Summer is quickly approaching. Whether your “summer body” is ready or not, there are a few apps that can help you begin your fitness journey or tone up in time for those summer pool parties and cookouts.
Here are 10 worth considering:
This app offers total body workouts with more than 10 daily live studio classes taught by top New York City instructors. It also has a library with thousands of on-demand classes, with new classes added daily.
One of the best calorie-counting apps available on a smartphone. It allows you to track everything you eat by scanning a barcode of the item or selecting from its massive database with perfect portions for easier food logging.
If you own a Fitbit, this app is a must-have. It logs your Fitbit workouts and also has guided video and audio workouts, perfect for exercising at home, in the gym or outdoors.
30 Day Fitness Challenge Pro
Workouts are prepared by professional fitness coaches to help you drop some pounds and improve overall health in 30 days.
Developed by Under Armour to track your gym workouts and runs, this app calculates distance, pace, calorie burn and elevation, and it syncs with the Under Armour smart shoe.
Home Workout – No Equipments
This bodyweight fitness and training app offers daily workout routines for the entire body that can be done in the comfort of your home.
Nike Training Club
Choose from more than 185 free workouts for strength and endurance, plus a collection of visual workouts hosted by professional and celebrity athletes, such as Serena Williams.
Workout for Women
If you are short on time, this app is perfect for you. It offers a number of seven- to 10-minute workouts that can be done each day to tone muscles.
An audio fitness app available for iPhone and Android, Aaptiv offers thousands of trainer-led workouts for every fitness level in a variety of categories, including running, race training, strength training, elliptical, stretching and yoga.
Workout: Gym tracker & planner
Let this app guide you through full workouts and exercises specific to every major muscle group. It features more than 500 exercises with videos and photos.