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Create your workout calendar with iKeepActive! Sync to your Mac’s calendar which can then sync to your music player, phone or tablet*. iKeepActive is an integrated activity scheduling system which also interactively counts Calories. Not only does it help create your activity schedule but its primary focus is to make sure you do them by displaying reminders and follow-ups. You can also use it to log your diet, analyze your progress and visualize your results.

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iKeepActive and iKeepActive Lite updates

Published on April 24, 2012 by in Uncategorized

Both iKeepActive and iKeepActive Lite have been updated to 1.2.1 and 1.1.1 respectively. The updates includes fixes for minor bugs from the last release, as well as more visible help:

- Added a prominently visible Help button on the toolbar which opens up iKeepActive’s full documentation.
- Fixed Import/Export user-defined activities for users who have upgraded to 1.2.0/1.1.0 on OSX Lion.
- Fixed the migration of daily portraits for users who have upgraded to 1.2.0 on OSX Lion (iKeepActive Lite not affected).

Vist the Mac App Store to update as usual:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ikeepactive/id451029696?mt=12

 
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iKeepActive Lite 1.1.0 Released

Published on February 13, 2012 by in Releases

This new free upgrade (for existing users) implements Apple’s new Sandbox security model, and in turn has many changes to calendar synching. Improvements in this area and other areas have been made along the way:

- Implemented with OSX Lion Sandbox for better protection against malware. (Snow Leopard compatible)
- In accordance to the Sandbox, calendar synching is now completely done through CalendarStore API calls instead of CalendarStore and Applescript.
- Adding activities to the schedule will now automatically add it in the system calendar; no Synching is required.
- The Sync button has been repurposed to re-Sync and update the system calendar, in the case of asymmetry due to errors or willful calendar deletion.
- A complete sync to the calendar is now much faster than before.
- All OSX Lion users will have to quit (if currently running) and restart iCal for any calendar changes to take effect.
- Cancelling after editing a scheduled activity will no longer notify the user of an update required.
- Scheduling an activity which has its units in minutes will now show its entire duration in your system calendar. All other activity unit types (lbs., miles, etc.) will only show the start time.
- When history items are added in the history view, they are now automatically arranged.
- Rearranged columns and added colour coding on the status of items in the History view.
- Updated the documentation with regards to synching.

 
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iKeepActive 1.2.0 Released

Published on January 28, 2012 by in Releases
This new free upgrade (for existing users) implements Apple’s new Sandbox security model, and in turn has many changes to calendar synching. Improvements in this area and other areas have been made along the way:
- Implemented with OSX Lion Sandbox for better protection against malware. (Snow Leopard compatible)
- In accordance to the Sandbox, calendar synching is now completely done through CalendarStore API calls instead of CalendarStore and Applescript.
- Adding activities to the schedule will now automatically add it in the system calendar; no Synching is required.
- Enabling/disabling the food diary will now automatically add to the system calendar.
- The Sync button has been repurposed as a ReSync button to update the system calendar, in the case of asymmetry due to errors or willful calendar deletion.
- A complete sync to the calendar is now much faster than before.
- All OSX Lion users will have to quit (if currently running) and restart iCal for any calendar changes to take effect.
- Cancelling after editing a scheduled activity will no longer notify the user of an update required.
- Scheduling an activity which has its units in minutes will now show its entire duration in your system calendar. All other activity unit types (lbs., miles, etc.) will only show the start time.
- Filtering the timespan of summary data being displayed will now also filter the History and Diet views. The filter has been moved to the toolbar to reflect which pages it has effect on.
- When history items are added in the history view, they are now automatically arranged.
- Rearranged columns and added colour coding on the status of items in the History view.
- Added selective colour codings on good and bad food description key words in the Diet view.
- Added Calories burned formulas for some exercises that were missing formulas.
- All new screen shots and updated the documentation.
 
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Back in the Mac App Store

After voluntarily pulling out from the Mac App Store on Monday night, iKeepActive is now back in the store for sale. Version 1.1.1 has all the great new features from 1.1.0 without any of the issues. Buy now or upgrade for free at the regular place:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ikeepactive/id451029696?ls=1&mt=12

 
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iKeepActive Temporarily Pulled

Due to recent reports of issues with the new version of iKeepActive 1.1.0, released on January 5th, the application has been voluntarily pulled out from the Mac App Store, to ensure quality to my customers.

My apologies for the inconvenience to existing users who have upgraded to or purchased iKeepActive 1.1.0, there will be a fix as soon as possible. There may also be a one week padding for Apple to approve a new fixed version. All users who have 1.1.0 are urged update to the next available version once iKeepActive is back in the Mac App Store.

Thank you in advance for your patience.

 
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iKeepActive 1.1.0 Released

Published on January 5, 2012 by in Releases

iKeepActive 1.1.0 is now available. Existing users upgrade for free.

The main highlight of the release is being able to put the application in recovery mode. After being sick during the holidays and unable to exercise, it was an afterthought that iKeepActive shouldn’t count it against you if you’re sick. Other new features are also available.

What’s New in Version 1.1.0
- Added a “recovery mode”, where your missed scheduled activities won’t be counted against you in the Summary view.
- The History view will show activities missed in recovery mode.
- Detects if you have canceled too many activities, and asks if you are sick or injured. If so recovery mode will be enabled, if not you will get nagged for not doing your exercises.
- Added a location field to the diet tracking.
- Added ability to change the initial meal time up front to the diet tracking entry.
- Added the ability to look up the calories consumed for your meal entry.
- Improvements to the My Schedule view.
- Updated documentation.

 
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Holiday Sale

Got a new Mac for the holidays and need some apps, or just want new apps for your current Mac? iKeepActive and related apps are having a holiday sale. These deals will only last until new year’s. Get your copies now!

iKeepActive is priced at 33% off until the end of 2011.

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iKeepActive Lite is priced at 50% off until the end of 2011.

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Enjoy Foods and Moods for FREE until the end of 2011.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/foods-and-moods/id467891701?mt=12

 

iCaption is priced at 50% off until the end of 2011.

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Calories: whether to count or not, we’ve got you covered.

There are dozens of websites out there and even some desktop software that will help you count Calories burned by exercise. This could be very useful and convenient, but how much do you know about it?

The first question one might ask is, how accurate is it? Well, the answer is complicated. Some counters claim to be the most accurate on the web but don’t even factor in any information about you, the individual. While most others factor in your weight, there are still many known and possibly unknown contributing factors to how many Calories a certain activity can burn. The fact that these factors aren’t considered neither means that it’s completely inaccurate, nor that the factors don’t matter. It’s just that it would be very inefficient to have an algorithm that works on all people in all situations, for every exercise. And especially since general algorithms often produce satisfactory results, many counters are confident in telling you “this is how much Calories so and so exercise burns”.

While aerobic exercise burns calories based on altering your heart rate and therefore oxygen intake, directly affecting your metabolism, general algorithms for these exercises are often based on this fact. Sounds great, but how many websites are hooked up to a heart rate monitor? Generally the case is walking X amount of miles will burn Y amount of Calories, and generally the one-size-fits-all formula is apparently good enough for people to follow.

Now, anaerobic exercises is where it can get even more complicated. One can take a pure physics approach and construct a formula: “how much energy is required to move an object of X weight by Y distance”, then convert the energy in Kilojoules to Calories. Now many before have pointed out that the human body is not very efficient so we’re actually burning more than a machine would. Not to mention whether or not your muscles are used to doing the exercise; surely you’d be trying harder if you’re rather new to it. Now there is another fact that after the exercise your body still works to rebuild muscle tissue, and as you may have guessed, this requires Calories. It was also discovered that oxygen consumption levels are much higher than normal in the hours after anaerobic exercise is complete. There are many other factors not mentioned above and that is probably why most Calorie counters out there won’t even touch anaerobic exercises.

Now this is not where you’ll be told that iKeepActive’s algorithms are more accurate than all other websites or software out there, and you won’t be told whether or not using software to count Calories is worth your while; that’s your choice. This is when you’re given some freedom.

iKeepActive is not a Calorie counter, it is an integrated workout scheduling system that happens to interactively count Calories. The freedom that iKeepActive gives you is the ability to create your own activities and customize your own algorithms on how much energy is burned per unit of exercise, to suit your needs and your individuality. You are free to determine the base rate per unit, and determine three multipliers which factor in the following respectively: your body weight, external weights or resistance used, and pace of the exercise. Realistically there are still many factors than that, but these three contribute a lot, while still being friendly enough for users to be able modify themselves.

The take on anaerobic exercise is that iKeepActive uses the basic physics formula, since it is true that this amount of energy is required to move this much weight. This is still more than what most counters will do for anaerobic exercise, and the beauty is that if you don’t think it’s accurate, you can make your own formula. Feedback is also welcome, and if your custom formula is proven to be better it may end up in iKeepActive.

And after reading all of the above and still think that Calorie counting using software is all a bunch of hooey, there is always iKeepActive Lite: fitness scheduling software and more, without the Calorie counting. Learn where to get iKeepActive or iKeepActive Lite.

 
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New Site

The iKeepActive website is now powered by WordPress, the blogging engine. The front page of the site now contains the iKeepActive blog.

This blog is about updates for iKeepActive. You can find development status, upcoming discounts or anything related to fitness scheduling. For quick format, follow @iKeepActive on twitter.

You may still access content from the original site using the links in the menu bar up top.

 
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iKeepActive Lite

Published on December 7, 2011 by in Releases

For those who aren’t too keen on Calorie counting, or simply don’t trust software to help you do it, iKeepActive’s activity scheduling is available without all that. iKeepActive Lite helps you schedule your workouts and activities. Use it to create your schedule, sync it to your calendar, get reminders and track your progress.

The Lite version of iKeepActive does not include diet tracking, nor counting of Calories expended. Just a simple application focusing on keeping you active.

 
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