Trayn is now also available in Spanish! – Ahora en castellano
Soy Luis Camacho Mateo, el científico del deporte responsable de la traducción de Trayn al castellano. En este post, os hablaré sobre mi traducción y sobre mi visión – como nuevo miembro del equipo – de las posibilidades que Trayn puede ofrecer en el mundo del entrenamiento deportivo.
Trayn is now also available in Spanish!
I am the sport scientist behind the translation of Trayn to Spanish. In this post, I will tell you about the translation and my perspective – as a new member of the team – on what Trayn has to offer.
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Home is when you know where the light switch is. We want to make you feel at home while working with Trayn, but from the very beginning. This is why we've been working on an interactive tutorial that sheds some light on the most important features.Continue Reading
After our recent 2.5 release on iOS, we’ve released detailed tracking on Android. You can now track and edit all values in your workout. The Android version is slightly different from the iOS version. For supersets, we decided to expand the tabs which list the sets to involve multiple exercises, so you can easily switch between them.Continue Reading
We’re proud to announce an important update to Trayn iOS: Detailed tracking capabilities are finally here. It took some time, but after a lot of iterations and course changes, we have released 2.5 for all our athletes on the go.Continue Reading
Athletic readiness is the extent by which athletes perform at a high level without injury. Maximal readiness comes from carefully planned strength and conditioning programs. Assuming the needs of the sport have been identified, planning an effective program involves sequential development of the macrocycle, mesocycles, microcycles, and of course, the actual workouts.Continue Reading