The best fitness apps and the best workout apps combine to help you get in shape as 2019 starts. We’ll focus on the fitness apps that can keep you focused and help you stay on track, even when you don’t want to move. On top of that, we’ve rounded up the best workout apps so you can add variety to your workouts and fitness routines so you don’t get bored.
From the actual fitness and workout apps to apps that will help you keep with your goals, these are the fitness aids that can make the difference between getting in shape and falling back into bad habits. For 2018 we removes Pact from the list as the company has closed up shop. We’re evaluating new options as we work on getting back in shape now that Spring is almost here.
We’re not focusing on the best weight loss apps in this roundup, instead, we’ll look at the apps that can help you focus on your fitness and on your workouts. From motivation to fitness tracking and workout help that even includes a personal trainer this is your home for the best Android and iPhone fitness apps.
Fitness trackers are helpful and calorie logging is important, but your workout strategy is also an essential part in your overall health and fitness.
Finding the time to workout is tough, so we’ve added fitness apps like the 7 Minute Workout that can help you make strides towards better health every day even if you only have a few minutes at home.
More advanced fitness apps will walk you through more intense activities and work in other exercises. The best workout apps will also help you find new areas to focus on at the gym or at home. Some of the best workout apps can even take into account your recent workouts and activity levels to suggest a focused workout that targets an area that you’ve been resting.
Whether you are just getting started, or you are looking for the next step, here are the best fitness apps for iPhone and Android;
- Fitbit Coach
- 7 Minute Workout
- Nike+ Run Club
- Sweat with Kayla – Bikini Body Workouts & Exercise
- Running for Weight Loss Workout & Meal Plans
- Couch to 5K (C25K)
- Walking for Weight Loss
- Beachbody on Demand
- JEFITWorkout App
Many of the best fitness apps are free to download and free to try, but you’ll discover that there are many fitness and workout apps that you need to buy or that require a subscription for continued use.
Fitbit Coach is a personal training app that allows you to tap into your digital coach whenever you are ready to workout, and whenever you need some extra motivation. This is tied to Fitbit and works great with a Fitbit on your wrist, but you don't need need a Fitbit to use it. It also works right on your iPhone or Android and even in most browsers.
The fitness programs will evolve as you progress and you can work around your schedule with workouts as short as 7 minutes and as long as 60 minutes. You get to choose from multiple coaches that match your style.
You can use the Fitbit Ionic to workout without your phone, or you can use audio only coaching to stay on top of your progress. There are bodyweight workouts and also fitbit radio.
Fitbit Coach is $39.99 for a year subscription.
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