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Em, no. I mean logging workouts. When I first started running, I would log my workouts, but as my workouts became more frequent and I started to get a good 'feel' for what I was doing, I stopped. When I started doing triathlon, again I started a little online journal to keep track of my work outs and progress, but again, I stopped after a while.
Now I am back to using an online log, and here's why.
- Ironman training is serious! I should probably keep track of what I do.
- I am going to want to look back on what I did this year, because I am already thinking about 2010 and beyond.
- I bought a plan (from Endurance Nation), something I have never done before, and I want to be sure I do all the workouts as prescribed.
- Having work outs to check off, and a place to ad details, adds accountability.
- An online log allows other people to check up on me, another layer of accountability.
- An online log, as opposed to an old fashioned paper log, provides so many more options, is secured from loss and accessible wherever there is Internets excess.
Log multiple workouts in a day, including time, distance, heart rate wattage and comments.
Calculates estimated calories for most workouts.
Daily sleep, energy level and hydration record.
Food log including USDA and custom food data.
Can set up coach relationship with access to planned and completed workout data.
Ability to set up teams with exclusive access for team members to view and comment.
Blog widget thingy lets me show my worout log over there on the right --->
There's a bunch of other stuff it does that i dont even know yet. The guys who built the app are triatletes themselves, so really understand whats needed. And while they are providing it for free, they are constantly makign updates, many times at the request of their users.
Oh yeah did I mention its FREE.