Adidas miCoach is an app that is created for the Android devices, which let you understand what are the regions in your body that you need to workout while you run. Obviously, more exercised will be the feet, and not the hands, because you don’t run in your hands. miCoach uses the GPS system and you need to place a little device in your phone that is connected to the smartphone that runs the Android operating system and then connected to the GPS. It is a free application.
In this way, you will learn faster where is the better place to run, for you. If you are in your native town, then most likely you know what are the areas where you can run without the fear that you might get hit by a car who is running too fast. You should search for parks and green areas to do this activity. You can measure the distance that you made in one day, how much time passed since you started to run in that park and how much time will you spend in that other park and so on. You can set all sort of factors. The calories that you burn will be also shown on the screen. The app requires Android 2.1 or up. This is no problem, as I said in my previos articles, because now there are devices which run on the Android 3.0 version or later. If you have an older smartphone, then you can use this device to run the app only if you update the operating system.
The device must allow you to update the system, because it can happen the same situation like it happens with the computers that do not have enough memory to run a later version of an OS created for computers, this time. If you want to update from Windows XP, for example, to Windows 7, you need at least 2 GB in memory, and if you don’t and the computer does not let you to update the memory, since the maximum capacity of it is of 1 GB, then you will never run Windows 7. Maybe the Starter edition, but I don’t know if this will run correctly.1