Best Work Out Apps

Workout apps

At this day and age we have such an advantage as we have so much help to keep us healthy and fit. Take apps for example, there are so many health and fitness apps available today. Many of which are free or next to nothing in cost. So why aren’t more of us fit? Well, I think it’s because people don’t have time to stay fit and don’t know where to start. This is where these fitness apps come in. They let you know how to get maximum exercise benefit in the shortest time periods. So this really covers people from all bases, those without time and those who don’t know where to start.

So what are some of the best work out apps available today?

Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App

This is an awesome app. It’s one that will get you really fit really fast! All you need is 7 minutes a day. I think that everyone can handle that, even if you just sleep 7 minutes shorter. And the great thing about the Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App is that it has workout setting for all skill levels. And if you want to focus your workout on a specific part of your body, it can do that too. But possibly the best part of it is that it is free!

Sworkit

Sworkit is a great workout app that allows you to choose to work on strength building, yoga, cardio, or stretching. And one of the great things about this app is that it randomizes each workout in each category so that you don’t get stuck doing the same workout all the time and getting bored. Another great thing about Sworkit is that it is also free!

JEFIT

JEFIT is a workout app that is more focused on muscle building and strength training. So basically for those people looking to get ripped! It is loaded with plenty of exercise routines for each part of your body and comes with an exercise log and schedule to get the best out of your results. This app is also free, but the free version has ads you need to deal with. And the full version also adds extra features and removes ads.

Pocket Yoga

Yoga is gaining popularity fast, especially for men. If you went to a yoga studio several years ago, you might see 1 man in the class, and nowadays there is closer to a 60/40 spit (women to men). But some people don’t like going to a yoga class or don’t have time. This is where Pocket Yoga comes in. Pocket Yoga is set for all skill levels and has detailed voice and video instructions. However, this app is not free. It comes in at $2.99 which is still very cheap.