miCoach: adidas Launches Fitness Tracking App

miCoach: adidas Launches Fitness Tracking App

The free application aims to act as your coach and personal trainer, sharing data that will help you better train.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 2 august 2010

Adidas has launched miCoach as a free application, turning your smartphone into a coach and personal trainer – without the need for any supplemental devices. The app has capitalized on the ‘missing link’ between the chip-driven stats tracking of Nike+ (requiring purchase of said chip), and the analytical capabilities of a well-designed smartphone app (already in your hand, oftentimes during your run).

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