Oct 2, 2015

Smartphone apps for fitness freaks, quit gym but stay in shape


Now get a reason to quit gym and at no or low cost have your own fitness trainers.
How many of us get fitness crazy nowadays and everyday plan to join a gym for being a fit. You cannot deny that due to busy schedules we are unable to join a gym and learn a perfect workout for getting rid of extra fats. It isn't always an easiest thing to do, Apart from that who wants to pay for a gym membership they may not be motivated to use? 

While our Smartphones has replaced many things in life, let’s give a chance to them once again and get through with the hassles of joining a gym. Working out and getting back into shape is under your fingertips now.

Smartphone apps make it easy to find motivation to work out, access guided routines, and track progress. Let’s get a glimpse of few of those awesome apps that will help you ditch the expensive gym membership, save money, and cut own extra fats.


Do the workout in the comfort of your living room. Sworkit Lite (iOS, Android, and Amazon) has adapted video-based instruction, mixed it with a timing tool and data tracking capability, and put it all into a smartphone app. Choose the workout length as well as which muscle groups to target each day. And it’s free.


Spring Moves (iOS) is a personal DJ app that syncs the steps of a workout with the beat of streamed music. It also tracks distance, calories, and pace. (Free to try; but $3.99/month to subscribe)


It's impressive when an app knows exactly what you need. FitStar (iOS) is an interactive app that asks questions in order to deliver tailored, personalized workouts. It’s also for Free.


Created by and for CrossFit loyalists, WOD Deck of Cards (iOS and Android) is for those who want to be surprised and challenged and constantly switch things up. Users choose one type of workout to represent each suit, and then draw a card to see how many times they must complete it. (Free)


For the couch potato with a fondness for "The Walking Dead," Zombies, Run! (iOS and Android) app motivates users to exercise for a chance to escape a zombie takeover. The effort of running from the undead is rewarded with supplies and tools based on the amount of exercise completed. (Initially Free; $2.99/month to subscribe)


An app that inspires more than calorie burning, Charity Miles offers rewards for running, walking, or biking distances by donating to a charity of the user's choice. The more you move, the more you help. (Free)


This app can be a social media lover’s newest #fitfriend. Through a supportive community that offers virtual high-fives, PumpUp (iOS and Android) applies the accountability factor and community aspect of social media to working out. (Free)


Fitness and healthy eating are essential to achieving optimal health, and Noom Coach (iOS and Android) offers in-depth diet analysis. Keep track of foods consumed through the app and receive feedback, advice, and helpful strategies to meet fitness goals. (Free)


The app offers a choice of poses as well as the ability to create a personalized sequence depending on user preferences. ($3.99)

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