Running and jogging support application

Matúš Michalov Supervisor: Adam Sporka Bachelor thesis 2013
The upwarding trend in health care refflected in recreational running and increasing ophistication of mobile technology creates space for developing helpful support applications. Listening to music while running can not only make this activity more pleasant, but also improve concentration and rhythm. These two factors are very important for the correctness of the running exercise. The aim of this work is to develop an application that would be able to create a music playlist of songs based on the current running rate in order to unconsciously keep the runner in rhythm - as in dancing, for example. At the time of writing this Bachelor thesis there was no similar type of application. The contribution of this work is the application that grants users a new opportunity to improve recreational running.