There are so many great and cool gadgets out there to keep you on track while running and working out. Problem is that we only have some many arms (and pockets). Most of us usually have our phone with us, no matter what, so wouldn't it be great if there was a training device for your phone.
BiM (Bones in Motion) agrees and has created a new service called BiM Active, which has merged GPS-enabled cell phones with the internet, so runners, cyclists and even snow boarders can track their progress. It's great because you can check your progress as you go along and when you're done you can log on to the BiM Active site to record (and analyze) it all. A subscription is $9.99 per month and it is not compatible with all networks (only Verizon, Sprint and Nextel for now) or phones, so check out the BiM Active site to find out if your phone is compatible and to sign up.