challenge yourself with a fitness app

Challenge yourself with a fitness app

With lockdown only allowing 3 hours to walk or exercise outdoors within a safe distance and wearing a mask why not track your distance, time, and calories using this to set and reach goals every week. Why not challenge yourself with a fitness app.

Why?

Not only will this help with health benefits it’s also good for morale and seeing that you are still able to set and achieve goals during the lockdown, no matter how small, and that’s important. The best way to track and set goals would be by using a fitness app. There are thousands of options available with some being free and others have in-app purchases or upgrades available.

See below for a few of our favorite to use to challenge yourself with a fitness app:

Everyone loves Google and Google Fit is no different. Developed by Google, this workout tracker uses senses in your phone to record and track fitness activities such as speed, pace, route, elevation, etc.  Google Fit also allows you to set goals from the number of steps to time and distance or even calories burned. What we love most about Google Fit is that it is free – no ads or billing.

The perfect app for everyone from serious runners to power walkers or those just walking their dog. GPS tracking keeps track of your route, your pace, distance, and also allows photos to be added and comments allowing you to track your progress. We love the voice feature which includes voice coaching, live tracking, and cheering – but if you prefer a quiet session it can be muted. The app is free and contains ads along with some in-app purchases.

 

If you’re the competitive type then this app is for you. Not only does it track your run, map your cycling route, and give feedback on your workout, it also allows you to challenge yourself or compete with other app users. The app is every cyclist’s dream as it gives you access to the largest road and trail network which allows you to discover new roads for your run or bike rides once the 5km distance is extended.

With over 600 different types of tracking activities, MapMyFitness tracks every workout, giving feedback and stats to improve performance. Customizable voice feedback, calorie counting, nutrition, diet planning, and weight tracking are also available. You can use routes to find nearby places to workout and save your favorite paths. The app is free with ads and in-app purchases. To avoid ads, you can opt to be a premium member, which will also unlock additional useful features within the app.

Calorie Counter lets you keep track of what you eat every day using a database of more than 6 million foods. It also allows you to add from over 350 exercises allowing you to see if you burned more calories than you consumed – very important when looking to lose weight. Goal setting and step counter are two more of the features on this app, which is free but contains ads and in-app purchases.

Just love it! The Nike training club app is free with no ads or in-app purchases and offers over 160 workouts focusing on endurance, mobility, or strength in three levels of difficulty – so there is something for everyone. You will also find focused exercises if you’re looking to train a specific area like abs or arms and keeps track of workouts to view progress. Lastly – the app layout and images are just so beautifully designed and laid out – we love!

Well rubies, we hope you’ll find one of the above fitness apps to help challenge you daily to keep you fit and healthy in 2020.

Which of these free workout apps will you install on your phone rubies? Or do you already have a fitness app that works for you? Comment below and let us know.

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Keep safe rubies

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