As most people I like to keep track of my training and measure my progress. The problem I find, is having one central place where you can get an overview of your workouts. I use my Garmin when I run and Apple watch when I go to the gym. I sometimes share my training with friends on Strava. It soon becomes hard to keep track.
Today I am happy to launch Pepp officially.
If you don’t already have an account, you can create one here.
If you are curious and want to see what Pepp looks like before you sign up, you can try the live demo.
What is Pepp?
Pepp is what some call a workout tracker and others call a training journal. With Pepp, you can measure and analyze your training. Pepp works well for running, swimming, cycling or any other form of exercise.
What can Pepp do?
- Import from Strava and Garmin or create activities manually
- Create your own training types
- A dashboard provides a quick overview of your training
- A monthly summary ensures that you are on the right track
- All activities are logged and archived
- Make your dashboard public to share it with friends and workout buddies
Everything comes in an easy-to-use interface that you can access from the browser on your computer or mobile.
But I already use Strava, Garmin, Apple Watch?
So do I. Pepp is my one stop for all my training, regardless of which other service or training devices I use.
How much does it cost?
Pepp is free to try for 30 days, no credit card needed. After 30 days, you can continue to use Pepp, but then only the dashboard is available.
Who's behind Pepp?
I'm Magnus, the creator and designer of Pepp. I started building Pepp the summer of 2020 and have been using it every day since. Much remains to be done and my goal is to launch more features on an ongoing basis. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.