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  1. Speed up with your personal coach!
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Speed up with your personal coach!

miCoach is your personal trainer. Choose training plans or create your own. Track your workout progress, get coaching feedback, and see improvements.

NOTE: miCoach is not compatible with iPhone 5.

Whether on field, on court, in a game or during training, your movements are captured - wirelessly and effortlessly.

Easy to use - just slide it into your miCoach compatible shoe. No wires - just you, your shoes and your new miCoach SPEED_CELL. On-Board Memory stores all measurements during your workout/game (every 5 sec).

Afterwards the file is sent wirelessly to your mobile app, computer or your phone/iPod. Key performance metrics are captured/measured every second in all directions.

This enables you to instantly compete and compare your stats. Know how fast you are, brag about it, get rewarded, get status.

The miCoach SPEED_CELL and platform allows you to compare your stats vs. your team, your league, your state, the pros. And to easily share the data with your friends, coach, and community.

You can even share your workout times via Twitter or Facebook.

Records:

Time: per session, and cumulative

Distance: per session, and cumulative

Speed: max. speed per session, fastest speed

Number of Sprints

WEIGHT: 0.2 oz.

NOTE: miCoach is not compatible with iPhone 5.


Captura cada uno de tus movimientos en la cancha con el miCoach Speed Pod de adidas. Es fácil de usar ya que no necesita cables, solamente lo instalas en tus zapatos y su memoria guarda las estadísticas de tus movimientos cada cinco segundos. Luego, dicha

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