each time you enter your data, it all updates automatically....exactly how
    you want. And, you can total what you want, when you want, how you want... I even have a background
    picci of me running on my graph, which always reminds me to keep motivated with my running
    training:).

    Time to get the books out, get learning some IT, dude! Tonnes of tutorials on the net' free...so get
    going:))))

    "Spm073" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > I am looking for a good program or combination of programs to allow me to replace my wellworn
    > Tri-sports logs and weightlifing logs. Ive been
    tinkering
    > with some trial versions of The Athlete's Diary and others but cant seem
    to
    > find the perfect combination for both cardio and weight training
    information.
    >
    > Im trying to find a way to chart/graph my triathlon training to monitor my weekly/monthly totals
    > and speeds, but i also want to track my
    weightlifting
    > (sets, reps, weights,etc) progress.
    >
    > Ive found some wonderful PC programs but i cant find any good ones that
    allow
    > me to enter data in my PAlm (i.e. at the gym or the track) and then sync
    to my
    > PC for printing.
    >
    > Any thoughts?
    >
    > Patrick Dallas
     
  6. Rebecca Bishop <[email protected]> wrote:
    >Deary me, - well how about actually opening up Excel and devising your own training log!

    >Time to get the books out, get learning some IT, dude! Tonnes of tutorials on the net' free...so
    >get going:))))

    That time might be better spent learning other things, dude. Why reinvent what others have done?
    Code reuse is the mantra.

    I work in the industry and I have so many topics higher on the list.

    --
    Jason O'Rourke www.jor.com
     
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