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Apps for iPad/iPhone/Droid: PE Apps

Instructions on how to add applications to an iPhone, iPad, or Android.

Physical Education Mobile Apps

Bike Repair HD

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Spinning ($4.99) — Whether you’re a dedicated road cyclist or prefer to work out inside, iMPTP Technology’s Spinning app for iPad (as well as iPhone/iPod touch) will track your workouts. Chart basic data such as heart rate, distance, time, calories burned, as well as weight, blood pressure, and sleep scores. Sync data across all your iDevices, so you always have what you need. See also: iMTP technology’s iBike and iRunner. To track heart rate and other metrics with ANT+ ultra-low power sensors requires a DF Connect ANT+ Adapter and sensors sold separately.

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Join the more than 10 million people who are using RunKeeper to turn their phone into a personal trainer in their pocket! Track your runs, walks, bike rides, hikes, ski runs, and more using the GPS in your iPhone.

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10K Runner

10K Runner: 0 to 5K to 10K run training ($3.99) — This universal training app will help a novice runner train for a 10K (or shorter race) in just 14 weeks. Listen to the music of your choice while you exercise, and the audio coach will tell you exactly when to speed up and slow down. 10K Runner gets you in shape with an awesome Walk – Run – Walk routine. You start slow, and the running gradually increases to a full 10K. The app also includes extensive Q&A to help beginners, as well as videos on how to stretch.

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Strava Cycling

Strava Cycling App

Track your cycling progress and challenge your friends.

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