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The Best Fitness Apps For iPhone 2018

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The iPhone offers the quality of life in all sorts of areas, but one of the most dramatic is when it comes to health and fitness. From weight loss apps to stress-busters, iOS offers all sorts of wellness and health apps.

Working out is so important for your overall health, nowadays it’s easier than Ever to stay fit with the innovation and advancement of Mobile devices and Smart wearable.

Choosing is the best workout apps for iPhone is important and most the apps on our list are free, these apps help you set goals and maintain a routine at any fitness level. Find the best plan that works for you and use the technology in these apps to track your progress.

 

Here Are The Best Fitness Apps For iPhone 2018

 

10.Nike+ Training Club

Nike+ Training Club

Nike+ Training Club

The Nike Training Club offers more than 100 free guided workout videos for beginners all the way up to seasoned vets. The app also offers four-week training programs for getting lean, toned or stronger, and they’re available for all fitness levels.

 

9. MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal lets you scan a barcode or choose from company’s database of over 5 million foods to easily track nutrition and caloric intake. MyFitnessPal can also sync with a variety of fitness tracking hardware and other fitness apps.

 

8. Workout Trainer

Work Trainer Skimbles

Work Trainer Skimbles

Skimble’s Workout Trainer offers users thousands of free workouts complete with timed step-by-step audio and video instructions to help you get into shape. Whether you want six-pack abs or are simply aiming improve your conditioning for that next race, Workout Trainer has a routine just for you.

 

7. JEFIT

JEFIT

JEFIT

JEFIT apps serve as an incredible resource for users looking to do strength training and bodybuilding. Loaded with an exercise database of thousands of routines sorted by targeted body part, the app comes complete with detailed instructions, a workout planner, exercise log, progress tracker, numerous timers and options and synchronization with your JEFIT profile.

 

6. Fitbit Coach

Fitbit Coach

Fitbit Coach

Fitbit Coach functions as your personal digital training coach, adapting exercise routines to match your physical capability, as well as your daily activity tracking with the Fitbit fitness tracker. Workouts are carefully calibrated to be challenging, without being too difficult. The app provides guided video workouts, with varied routines, step-by-step guidance, and accompanying workout playlists to provide music that complements your workout.

 

5. Freeletics Bodyweight

Freeletics Bodyweight

Freeletics Bodyweight

Freeletics Bodyweight provides you with hundreds of workout routines covering a variety of muscle groups and fitness levels, all designed to use only your body weight as your exercise equipment. Audio and video guides provide step-by-step sequences for your workouts.

 

4. Keelo

Keelo

Keelo

Keelo focuses on high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for short, incredibly intense workouts that won’t burn up your time but will burn up those calories. Keelo’s exercises run the gamut from bodyweight-only drills to basic gym weights and equipment and are scalable for beginners or experts. Regardless of which specific workout you’ve got scheduled, it’ll only take 7 to 20 minutes.

 

3. Sworkit

Sworkit

Sworkit

Sworkit Stop procrastinating and Sworkit, an abbreviation for Simply Work It. Rather than focus on set exercise routines, Sworkit has users create targeted workout routines. Select whether you want to build strength, do yoga, practice cardio, stretch, pilates or build a custom routine, as well as a duration of your workout, and Sworkit builds you a routine of randomized exercises that fit your exercise goals. Each workout is different, making sure that you stay alert and are never bored.

 

2. Fit Radio

Fit Radio

Fit Radio

Fit Radio right music can be a powerful motivator to an energetic workout, and Fit Radio delivers a wide variety of exercise-oriented music mixes, audio-coached workouts, and running playlists designed to help set and keep your pace throughout. Users can set their target heart rate and choose from a number of audio-coached workouts or go freestyle with a number of activity-oriented or genre-based playlists.

 

1. PEAR Personal Fitness Coach

PEAR Personal

PEAR Personal

The PEAR Personal Fitness Coach apps are all about eyes-free, hands-free audio coaching, providing users with a rich array of guided workouts for a variety of fitness levels and intensities that adapt based on your performance. You can check out a wide array of workout packages and coaches, and the app plays well with a variety of fitness trackers and devices, allowing you to keep track of your performance and share metrics with other fitness apps.

Ava Harper

Ava Harper is a Former researcher at Graphiq after the company was acquired by Amazon, she decided to join U.S. News & World Report and University Magazine, currently living and working out of her new City Toronto, you might be able to find her at Starbucks or Local Coffee shop in downtown Toronto

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