|BodyTrans tracks your training, nutrition, and mindset for overall fitness. Features include a nutrition guide, nutrition log, configurable food database, training guide, training log, configurable training database, diary, and more.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:05|
|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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BodyTrans tracks your training, nutrition, and mindset for overall health and quality of life. Features include a nutrition guide, nutrition log, configurable food database, training guide, training log, configurable training database, diary, digital picture comparison, sleep log, body fat percentage and measurement log. The food database includes over 1700 foods with associated macronutrient profiles. The exercise database comes with nearly 50 exercises. Both allow for nearly unlimited custom entries. No other application offers as many features at such a low price. Whether you are a Body-For-Life transformation challenge competitor, fitness enthusiast, or seasoned athlete, BodyTrans is the perfect solution.
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Recommended 1 GHz with at least 256MB RAM
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