You Don't Need a Trainer If You've Got One of These Apps on Your Phone
Taking up the decision to start working out is not easy. What makes it even harder is having to sorry about subscribing to a gym, taking up classes, getting out of your house and driving and on top of all that, finding time for it in your busy schedule. If you're struggling with some or all of the above, you might want to thank technology and consider some of these apps below. These are some of the most popular fitness apps that will make getting up from the coach a little more approachable.
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This app is not just for general fitness, but also Yoga. It personalises workouts according to your health, goals and physic. You can choose the preferred intensity and duration. It also has exercise tutorials and updates when there are new additions. Also the visuals and photography are amazing and really appealing. The tutorials are easy to follow and you can change the music in the workout video to help you get zen. It has a workout calendar to help you track your progress.
This one has a couple of interesting features, besides the customized guided workouts, it also tracks your water intake through their Aqua Balance feature. They also have fitness tips and a graph of your progress and how much your exercised per day.
Nike + Run Club
It's great for tracking running and helps you train to be a better runner. You can share your achievements with friends and people who use the app. It also allows you sync your music with the app.
This one allows you create a plan for yourself depending on your current skills and what you want to reach. You get to also pick if you want yoga, a stretches or cardio. It rates each workout or pose with rates of difficulty, stance, impact and focus areas. There's also a visual guide and a timer for the selected workout. You can also custom make a daily workout for yourself with your picks of poses and workouts.
30 Day Challenge
These are a series of apps depending on the body part you want to target. There's an app for 30 day abs, 30 day arms or 30 day pushups etc... The best thing about this app is that the exercises are literally 'quick and painful' But you endure the pain because of how quickly it ends. It increases the reps gradually to warm your body up day after day. It also has text instructions and a small animated visual guide.
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