New from adidas comes the miCoach app for BlackBerry. The app is essentially a personal trainer for your BlackBerry including specific programs for basketball, football, running, soccer and tennis. miCoach uses GPS on your device for real-time pace-based coaching as well as location tracking.
"The introduction of the miCoach app and sports-specific training plans was the natural next step to bring miCoach to an even wider audience. At adidas we work with the world's best coaches and athletes and we wanted to share this knowledge and experience with our consumers to inspire and to help them reach their personal goals," says Bernd Wahler, Chief Marketing Officer of adidas Sport Performance. "Our service approach is unique and sets new standards in terms of personalization in the entire sporting goods industry."
miCoach can sync with your account at miCoach.com so you can share and view your workouts and see your elapsed time, burned calories, pace and more. The app also lets you play music during your workout, and if you were looking for an added bonus - it tracks your shoe usage as well. adidas miCoach is available as a free download from BlackBerry App World.
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