5 Best IPhone Fitness Apps For IPhone

5 Best IPhone Fitness Apps For IPhone

There are a lot of exercise and fitness apps available to download on the iPhone, the only problem is some of them some of them don’t work well, or are expensive. Since people don’t want to download fitness apps that don’t work, or pay a lot of money for an app when they can download a good one for free, we decided to do the work for you and find the best iPhone fitness apps available.

5. RunKeeper

With more than 28 million users, this is one of the most popular fitness apps, it is free to download, it lets you keep track of your runs, walks, and bike rides by using your phone’s GPS, and it provides detailed statistics about the pace you were going at, the distance you ran, and the time it took. Some of the other features the app has are a heart rate monitor, the ability to listen to your music while working out, and an audio cue function that provides updates on your distance, time, and pace.

4. Weight Watchers Mobile

This is a great app for healthy eating, it is also free to download, but you have to be a member to get full access of all the features on the app. You can keep track of your calorie intake by using their point system, and you can search their database to get more information about the food you are about to consume. You can also scan the bar code on any food label you are thinking of purchasing, and it will let you know if it is healthy. The app lets you know how many calories you have left to consume daily or weekly, which helps you stick to your diet.

3. Nike Training Club

This is a good app for any type of workout you feel like doing, from weightlifting to cardio workouts. It provides visual demonstrations on how to perfect all the drills, and audio guidance to keep you motivated while working out. The app also features extra exercises from professional trainers and athletes like Maria Sharapova, and has over 100 customized workouts. The Nike Training Club app is free to download.

2. Gym Pact

This is a very popular app, especially for people who need a little motivation to work out and eat healthy. This app literally makes people put their money where their mouth is. With Gym Pact, people enter a pact with other individuals who have trouble exercising regularly, and set weekly goals about how many times they will exercise during the week, or how much healthy food they will eat in the time span. They then set a price that they will pay other members if they do not meet their goals. Failure to meet goals results in paying up what you promised, and the achievement of their goals means they get paid the members who did not reach their goals.

1. Hot5

This is a high intensity interval training workout app, instead of doing the traditional exercises over a long period of time; you do short bursts of exercises with a little recovery time in between them. You do five, one minute exercises daily, with videos of real life trainers that guide you through the exercises. It is a great app for people who want to exercise but don’t have time to spend on the long exercises. This app is also free to download.

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  • License: Royalty Free or iStock source: app screenshot
  • License: Royalty Free or iStock source: app screenshot
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David Malone is an exercise physiologist that has over 4 years of experience in his field. He is also a health and fitness enthusiast who is a part-time contributor for JackedGorilla.com, a website that provides readers with the latest fitness information and the best supplement reviews.

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