Keeping a tab on your workout has never been as easy as it is now. Technology has handed to us a variety of easy-to-use fitness devices and applications on a silver platter. Nowadays, all you have to do, besides the arduous task of working out, that is, is just get a fitness tracker or install a fitness app on your smartphone and you’re good to go. Fitness apps help you plan your workout, calculate your calorie intake, measure spent calories and also help you train in a specific type of exercise. The fitness app market is loaded to the brim with a variety of different apps. In this article, we help you choose the best fitness app suitable for you. Read on to find out the top five fitness apps available right now.
The 7 Minute Workout App
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This app is ideal for busy-bees who hardly have the time for a sip of water, let alone a full-blown workout session. As the app’s name clearly suggests, this nifty app helps you perform a swift, 7-minute power workout that can be done almost anywhere. Based on ‘high intensity circuit training’, the app consists of 12 exercises that require 30 seconds each. When you add a ten-second break between them, your 7-minute workout is complete. This app focuses on your core body muscles and makes sure your abdominal muscles are strengthened.
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When in doubt, turn to Google. That statement is not true just for Google’s search engine anymore. Google has such a vast list of apps in its kitty that it is hard to ignore a Google app in any category. Google Fit is one such app. If you’re confused about fitness apps, simply download this very easy to use app and you’re done. The app helps you track a variety of activities. Data is recorded as you walk, run, jog or cycle. Google Fit also collects data from other fitness apps and trackers and gives you a cumulative result.
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When you want to kill two birds with one stone, the innovative and unique Charity Miles app comes in handy. The app is a good fitness tracker that measures your walking, running and, cycling miles. What’s more, every mile you cover is converted into a donation amount that you can donate to charity! That’s right. Choose from a variety of global charities and the more you walk or run, the more you can donate. That’s mighty clever.
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MyFitnessPal is one of the most popular and fastest fitness trackers and calorie counters available. One added benefit of MyFitnessPal apart from the great workout plans and exercise regimen is that the app is loaded with a huge database that lets you find out the calories and nutrients in any food. Just enter whatever you’re eating and the database spits out the Carb, Protein and Fat intake along with the total calories. It also has a barcode scanner that lets you scan packaged foodstuff. All calories related data is then displayed. It’s quite handy. Give it a try.
30 day Fitness Challenges
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Much like the 7 minute workout, the 30 day Workout Challenge App promises a lean and toned body after just 30 days of planned exercises. The app is like a coach and a tutor, reminding you to begin your workout at specified times of the day. The app records your progress and shows you how you need to improve. Video tutorials within the app train you in specific workouts, and with every step the app increases the intensity in a step-by-step manner. There are three difficulty levels and the app lets you choose one according to your current health and stamina.
So there you have it. Choose any one of these 5 apps and get pumping!