Monsoon stopping you from hitting the gym? Try these apps to stay fit, healthy
Monsoon is at its peak and the continuous heavy rain may make you skip the gym or daily morning walks. Every year, we eagerly wait for the monsoon to embrace us with some rains and relieve from the scorching heat of summer.
Monsoon is at its peak and the continuous heavy rain may make you skip the gym or daily morning walks. Every year, we eagerly wait for the monsoon to embrace us with some rains and relieve from the scorching heat of summer. However, at the same time, fitness freaks find it challenging head to the gym for regular work-out sessions. But, fitness is no longer confined to the gym or a yoga classes. These apps are your accountability partner and help you monitor your diet, health, workout and other things to stay fit. Also, for those who do not have time to head to the gym or moving outside, can easily be benefited by these app. Here are the 5 best fitness apps that you must try out.
The app fittr offers automated nutrition chart, nutrition tracker, training tool, etc., it provides customized recipes to users and helps them graphically track individual body metrics and follow the right fitness routine – anytime, anywhere. Once the user feeds in the required data like his/her age, weight and other health details, the app automatically generates a plan based on the information shared. Image: Pixabay
Healthify Me is an app that lets you track a range of things. Starting with food, it helps you keep a track of the amount of calories you’re putting in your body. Moving on, it also helps you track you water intake and whether you’ve hit the required amount. Other than that, it tracks your physical activity and also lets you be in touch with people that share similar goals through the groups. Image: Pixabay
Home Workout app does exactly what it says: You don’t need trainer or gym equipment for bodybuilding. The app is primarily aimed at offering daily workout routines. It provides workouts for abs, chest, legs, full-body and more. Some of the features of this app include warm-up and stretching routines, automatically recording your training progress and more. It also provides detailed video and animation guides. Image: Pixabay
If you happen to be someone who doesn’t want to spend more time working out, this app called Seven could be really helpful. The app wants users to not spend more than seven minutes on a workout. It also has a fun reward system to keep users engaged and sharing achievements, stats and goals with friends. You can also choose to compete with your friends and see how they do with their workout. Image: Pixabay
MyFitnessPal is a calorie counter app that can help users meet their calorie goals. It can keep a check on your food habits and set the goal accordingly. One of the main highlights of the app includes recipe import feature that determines nutritional stats of your homemade meals. Interestingly enough, the app keeps an eye on restaurant order recommendations as well to help users make healthy choices while eating out. Image: Pixabay