AfterCam app

… helps you keep only the memorable moments you’re really after – AFTER they’ve happened.

It continuously captures video, but won’t save anything to your photo library until you tell it to.



new app – “Stickman Highbar”

Developed by Northern Ireland gymnast Jack Neill.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Full Twist has details and links to the Android and IOS versions.

ChalkUP gymnastics app

A FREE gymnastics-only social video sharing and virtual competition app available for iOS and Android devices.

I’m a beta tester. It looks FUN, so far.

Click PLAY or watch a promo on YouTube.

Press Release:

… the ChalkUP app brings a world of gymnastics to the fingertips of iPhone and Android phone users everywhere. It provides gymnasts and coaches a unique platform to share and compare gymnastics skill videos and connect with the global gymnastics community right from their smartphones.

A first of its kind, ChalkUP brings together gymnasts of all ages from all over the world with their friends, family, fans, teammates and coaches and creates a gymnastics-centered, social sharing community. Rather than endlessly sifting through Facebook and Instagram news feeds only to gather bits and pieces of gymnastics- related content, ChalkUP is ‘All Gymnastics, All the Time.”

ChalkUP users will have the ability to upload, share and comment on gymnastics skill videos, follow their friends and favorite users, enter and vote for videos in gymnastics-themed challenges, win virtual awards, create a customized profile and track their personal skill progress within the app.

“With millions of gymnasts worldwide, we wanted to create a unique platform to bring them all together. One of the greatest elements of ChalkUP is the virtual challenge, which allow gymnasts from anywhere in the world to compete with other gymnasts with just a few touches of their screen. It brings the competition right to their smartphones,” said Randy Sikora, founder of ChalkUP.

ChalkUP will be available as a free download in both the Apple App Store and Google Play for iOS and Android devices beginning in February 2015.

Please visit for more information on ChalkUP, including screen shots, video and the opportunity to participate in an exclusive “pre-launch download.”

The ChalkUP app was created by Randy Sikora, owner and founder of USA Competitions in partnership with developers MSI Mobile Solutions in 2014.

If you would like further information on ChalkUP, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:

Lindsay LoBue, Project Development, ChalkUP Phone: +1 (954) 303-5124
Email: llobue (a)

I downloaded ChalkUP from the iTunes store as I couldn’t find it in the App Store. Click ChalkUP sports, not Chalkup – Class Collaboration. It’s free if you’d like to try it yourself.

WAG Code of Points app


Android only, for now. Apple version in the works.

Filter all 500+ elements from the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Code Of Points by apparatus, difficulty value and element group.


It’s called Gymnastics Code of Points (WA) in the Google PLAY store.

Leave a comment if you’ve tried it.

Thanks Ben.

____ related:


• Code of Points Browser (free registration required)

Fitness On The Run – Smart Heart

Fitness on the Run is a fitness site run by former gymnast Jon Ham.

Here he and another former gymnast, Chris Silcox, train using the Heart Zones Smart Heart wearable app.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Thanks to Tumbl Trak founder Doug Davis for showing me this video.

TumbleTally 2.0 for Android

(via Gym Gab Blog)

tracking device for action sports

surfers, skateboarders (or skiers/snowboarders) won’t be feeling so left out of the tracking trend if this Kickstarter campaign hits its funding goal. Trace is a monitoring device for action sports practitioners to catch data on every wave, turn, flip, landing and so on — and a corresponding app so they track their performance and see how they rank against others. …


Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Those guys raised more than the $150,000 start-up money they needed. Looks like it’s going to be made commercially available by February 2014.

Jess from GymCastic linked to this. And asks whether we should be testing it with Parkour, Trampoline, Gymnastics, etc.

Leave a comment if you’ve used Trace or anything similar.