The American Council of Exercise suggests that in order to achieve fitness goals, individuals must accurately track their progress. Now there’s a new, advanced technology to make that easier to do than ever before.
The WorkoutMan is a revolutionary software system designed to monitor, track and pace workouts for both strength training and cardio-based exercising. Developed by Devici, Inc., the system runs on the Timex Ironman* Data Link® USB wristwatch, a leading sports watch, replacing cumbersome workout cards notebooks, journals and PDAs.
Rod Santomassimo, co-founder of Devici, is excited about consumer response so far. “We’ve had thousands of inquiries and tremendous response in our beta testing,” said Santomassimo. “People are telling us the WorkoutMan is, by far, the best workout partner they’ve ever had.”
Here’s how the system works. Establish your workout routines and enter them into the PC-based WorkoutMan software and download them to your watch. During strength training workouts, log in your specific exercise, weight, number of reps and sets directly on the watch. For cardio workouts, log in the specific exercise, length of time you exercised, distance and intensity level.
While exercising, WorkoutMan provides you with immediate feedback. Its revolutionary pacing feature maximizes the efficiency and effectiveness of your workout. “Immediate and on-going feedback provided by WorkoutMan keeps our users motivated. It stimulates them and helps them strive for more,” says co-founder Charles Herskowitz. After your workout, data from your watch is easily uploaded to your PC with the push of a button. WorkoutMan then helps you view and monitor your progress through a variety of logs, reports and charts. “It’s all right there for the user to see and respond to,” explains Herskowitz. “It’s a very intelligent, flexible system. You can view your data by time period, exercise or muscle group to get a clear picture of your progress.”
The WorkoutMan is being marketed to individuals in all fitness levels. Anyone with a fitness or exercise goal will benefit greatly from WorkoutMan’s ability to pace workouts, compare exercise data and even track body weight and calories.
Media professionals may request a free product trial by contacting Rod Santomassimo at 866-433-8424 x201 or rns[.]devici.com.
The patent-pending WorkoutMan is a product of Devici, Inc., located in Durham, NC.