The Best Fitness Apps to Jumpstart Your Resolutions
Download these apps, and you’ll be well on your way to a healthier 2017.
Published Jan 2, 2017 8:43 AM
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Get your yogi on in 2017. Daily Yoga features a collection of more than 100 yoga and meditation workouts, as well as the largest online base of yoga poses.
Nike+ Training Club
With Nike+ Training Club, you can explore over 130 workouts at all levels, personalized training plans, and video guidance from athletes, personal trainers, and even celebrities.
When you’re on the go, try the workouts featured on the Freeletics Bodyweight app. It provides over 900 equipment-free workouts with time limits between five and 30 minutes.
Whether you’re a biker, runner, or walker, Endomondo will help you track your workout. The Under Armour app allows you to set time and calorie goals, and a virtual trainer will push you to attain those goals.
Do you ever tire of clicking through your playlist for the perfect song on your run? RockMyRun tracks your pace and plays upbeat music to match your energy and tempo.
This beautifully-designed app provides you with a personal trainer who will evaluate your daily activity and coach you through walks, runs, and workouts.
If you’re a fan of HIIT (high intensity interval training), check out Keelo. The app provides workouts personalized to fit your fitness goals and is perfect for busy people looking for a quick (but effective!) workout.
This personal fitness coach app offers a diverse mix of training options. PEAR features weight loss plans, marathon training guides, and everything in between from top trainers around the world.
This app offers over 500 video workouts in over 20 programs. Think: dance, high-intensity cardio, yoga, kickboxing, and more.
Sweat With Kayla
Kayla Itsines knows how whip you into shape. Her popular Bikini Body workout program features five workouts per week, alternating between 28-minute high-intensity workouts and 45-minute slow cardio sessions.