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ProTrack is listed in Joan Price and Shannon Entin's book -

"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Health and Fitness".

Overview of ProTrack

ProTrack consists of four logs to track your personal fitness information. They are the Workouts Log, Nutrition Log, Personal Measurements Log and the Daily Journal.

ProTrack 2008Use the Workout Log to track your weight-trainging, sports or cardiovascular workouts. You will be able to calculate calories burned and track information such as sets, reps, weight, duration, calories burned, distance, speed, heart rate or intensity.

Use the Nutrition Log to keep track of all your nutrition information. You will be able to calculate calories consumed, track details on over 70 nutrients and set daily nutrition goals.

Use the Personal Measurements Log to track your personal measurements such as your body weight, body fat, waist size, chest size, etc. You can also track your exercise maximums. For example, you could track your one rep max for bench press, squat, deadlift, etc. You can also set personal measurement goals.

Use the Daily Journal to keep daily notes about anything you wish. For example, you could keep notes on information such as how you felt during your workout, what the weather was like, how much sleep you had the night before, etc.

Once your information is entered into any one of the logs, you will be able to create charts and reports to show progress.