As you know, RunHelper is coming soon — a new Bluefin service that will help you consolidate all of your training data in one easy-to-manage location. As we prepare to go live, we’ll be using the blog to share some of the exciting features of the new service and give everyone an idea of what’s to come. Today we’re talking about exporting data…letting you take your training beyond your mobile device.
From the new RunHelper site, you’ll be able to review and analyze all the workout data currently stored within your apps. But that doesn’t mean all that valuable info needs to be trapped on your computer, either.
With RunHelper, you’ll be able to print out your workout history whether you want to hang it on the wall or share it with your doctor. You can also export your info in CSV (comma-separated value) format that you can load into Excel, Numbers, or whatever other software you like. From there you’ll be able to do pretty much anything you can imagine with your data, including keeping a super-detailed training log on your PC.
And are you ready to really get the lay of the land? Export a GPX file of your workout to interact with your route directly in Google Earth.
Have you signed up yet?
If you haven’t already, sign up to be notified when RunHelper launches and get regular updates with more details on all the great features in the works. You’ll also get a special link that you can use to share with your friends for a chance to win one of 50 subscriptions we’re giving away to celebrate the launch.