No matter what kind of workout app you prefer, you can find tons of great options, from the ones that keep you motivated to those that help you get started. It is a bit overwhelming to pick one out of so many options. Exercise apps are a great way to start exercising, gain confidence, and make the most of your workouts. This list was created so you can spend less time deciding on apps and more time trying them out. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites.
In addition to its workout guide and fitness tracker, Jefit offers a range of options: You can choose exercises that suit a wide range of machines and equipment, you can customize your workout plan and tracker, and you can chat with others to get tips. Jefit’s Elite Monthly plan gets rid of the ads found on the free version and allows you to access more customized training analytics, weekly progress reports, and additional workouts that are accompanied by HD videos.
If you prefer a longer-term commitment, you can get full access to all features with the Elite Yearly Plan.
You can improve your strength and technique on the wall with the 75 free workouts on Crimpd, the fitness tool designed by Lattice Coaching & Training. By watching the in-app demonstration videos, each user can log and track his or her training sessions, as well as track their progress. In the app, advanced climbers can also choose from a variety of customized training plans.
In order to track their progress over time, many weightlifters log their workouts, but the developers behind Strong understand this can feel overwhelming. Strong’s interface has been designed to make the recording and tracking process easy. It is possible to review your workout history, comment on how you felt before and after your training sessions, and graph your volume of workouts. Strong’s huge workout library offers plenty of workout options for everyone.
The Future program starts with a match between you and a trainer whose fitness philosophy matches yours.
You are given a personalized program based on your needs and gym access. Your coach will send you a new list of exercises each week using the Apple Watch you receive from Future so that you can track your progress and activity week by week. The app is available only to iOS users though.
A Freelancetics personal trainer creates a custom program for you based upon your goals, fitness history, and the resources you have. No matter what type of home gym set up or bodyweight workout you prefer; whether strength training is preferable to cardio; or whether you have time only in the mornings, the trainers will customize a plan for you. You can communicate with your coach when you start your plan to let them know how it’s going. Perhaps it’s too challenging for you right away, or perhaps you’d like them to add to the intensity.
None to Run
Beginner-friendly workouts, simple training schedules, and positive audio instructions make this an ideal app for those just getting started.
None to Run offers a 12-week plan designed to increase how long you’re able to run without focusing on distance or speed.
The program also offers non-running exercises aimed at increasing mobility, building strength, and preventing injuries among runners.