See how the app works.
It’s simple and fun.
Just run, walk or do your
Walking is just as good as running when it comes to lowering your risk for heart disease. You’ll have to spend more time walking than you do running to get the same health benefits simply because it takes longer to walk than to run the same distance.
A fitness tracker is a wearable device
used to keep track of your physical activity and body stats. The device works by using a three-axis accelerometer to track your various movements in all directions
Modern fitness trackers are now usually worn on
the wrist and measure heart rate using something called (PPG). This technology measures how light entering the body scatters as your body flows around your body – put in a very simple way, the sensors can ‘see’ your heart rate. Learn more…
Tons of useful features
Free for Android and Apple users, Rackcoappis a mobile app and website that helps you track what and how much you eat, plus how many calories you burn through activity. It’s simple and effective, so gets a big tick.
What’s the difference between a smartwatch or a fitness tracker?
A fitness tracker is designed to keep track of your health and exercise. A smartwatch keeps track of your fitness too, but it also keeps you connected by delivering notifications and updates on your wrist.
What are the features of fitness tracker?
Choose the exercise section in the menu and tap on „+“ in the top right-hand corner. Now you can enter name, exercise type, one muscle group of various muscle groups (Pro version), description, up to 4 custom images and goal sets. You can also mark, if it is a warming-up / cooling-down exercise. These exercises are not included in some statistics, as they are exchangeable.
Choose the workout section in the menu and tap on „+“ in the top right-hand corner. In the next view you can enter a name, add a note and choose the corresponding exercises.
Choose the exercise section in the menu and choose the exercise you’d like to edit. On the next page you can edit name, type, muscle group, description and custom images. At the bottom you also find the „Delete“ button. Click again on the edit-icon to close the edit mode. Please note: You can’t change the type on an exercise after training it once. Otherwise the statistics would be lost.
Choose the workout section in the menu and tap on the workout routine you’d like to edit. In the next view you can change the name and the order of the exercises, add new exercises or delete current ones, add a note to the trainings plan or delete the complete workout routine.
Choose the workout section in the menu and tap on a workout routine. Click on the edit-icon in the top-right hand corner of the screen. Now drag and drop the exercise in the desired order.
Choose the workout section in the menu and tap on the workout routine, you want to delete.
Way 1: Swipe to the left across the exercise you’d like to delete and click Delete.
Way 2: Click on the edit-icon in the top-right hand corner to activate the edit mode. Tap on the red bubble in front of the exercise you’d like to delete and click Delete. Click again on the edit-icon to close the edit mode.
Choose the exercise section in the menu. Click on the exercise you want to delete. At the bottom of the exercise details you find the Delete button… there you go!
Choose the history section in the menu and click on the corresponding exercise. Swipe to the left across the set you’d like to delete and click Delete.
Swipe to the left across the exercise you’d like to delete while in exercise list view. Click Delete.
The Rackcoapp is just great! Everything you need is in one place and right at your finger tips – it makes being healthy easier and fun!
Download, install and start your training today
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