5 free fitness apps
Here is a list of 5 free apps that will help you stay fit… and motivated to exercise at home.
7 Minute Workout
Ideal for busy people who want to maximize their workouts, the 7 Minute Workout is a compilation of twelve 30-second exercises with 10 seconds of rest between each one.
You can adjust the time for each exercise and rest period based on the desired intensity level.
The app tracks results in your journal.
And if you neglect your workouts, the 7 Minute Workout app will gently remind you to get going…
App Store (English only)
The 8fit app is a trainer and nutritionist in one to guide you in your quest for better fitness.
With its 350 exercises of varying levels of difficulty, personalized menus and a multitude of fitness tips, 8fit is a great motivator.
Nike+ Training Club
Whether you’re a couch potato or a seasoned athlete, you can count on Nike.
With more than 150 free workouts, there’s no shortage of options to choose from including yoga, strength training, endurance and mobility lasting anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes.
The app also has a logbook option to keep track of all your physical activities and monitor your progress.
And should your enthusiasm wane along the way, you can train in the company of your favourite sports personality like Christiano Ronaldo and Serena Williams, or stars like Kevin Hart and Ellie Goulding.
Thanks to geolocation, the Runkeeper app is able to follow you step by step.
You can consult detailed statistics on:
- Your pace
- Distance travelled
- Calories burned
Put on your headphones and listen to your progress while running, cycling or walking.
If you like a particular training route, you can save it and add a couple of photos you’ve taken along the way.
The Samsung Health app provides a more global picture of your health and tracks information about your workouts, how you sleep and what you eat.
It makes setting your goals easier for a healthier lifestyle.
If you don’t know where to start, Samsung Health provides you with options to set your activity goals.