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10 Fitness Apps to Control Your Weight and Eat Healthy

10 Fitness Apps to Control Your Weight and Eat Healthy

Eating healthy and staying on track can be a real challenge. It doesn’t matter how disciplined you are and how hard you work, we all have our moments of weakness. When those moments get here it is a good idea to have great tools at your disposal. Having apps that perform specific tasks (or all tasks) can keep us motivated, ... Read More »

SternFit App Review

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In the past people had only few options to measure their fitness level and their progress once they become physically active. They usually used the weighing scale or a mirror. Thanks to the advance in technology, people today have more sophisticated methods to calculate and monitor their fitness progress or their weight loss success. In addition, they can also measure ... Read More »

Featured App Friday: Speed Up: Pace Trainer

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Speed Up: Pace Trainer works by constantly measuring the user’s speed via GPS and providing alerts if they slow below their target speed. Currently, there are three alerts that can be used. First, music that is being played from the iPhone can be paused, meaning that you need to keep running or the music stops. Second, the iPhone can vibrate. ... Read More »

Featured App Friday: MyCloudtag

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MyCloudtag is a series of Wellness and Fitness programs designed by an elite-level international coaching and personal training team to “keep you in the game” for the long haul. The programming in each workout category has free content already embedded in the app.  When you finish that program, you will have earned enough ‘activity stars’ to open additional programming for ... Read More »

Endomondo 2014 Review

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Any fitness app guru will know that there are two different types of running apps; those who use GPS to track your exact location and log any movement, and those which use motion sensors in your phone. Now, most people prefer the motion sensor system as it gives a more accurate estimate of the amount of calories you have burnt, ... Read More »

Dinner Spinner by Allrecipes.com 2014 Review

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Dinner Spinner is a free app for Apple iPhones, iPods, Kindles, Androids, Blackberrys, and Windows Phones that takes the hassle out of finding healthy and delicious recipes for any health conscious user or calorie counting customer. It even injects a bit of fun into the process. Dinner Spinner provides over FORTY THOUSAND recipes all with the intent of being not ... Read More »

Nike+ Running 2014 Review

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Nike+ Running tracks your running activity using a GPS. The GPS system makes the Nike+ Running app very useful for any runner who prefers the outdoors to the treadmill. If you are a gym bunny, you can select the indoor option as well. The Nike+ has helpful motivation on it, such as music and cheering and you can also add ... Read More »

MyFitnessPal 2014 Review

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Anyone who has ever tried to lose weight has heard of MyFitnessPal, and this is because it is the best diet tracker available for free. The app allows you to track your food intake as well as your weight loss progress. When you join, you enter your goal weight, date of birth, current weight, gender, height, and rough activity level and ... Read More »

Runtastic 2014 Review

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The Runtastic Pedometer Pro is an up-to-date app which has the ability to turn your phone (provided it’s a smartphone) into a pedometer. The goal of the Runtastic Pedometer Pro is for everyone to walk at least 10,000 steps each day. The app is simple and attractive, with no complex app navigation systems. It even estimates the calories which you ... Read More »

Runkeeper 2014 Review

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RunKeeper is one of our favorite fitness apps available for Android or iPhone that are geared towards running, hiking, and fitness walking. A run tracker like RunKeeper depends on the GPS features built into your smartphone to track your progress along detailed training maps. RunKeeper’s route tracking and history features let you compare your progress on an apples to apples ... Read More »

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