Running Log
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Craig W.
(xnomanx) - F - M
Running Log on 01/02/2007 19:33:16 MST Print View

Does anyone know where to download/purchase a good running log? I've been using one online but would prefer something that's not internet based. I recently downloaded a free one created on Excel- tons of features, graphs, weight, HR, etc. but I found it has way too many glitches and I'm not good enough to reprogram it.
Anything commercially available?
Thanks.

James Pitts
(jjpitts) - F

Locale: Midwest US
Re; Running Log on 01/03/2007 09:50:37 MST Print View

I buy mine at a local bookstore. Runners World makes a pretty nice one and it's not that expensive... at least I used to.

I train with a Polar HRM and it logs all my workout metrics including pace/speed, distance, heart rate, and altitude as well as split times (set for miles). These get uploaded via an IR interface to my PC and get stored into an really super calendar that keeps track of time spent in various training zones, mileage, etc. It is hands down one of the best training tools I have ever used. I am kind of an uber geek with toys like this so this is a great motivator for me as well.

Edited by jjpitts on 01/03/2007 09:51:55 MST.

Joseph Aulwes
(eispickel) - F
RunningAhead on 02/26/2007 17:38:50 MST Print View

I use RunningAhead.com it's an online tool, but you can download your training log.

- Google map to measure distances of routes.
- Graphs to chart progress.
- Road maps, satellite and topographic maps.
- Calculates elevation gain, loss and net.

Miguel Marcos
(miguelmarcos) - F

Locale: Middle Iberia
Re: RunningAhead on 06/26/2007 07:56:27 MDT Print View

Wow, thanks for suggesting this web site, I've signed up and started inputting.