Staying in shape and getting your health together is not easy but technology can give you a definitive helping hand with that. From various cool gadgets to apps for your smartphones, the options are just limitless.
Couch to 5K
The app is a hit in the United States, and it promises a radical transformation to get you off the couch and then get you prepared to run five miles.
This workouts involves light walks and jogging, and it lasts up to 30 minutes, with repetitions three times a week. Everything so you don’t have to dedicate yourself fully, and in the process, you become a fan of fitness activities. Available on Android and iOS
Runtastic Results is an app that is dedicated to helping those who want to get in good shape with exercises without leaving their homes or offices without specialised equipment.
Stretches, push-ups, abs, and other activities are indicated in the functional training exercises, in both the free and pro versions of the app. videos and countdowns also accompany each move. Available on Android and iOS
Your Gym’s official app
Different gyms offer their mobile app which allows the clients to stay with schedule exercises and this is a great tool to have.
Fitstop Australia, for instance, offers one for both Android and iOS users making it easy for people to know which classes they hold, at what time and to easily book those classes.
This app is an excellent example of how useful gym-related apps are for their clients.
This is another very complete app, which offers contents with exercises that are focused on strength, cardio, and yoga and stretching, attached with video explanations and accompaniment.
The personalised workouts can go from 5 – 60 minutes in duration but depend on the intensity and the form of the client. This app even has a ‘kids’ version so that children won’t be left out of lighter physical activity. Available on Android and iOS
Daily Abs Workout
This app specialises in abdominals for you to improve your breathing in the exercise and allows you to cultivate a desired pectoral. In the free version, there’re ten very informative videos with various activities for all regions of the abdomen and exercises which ranges from 5 to 10 minutes.
The Fitness Buddy app is a compilation of hundreds of different exercise and illustrations with pictures and videos. The users can schedule workout routines, and then the entire history of the workout is tracked for follow up. It’s also possible to choose an existing plan, devised by experts. Available on Android and iOS
The JEFIT Trainer app is another workout and exercises trainer app, it comes with, and it’s free.
There’re more than 1,300 exercises with built-in descriptions and animations, and a history of training and routines that is full of statistics so that you do not neglect your form. You can download other community-made drills, or you can choose any sequence for a particular focus or part of the body. Available on Android and iOS
Tell us about your go-to apps if you have any. Let us know by using the comments section below.