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Adidas Shows Off Android Personal Coaching App At #MWC11

All Day I Dream About Sports, and now I don’t have to dream, just look at my Android phone and I’ll have a personal trainer/coach app used by real professional soccer players.  Adidas, one of the best names in athletic footwear, has released a new app called MiCoach.

This new app by Adidas gives Android access access to a free audible personal training and coaching app.  The Android version of this award winning app will be available for free in the Android Market in April of 2011. There’s already an iPhone and Blackberry version (that’s odd).  The iPhone app has seen over 1 million downloads since its release.  The MiCoach app was also named the Stuff Magazine app of the year in 2010.

The MiCoach app features:
Pace triggered voice coaching
Personalized and sports specific training plans
Workout Calendar
Workout Feedback
Route planning and tracking for jobs etc.

With it’s April 2011 release it will arrive just in time for those spring workouts to start.

Source: Adidas


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