If you have also taken New Year resolution to stay fit, but still can’t make it happen to the gym up early in the morning to go far jogging and exercise, don’t get disappointed. There is a bunch of apps that can be easily downloaded on your smartphones to help you to get back in shape.
These fitness apps will help you a step-by-step account as to how you can perform a particular exercise.
These apps can be downloaded on both iOS and Android phones. Today we are here to help you stay fit and healthy with the three best fitness apps.
Daily Workouts: Fitness fond should try the Daily Workouts app which suggests you a 5 to 30 minutes daily workout routine that you can do indoors. The workouts are demonstrated by a certified personal trainer and target all major muscles. It has over 100 exercises and step-by-step video demonstrations of how to do an exercise. What’s more, you do not need the internet to do most workouts.
Google Fit: The fitness app has introduced two new health activity goals – Move Minutes and Heart Points. The app encourages you to stay healthy by taking stairs instead of the elevator, meeting friends over a walk and other physical activities that give you less time to sit.
Through Google Fit, you can earn heart points for every minute of moderate activity such as brisk walking and double points for more intense activities like running.
The app allows you to track your workouts like running, walking, cycling from your phone or smartwatch. Additionally, it coaches you based on your goals.
Nike Training Club (NTC): Fitness app NTC provides more than 185 workouts, including yoga. The app has an option “Picks For You” that is based on users’ workout regime. You can begin the workout with a personal plan.
This app recommends collection of workouts, fitness expert advice, specific exercises for abs, developing muscles among others. The workout time ranges from 15 to 45 minutes.
Nike Training Club has boxing, yoga, strength, endurance and mobility workouts that are available in three levels — beginner, intermediate and advanced.
You can choose workouts based on your strength and start with low and gradually increase to moderate and high intensity.