Best Fitness Apps
This app strictly tracks your weight but it’s a great way to keep track of progress and set goals.
This app is probably the most popular one because it’s one the best in the market. You can count calories, track exercise and interact and motivate friends. I love how many meals it has saved for easy meal planning! Not to mention the weight loss benefits.
If you own only one fitness app this should be it. The free version of this app includes 900 equipment-free workouts based on time rather than a set number of reps. Chose between high-intensity interval training and strength-building workouts, which last between five and 30 minutes.
This app tracks distance, pace, and calorie burns for any athletic activity. Plus it can sync to a heart rate monitor.
Inspired by games like World of Warcraft, Fitocracy makes fitness fun. You gain experience points for each successful workout, and you can unlock achievements, raise your level and even complete quests–all while the app helps you with losing weight.
Strava is an exercise tracker, a fitness community, and an activity log all built into an app just for runners and cyclists. The “Segments” page compares your times on specific routes while the ongoing leaderboard displays how you stack up to others.
The Nike Training Club offers more than 100 free guided workout videos and workout plans for beginners all the way up to seasoned vets. The app also offers four-week training programs for getting lean, toned or stronger, and they’re available for all fitness levels.