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Press Release: Free iPhone Spinning App tracks your spin

Posted Nov 19 2008 7:04am

Ispin Spinning, the worldwide leader in indoor group cycling, has introduced the new iSPINNING fitness application available on the Apple® iPhone App Store. iSPINNING, free for a limited time only, is an innovative new cardio and cycling application that compiles real-time data for fitness tracking. iSPINNING is the first of a suite of health and fitness apps enabled by iTMP Technology, a pioneering developer of smartphone hardware and software applications.

For iPhone and iPod touch users interested in cutting edge fitness applications, and for Spinning enthusiasts eager to integrate their fitness data with Apple's mobile computing platforms, the new iSPINNING iPhone application is a breakthrough in fitness tracking.

iSPINNING is an iPhone-based Spinning computer and cardio fitness system that is compatible with leading fitness heart rate transmitters and a growing list of other fitness sensors. In addition to heart-related data, iSPINNING receives speed, cadence, and power data from cycling sensors so users can track cycling metrics from their road and mountain bikes too.

"For years the fitness industry has struggled with the complexities of tracking and displaying fitness data in ways that are appealing to the end user. iTMP has raised the bar with their suite of iPhone apps that collect data from body and equipment sensors to track and present it in a simple and usable format," said John Baudhuin, CEO of Mad Dogg Athletics, Inc., creators of the Spinning indoor cycling program.

"While there are a handful of fitness apps for the iPhone, until now none of them have incorporated real-time user data in their calculations. With our wireless virtual bridge, SMHEART LINK, we connect distributed health and fitness sensors to Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. In other words, we enable Apple's incredible mobile computers to double as heart monitors and cycling computers," said Michael Williams, founder and CEO of iTMP.

Click HERE to download the iPhone application or click HERE to visit the web site.

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