Accelerating Your Fitness Using Smart Phone Apps

by Wendy on September 4, 2014

We live in a technological world that is full of smart phones, apps, and even wearable technology that will help monitor and track your fitness levels. Whether you’re looking to track your running or your diet, fitness apps are getting a lot of usage these days.

However, we are bombarded with all the countless options to choose from, and it can be hard to decide on one that works for you. When you find a smart phone app that is right for you, it will make your workouts that much easier to follow, and provide data to show you how you have improved on your workouts.

Strengthen your workout by trying some of these popular apps, many that can easily give you an added boost to help you reach your health and fitness goals:

 

Fitness Fast

The great thing about Fitness Fast is that it gets into all of the tiny details of your workout and provides instructions for different exercises. This app especially targets your key muscle groups. It tracks your body’s stats, your sleep routines, repetition of crunches, and you will even get to become a member of a huge community forum for social support and crowd-sourced fitness information. The coolest thing about Fitness Fast is that you can see your progress in specific body areas including arms, back, abs and many more targeted areas. It provides detailed graphs such as how many reps you do, weight loss, BMI, calories, inches lost and the effect of your sleep pattern on your workout.

 

Runkeeper

Runkeeper is one of the finest fitness apps available that allows you track your walking route, running route, or bike rides by using GPS capabilities on your phone. Its user-friendly interface will give you detailed statistics of your progress. The app has the ability to organize data to help you track progress during your cool down walk. Runkeeper not only tracks your running stats, but also tracks the sites along your running route by allowing you to share your snapshots with friends.

 

Weight watchers mobile

If you are looking to track your calorie consumption, you should try using the point system on weight watchers. This app allows you to enter and search for different foods in their database, and you can also scan barcodes for immediate information about what you’re eating. The best part about this app is that it counts your available calories by day and by week. In addition, weight watchers mobile has a category where you can find foods from your favorite restaurants and information on healthy eating and portion control. By using the weight watchers mobile app, dieting is more straightforward and easier to manage.

 

Endomondo

This app makes fitness a little more fun by giving you a fitness partner and a personal trainer. It is often used during cycling, walking, and running. It can track your position, distance, time, your speed, calories burned, and heart rate. It provides audio feedback for every mile you travel. Endomondo will keep a careful watch on how many calories you’re actually burning during your fitness routine.

Wendy

Wendy

Health Contributor at Creative Bioscience
My name is Wendy and I'm one of the main contributors to our blog. I'm a retired elementary school teacher who's found a new passion for all things relating to health and wellness. If you feel like your body is not in the place it should be, join the club! We're here to help get you where you want to be in a long term way, and avoiding any extreme diets in the process. We believe in natural sustainable methods to reach a state of homeostasis. We want to get our body, spirit, and soul into prime shape and really start loving ourselves! Wendy's favorite product is Raspberry Ketone 1234
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