What is micoach?

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micoach is a training tool developed by Adidas. It works in a three part system with a stride sensor, a heart monitor, and a receiver that talks to you. The receiver coaches you based upon the data being collected from the stride sensor and and heart monitor. The receiver will tell you to either speed up or slow down based upon your heart rate, tell you the data that has been collected, will tell you how far into your workout you are and how much is left, and lastly will play your music (a pump up song can be selceted and played when you start to slow down). on you can create an account to sync your micoach to and to create and/or selcet workouts to complete. In your account it will display all of the data collected to date and the individual data as well. Along with that a calendar will come up upon logging in and will display all past, non-free run, work outs and all upcoming work outs. If you tend to be less motivated then you should be micoach can send you emails to remind you to work out. micoach tends to be around $140 US dollars. For more information go to

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