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    Does anyone know of any apps that help you track/plan/organize your workouts and keep track of your meals for the Treo? Are there are good freeware versions?

    It's the new year with the new treo so I was wondering what the Treo community might recommend.
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    Bump.

    Anyone? I'm interested too.
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    not free, but

    Biometric Weight Manager - http://www.bioweblogic.com/

    and

    FitnessPlus http://www.smartcell.com/Web/pc-19-3...-os-suite.aspx

    are worth having a look at.
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    I second BWM - awesome app with cool reports - give it a shot
    Fred
    Cingular 680
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    athletixpalm.sourceforge.net
    Athletix used to be a commercial product from Normsoft, now freeware
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    I read the header and thought you were looking for an app to get the Treo 680 in shape!

    Well, it was in between two 'battery problem' headers - I thought someone had come up with a way to train the battery!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsgreen View Post
    athletixpalm.sourceforge.net
    Athletix used to be a commercial product from Normsoft, now freeware
    Does not look like Athletix has a diet component.
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    I've been using CalorieKing for the last couple of years - it's functional and doesn't crash. The reason I haven't upgraded to a newer one (that actually works out your protein/carb/fat percentages as a whole, plus salt intake etc) is that I've entered a whole range of food into my personal database for it. It also lets you enter your daily exercise program, but doesn't really give you much scope for planning sets/reps etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stublue View Post
    I've been using CalorieKing for the last couple of years
    Just downloaded the CalorieKing trial, and a plus for Aussies is that they have an .au website and Aust. food database and it copes with metric including Kilojoules.

    This thread probably should be in Palm OS Applications.
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    Now I'm torn between the new My Diet and the venerable Diet 7.0 !
    Fred
    Cingular 680

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