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Featured App Friday: Daily Workouts

To exercise with Daily Workouts, you only need to invest anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes of your day, and it can be done anywhere. Simply open the app and hit start to get a full body workout. Originally, Daily Workout Apps was separated into five separate apps (all of which are still available), and include Daily Ab Workout, Daily ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: PIT Fitness

PIT Fitness, which stands for Performance Interval Training, gives you the attention of Trent Bender, a certified personal trainer in California, so no matter where you live, you’ll have all the motivation you need  to get fit right on your iphone or android. The app works like this: For only $2.99 you get 315 workouts personally designed by Trent along ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Sworkit

Sworkit eliminates any and all excuses that you have for not working out. All you have to do is choose the body part  you want to work out (or choose “anything goes” for total body) and how long you have to exercise. The app then builds a circuit training workout for you with 30 second intervals, including videos. You can ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: All-In Fitness

All-in Fitness is intended for people who wish to stay fit, but need some guidance and motivation to do so. As they told us in a recent interview, “The detailed instructions in the form of pictures, videos and textual information make this app a great substitute for a personal trainer” (for only $3.99!) The app is mostly intended for active ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: FitFriend

For those who may not know, “splits” in running refer to when you divide your run into smaller sections. By doing this, you can compare your time and speed to see if you are running faster, slower, or the same pace. Tracking your splits helps you monitor your pace, which can be helpful for training, or just to keep your ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Pocket Yoga

Sergio Tacconi had been doing yoga for 8 years, when about 3 years ago he decided to make his practice into an app. As he told us in a recent interview, “When you make it for yourself, you know what you want, so the product turns out better.” Because he was working for Microsoft doing software engineering at the time, ... Read More »

FitTrip: The Future of iPad Fitness Apps

Any great product, or in our case, app that is successful and meaningful to users starts with a problem that needs to be solved. We spoke with FitTrip about their brand new (and awesome) iPad app and they explained why they felt the need to spend years making a cycling and running app with such high quality. They broke it ... Read More »

Push Up Warrior

This weekend I visited with my friend and his boys.  One of the boys is interested in how I work out.  We used the Push Up Warrior app to learn how to do the basic push up correctly and to learn some new push ups to change things up a bit. We had fun trying some of the more difficult ... Read More »

Instant Heart Rate

Instant Heart Rate by Azumio was rated the best health and fitness app on Mobile Premier Awards in 2011. All you have to do to use this app is place your finger over the camera lens, and let your phone calculate your heart rate. It works by using the LED camera light to recognize color changes in your finger as ... Read More »

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