YOUR LIFE ON PACE
Pacebycolor allows you to experience the progress of your activity so you can make better real-time decisions. It’s hands-free, stress-free and error-free. All you have to do is check the green, yellow or red alerts to know if you’re on pace.
Marathon on Pace
Annie wants to complete a 4-hour marathon. She sets the Pacebycolor alert on her Apple Watch to stay notified of her mile-by-mile pace. At mile 20 her wearable flashes green. With 6 miles to go, Annie is on pace to finish her first sub-4 marathon. Way to go Annie.
Molly’s crew is meeting for dinner at 8 p.m. She sends out a group Pacebycolor alert so they can see who is where and clock their pace. Yep, everyone is late. She texts a heads up to the host, rolls in at 8:24 and avoids an awkward wait, cheers!
Matt gets an alert that customs is on pace to process one traveler every 6 minutes. Calculating boarding time he pivots from his normal breakfast burrito to a coffee and bagel. Flight hunger diverted.
Pace of Play
Dave has 4 hours to get a round in. He sets his Pacebycolor alert, talks some smack, and tees off. He makes the turn in 2 hours, grabs some beer, and is on pace to finish his round and make dinner by 7.
Home Reno Pace
Countertops are running a week late. No problem. The Rossi’s kitchen renovation is managed with Pacebycolor, so the contractor knows to switch gears and install cabinets. The project stays on schedule to have the last tile installed on time and on budget. Dad stays on pace to whip up his famous linguine con le vongole for the open house.
New Year’s Resolution Pace
Ajay WILL lose 12 lbs this year. He sets the Pacebycolor alert on his Fitbit and gets swimming. Day 12: Office cupcakes, woops (80% of people don’t accomplish their New Year’s resolutions). Day 16: Ajay is on pace with a 2 lb per week loss, hello bathing suit season.
PACEBYCOLOR IS MAKING THE WORLD FLOW BETTER.