Software for Tracking Diet, Weight, Gains, etc.

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    Software for Tracking Diet, Weight, Gains, etc.


    Anyone use good software for keeping accurate logs and activities of food and training? Looking for a good piece of software to purchase if anyone has any good recommendations. I am looking for something powerful. LOL

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    Food ..... fitday.com.
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    i have an excell program thai found on another BB site that i can post up next week when im home... sorry i dont have it with me here.. but it tracks everything...
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    spreed sheet works good.
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    traineo.com is kind of a "dumbed down" version i guess, alot of people like it though, and you can track alot of stuff.
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    After some searching I found that Calorie Counter and Diet Tracking, Nutrition Data, Water Consumption - TheDailyPlate.com has a nice interface with lots of good options. I didn't give fitday.com that long of a try, but it also worked. Calorie Counter Database - Free Online Diet Program seemed interesting as well, and nutritiondata.com is like a dictionary when you want to find out anything about a specific food.
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    Fitday is good for food.

    For weight and lifting progress, a spreadsheet is simple and works as well as anything else. You really just need to track your progress week-by-week, so you can have your lifts down the left side, the dates along the top, and then just fill in what you put up every session.
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