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Description

Management summary :
Extract sprint intervals from GPS tracks or HealthKit workouts - automatically. Forget these start-stop-lap buttons.

More details :
You are a sprinter.
Your trainings? Intervals. High intensity. 12*60 meters - 8*300... . Pushing a stopwatch button or waking your phone slows you down, so you don't.
Comes HIITList : just power your watch and HIIT. When finished, just let HIITList do the analysis.
(Note : from version 2.0 on, you can use your iOs device to record your training. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.)

Features :
- Define the intervals you want to track : 60m, 120m, 150m, 300m... . Minimum start speed (to avoid flying starts screwing up your sprints), minimum elevation, minimum speed for an interval to be considered etc... .
- Import tcx/gpx files from iCloud drive, internet or eMail attachments. HIITlist scans them and detects the intervals.
- Or you can record your trainings using your iOs device.
- View performances by training or by interval.
- Interactive Graphs and maps.

Warnings :
- This version was tested with GPS devices that use one second recording. Tracks registered using smart recording might produce faulty results. Support will come in a later release.
- HIITList uses GPS coordinates. Indoor workouts are NOT supported.
- Currently, HIITList is metric only (athletics tracks are metric, so are Olympic distances. Not sure if there is demand for miles. But we'll add it at users request).
- Speed is expressed in km/hr, not min/km. (Again, we'll add if upon user request).
- You'll need a GPS device with a barometric altimeter to differentiate between flat tracks and hills. Define your intervals with a large enough (+10mr) maximum ascent and descent for devices without barometers.
- GPS devices have an error margin of a few meters. And one second recording means your start will be missed by up to half a second. So do not expect spot-on times. For reference : a 100 meter race electronically timed at 13:68 was estimated at 13:76 by HIITList. A 200 meter race electronically timed at 27:38 was HIITListed at 26:83. All these races were run with a Garmin ForeRunner 610. You can find some examples on https://hiitlistapp.wordpress.com/.

What’s New

Version 2.9.5

The iPhone version now shows average speed and total distance on the main training page.

Information

Provider
Bert Torfs BVBA
Size
16.8 MB
Category
Sports
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. HIITList Professional €2.29

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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