Fitness: Here are the best gym apps every beginner should have
We have decided to show you how you can access easy and fun workouts straight from your cell phone.
because we know how difficult and frustrating it can be for a beginner to keep up with those tedious workout sessions that are must done in other to lose weight.
Why a mobile app?
It is true that maintaining fitness requires daily habits and lifestyle changes. But to get it right, a few little nudges in the right direction from your mobile phone might actually make the difference.
Apart from that, there are apps that encourages you to bring out your competitive side. They motivate you to work out: Strava is a precise example.
Interestingly, this app which is a running and bicycling app lets you compete against every other person who has signed up to use it.
The app collects everyone's routes and times, breaks them into segments, and tells who is the fastest. And peradventure you happen to be the fastest on the road, everyone using Strava near you will know it. That sounds like fun, right?
So, why not grab your phone as we hit the app store together for some awesome fitness apps.
Here are different types of fitness app every beginner should have
1. SWORKit (Free)
SWORKit allows you to pick the type of workout that you're comfortable with; be it cardio, yoga, or stretching. You can also choose the amount of time you would like to work out anywhere from five minutes to sixty minutes.
2. FitStar (Free)
FitStar is the type of app that creates customary workouts for you, based on your fitness level. When you start engaging yourself with the aid of the app, it is expected of you to give it feedback.
This means you will report the exercises that were too tough, too easy, or just right. The app then uses this information to create a routine that challenges you to push yourself in the right direction.
3. GARMIN FIT
Different from the rest, GARMIN FIT uses the GPS tracker on your phone to track your speed, distance, and elevation. It also calculates how many calories you've burnt using your weight, height, and age.
And in other to make your workout interesting, the app makes it possible for you to listen to your kind of music while you run.
4. JeFit (Free)
The JetFit app is a wonderful app. And this can be said for those who are new to weight lifting equipment.
Because generally, the app is composed of workouts submitted by professional trainers that will be easy for you to access.
So, all that is required from you is put in your fitness goals and several options will be made available for you to choose from.
5. Map My Run (Free)
Just as the name implies, 'Map My Run' will help you track your speed and mileage. It is a great one for those that are just getting started in the fitness world.
Because it makes it possible for you to know how far you've gone and how fast you were able to do it.
In addition, the app also makes it possible for you to see how much you're improving.