Fitness Apps for Your Phone

We use our phones for everything. We make lists, videos, take pictures, post status updates, communicate, and much more. Your phone can also help you lose weight and stay on track with your health and fitness goals. There are several apps available to you whether it is for tracking calories, lifting weights, or going out for a run.

Since this post is a fitness post, I will be only talking about the workout apps today. If you would like to find more health and fitness apps, then I would check them out here. This website has a list of some of the greatest health and fitness apps out there. You should take a look! Most of them are free! All of my information comes from the website greatist.com (listed above). I have some of these apps and I love them. If you are interested in learning more about the app, just click on the name or picture and it will take you to the website.

NTCNike Training Club The Nike Training Club app lets you pick your goal and fitness level. It will then choose over 100 workouts for you to choose from. Workouts range from 15, 30, 45 minutes. Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android.

NRNike+ Running This app tracks your distance, time, calories, and pace while jogging/running. This app also allows you to connect and share your success through social media sites. Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android.

 

C25KCouch to 5k This app is used by several of my friends. It is an app that is made for those who want to run a 5K but don’t know where to start or for those wanting to get back into running. It gives you workouts to preform each week to get you ready for a 5K in three months! Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android.

RKRunKeeper RunKeeper tracks the duration, calories burned, length when you are walking, running, jogging, or doing any outside activity. Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android

 

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Runtastic is a personal tracking app for running, biking, and other fitness activities that allows users to analyze and share data. Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android.

 

MMF MapMyFitness Craig and I actually have this app and we both love it. It has a GPS in it to track our workout. You can walk, jog, or run and it will keep track of your pace, distance, length, speed, and calories burned. It will log your route as well, which is helpful! Cost: Free. Avaialble for iOS, Android, and Blackberry.

SWSworkit This app is a circuit training app and you can either make your own circuit or let the app choose it for you. It also shows you how to do the exercises. There are several exercises to choose from so you can do anything from strength training to cardio. Cost: Free. Available for iOS and Android

MovesMoves This app is like a pedometer. It tracks all your moves throughout the day and then will compile them into miles walked. In order for it to work though, you need to have your phone with you while walking. Cost: Free. Available for iOS.

 

As I said before, you phone can do a lot of things so why don’t you let it help you reach your goals? I only listed the fitness apps today, but if you have more that are not listed above, please feel free to comment what app it is and why you like it.

Now download some apps and check them out! These apps are there to help you reach your fitness and health goals. Let me know what you think and happy exercising!

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