Ever since the first iPhone was introduced, technology started advancing at an unbelievable pace. And after just over a decade later, technology has infiltrated every aspect of our life. From socializing to working out, everything now has an app.
I kid you not when I say that smartphones are the greatest tool to keep track of your workouts if you have the right apps. Whether you are an iPhone or Android user and doesn’t matter if you have sim only plans or phone plans, you’ll definitely find these apps very useful to track your fitness.
Adaptive is a great app for people who enjoy group sessions like the ones in fitness studios. The app gives you access to 12 categories of workouts with almost 2500 unique workout sessions from top level trainers. With just a pair of headphones, some open space and Adaptive you’ll have your own studio to work out in.
If you enjoy HIIT or high-intensity training, Freeletics is the app for you. The app offers a plethora of workouts ranging from bodyweight training to running and gym. What I like most about the app is that it also has videos demonstrating the proper way of doing an exercise so you can completely benefit from the workouts. Freeletics is an excellent use of your new phone plans.
Sworkit can best be described as Siri or Google Assistant of the training world. You just let the app know what type of work out you are looking for, like cardio, yoga, strength etc, and how much time you have to spare and the app will deliver you a custom session.
4. My Map Fitness
If your workouts are more of an outdoors thing, My Map Fitness is the app for you. This app requires GPS permissions and tracks all your activities. It delivers you stats and feedback on your workout and also allows you to share it with your friends and family through social media channels.
5. Nike Training Club
Developed by Nike, the Training Club is not only stylish but also very useful. The app offers more than 100 workouts in varying categories ranging from endurance to strength training. What I like most about the app is that apart from the standard log lasting sessions it also provides short and swift sessions that can be completed under 15 minutes. The app can also synchronize your data from Nike’s Run app to give you a clear picture of your fitness level.
If you hate going to the gym regularly and prefer working out at home, this app is for you. It only relies on HIIT workouts. 8fit is the only app I have come across that not only gives access to some of the best high-intensity workouts but also provides nutritional guides so you can gain fast results.
People who are serious about maintaining their fitness often find it challenging to eat out because it can interfere with their defined calorie and protein intake. If you are one of those people, HowUDish is the app for you. Based on your current location, the app suggests menus that best meet your dietary needs, solving your dilemma of eating out.
I would like to mention though that this app is only available on iOS, sorry Android users but I don’t currently have an alternative for you.
That’s it. So, choose your sim only plans wisely and start using these apps.