Top 5 Apps To Help You Get Fit

Getting fit is a decision that so many of us make, probably more times than we can even remember. However, it does not necessarily have to be a struggle and with the abundance of fitness and health apps now available, staying motivated and on track is so much easier. With an extensive array of apps available to choose from, finding the right one to fit your routines and lifestyle may seem like a daunting task. To make it easier, here are some of the top fitness apps that you should check out right now.

7 Minute Workout

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Probably one of the most popular health apps, the 7 Minute Workout app takes you through a series of 13 different exercises in just seven minutes. Each exercise lasts for 30 seconds, with a 10 second break before the next one. This app is designed to get you off your couch and build your heart rate in minimal amount of time. Based on high intensity circuit training, this workout is scientifically proven to help you get fit faster.

Calorie Counter by MyFitnessPal

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Another well-known app in the world of fitness, MyFitnessPal focuses on keeping track of the calories you consume. This is to make you more aware of what food you eat, how much food you eat and how healthy it is. With millions of dishes in the food database, it is very easy to simply fire up the app and get started. There are a variety of fitness programs to choose from based on the different individual levels of fitness.

Google Fit

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This app is Google’s take on what a fitness platform should be. With this application, a user can track their fitness, analyse the statistics and effectively decide on what needs to be improved. Google Fit is integrated with numerous platforms and the app also supports fitness bands from a wide number of companies.

Lifesum

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This is an all-round application that functions as a complete health coach. The horde of features includes a calorie counter, a water intake tracker and a food analyser that checks if you are eating healthy foods. The app also supports a number of Android Wear gadgets. Download the pro app for more detailed information on meals and also a range of different diet plans.

Pocket Yoga

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It is a proven fact that yoga is good not only for your body but also your mind. The Pocket Yoga app has everything that you could possibly need in order to start off with your yoga routine, save for a yoga mat. With 27 unique sessions to choose from based on the experience and expertise level you have and 200 different poses described through photos and videos, this app ensures that you are doing it right. You can also keep track of your workouts and check how you are progressing.

While there are countless other apps to choose from, we suggest that you try out these helpful and user-friendly ones first.

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by techtalks @TechTalks October 19, 2016 5:49 AM UTC

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