Apple Nike+ iPod Sport Kit, Nike+ SportBand, Nike+GPS for iPhone.
iPhone GPS Recording Apps
Most iPhone GPS recording apps are capable of sending a recorded session to your mac via email. If the file format is anything like GPX, KML or TCX then you can directly import the recording via drag and drop of the file onto the TrailRunner application Icon.
Some Applications like Trails, RaceBunny or iTrail use the TrailRunner native communication interface via wifi.
Read more about iPhone Apps supported by TrailRunner.
ForeRunner FR50, FR60, 310XT, 405 and 405CX
ForeRunner 201/301/305/405, FR60, Garmin Edge 205/305/605/705
To send courses to your fitness device use the helper application LoadMyTracks or GPSBable (see below).
RS200, RS200sd, CS200, CS200cad or F6 heart rate monitor
Any other Polar HRM file containing distance information can also be imported into TrailRunner. This includes files with the .hrm extension or .xml extension that may come from polarpersonaltrainer.com
If you own a Polar S625x with Irda the only known way is to use a PC emulation with Polar Personal Trainer and then export a HRM file. Please let me know if you find any better solution. (Forum: MAC with polar watches)
Upload you data to polarpersonaltrainer.com, export as an Polar HRM XML file and import that into TrailRunner
Please let me know if you find any better solution.
Global Trainer GPS
Use the Timex Device Agent which works exclusively with TrainingPeaks. Export a PWX file and import the file into TrailRunner.
Supported GPS Devices
MacTravelRecorder can export GPX files from GPS mouses like the iBlue.
Supported File formats
TrailRunner can directly read and import files in the following formats:
GPX (either containing routes or tracks)
TCX (Garmin XML Database)
FIT (Garmin Fitness Database)
HRM (Polar HRM files)
XML (polarpersonaltrainer.com XML export)
fitlog (SportTracks FitnessLogbook)
If you have any different file format, use GPSBabel to convert it to any of the supported file formats above
Solution: When your heart-rate data contains distance information, the you can do the following:
- First import the track from your GPS device, iphone or file and make a route of it so that it appears in the routes list.
- Remove the activity as otherwise you cannot add a new activity for the same date. - Then import your workout from your ForeRunner 50 or HRM file and select the route in the import panel.
TrailRunner will now merge the Heat-rate data and the GPS Data based on the distance information.
Note: For not GPS enabled workout devices you require a food-pod while your where running as TrailRunner requires distance information for the matching.
QuickGuide Introduction courte.
Utilisez TrailRunner avec Nike+iPod.
Utilisez TrailRunner avec ForeRunner.
> TrailRunner Help Book
> Tutoriel en anglais
Mise à jour: Jean-Daniel a écrit un cours d'instruction au sujet d'utiliser TrailRunner avec un ForeRunner:
> Garmin : les suites d'une intégration Mac OS
Background: During the workout, your ForeRunner records geographical data points. At the same time your ForeRunner internally adds up the distances as a total distance so far. If you have intelligent recording enabled on your ForeRunner and the GPS signal quality isn't too good, the device will alter the recorded geographical course -- and therefore the derived distance -- after it knows better. Problem is that at the same time the overall distance should also be adjusted, which is not the case.
Status: To avoid confusion, TrailRunner usually displays the distance your device is displaying. But it could happen that the real distance, based on the mere data points, "slips through" in TrailRunner. This indeed is contradictory information but at the same time it is like impossible to me to "do it right".