Bayern Munich Stars Have To Train With Adidas MiCoach

Posted: Jul 3 2008, 11:11am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:14am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


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Juergen Klinsmann, the new coach of soccer club Bayern Munich is using miCoach to track and control the training efforts of his soccer players.

Adidas introduced the Samsung made miCoach mobile phone along with sensors and online service earlier this year.
The miCoach training system is for every fitness enthusiast a very attractive solution.
The miCoach phone, equipped with a stride sensor and heart rate monitor, provides a comprehensive on-the-go personal training system. The phone provides training tips and time updates, and encourages users with music tailored to the workout.
With one click, users can connect to the stride sensor and heart rate monitor and begin a workout that suits the user.
A personal coach advises runners to "Speed up to power zone" or tells them that "15 minutes is completed". Tapping the phone twice produces instant updates on the workout. The 2.0 inch LCD shows a real-time visual display of time, heart rate, distance, speed and calories burned.
The phone is equipped with a 2MP camera and 1GB memory capacity.

Of course as a trainer the online tracking is a great tool to make sure the highly paid players of Bayern Munich are not just partying their progress away in the P1 Club every night.
More details about miCouch can be found here. Via Bild (German).

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