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Original Article
Personalized special training follow-up application Cardiofit2
Mobile applications are preferred by many people due to the convenience they provide to users and their low cost. Mobile applications, which are widely used in many fields, also appear in many different forms in the field of fitness and health. Mobile application experts, who closely follow technological developments, update these applications periodically. Thus, with new training and nutrition recommendations provided to users, users are provided with easy access to technological developments as well as developments in sports. Mobile applications also aim to create a fitness and health routine for their users in daily life with the feedback they provide based on user preferences and motivating warnings to users. The fitness and health application we have developed called "Cardiofit2" also allows users to save their personal information and access personalized exercise programs created using this information. The application is designed to enable users to easily achieve their fitness goals with weekly exercise programs in the short and long term. It also aims to provide more comprehensive support to users with features such as exercise history, daily water consumption warnings, pedometer and smart watch integration. Cardiofit2 is an improvable platform that helps users gain healthy lifestyle habits with its aesthetic design and strong technical infrastructure. The application aims to guide users in achieving their fitness goals with its user-friendly interface, personalized exercise programs and health tracking features. It supports users' transition from a sedentary lifestyle to a healthier lifestyle with regular feedback and motivational alerts.

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Volume 2, Issue 1, 2024
Page : 25-30