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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 »

Apps That Get You In MMA Shape

So you want to be a fighter? There’s an app for that! Well… kind of. It seems there are apps for just about everything nowadays, but can an app actually make you a fighter? No. It can however, help you recall techniques that you may have forgotten and help give you exercises to sharpen the skills that you have. As ... 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 »

Favorite App Friday: Zombies, Run!

Zombies, Run

Zombies, Run! is hands down one of the most unique fitness apps out there, which is why it comes as no surprise that it is also one of the most downloaded apps for iPhone and Android. For those who don’t know, Zombies, Run! is a mix between a fitness app, television show and video game, which is probably why it appeals ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Jefit

With all of the fitness app options available, how does one particular app get over 5 million downloads, with over 1.5 million registered online? According to Ying Lin, the founder of Jefit, it simply stemmed from his hobby of working out and coming up with one app that could fulfill all of his needs. From there, more and more people ... Read More »

Going Gluten Free with Apps

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard news surrounding the Gluten Free Diet hype. While many use this diet for weight loss, (essentially because you’re cutting out a large percentage of carbs in your diet), those with Celiac Disease use a gluten free diet as a form of treatment . For people who suffer from CD, the ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: RipDeck

If you’ve ever tried the deck of cards workout, you know just how intense it can be. RipDeck brings that idea to life by transforming it into the app version. Unlike other apps that are supposed to be used at the gym, RipDeck is intended specifically for people who are either traveling, or would prefer to get their workout done without leaving ... 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 »

Best Fitness Apps for iPhone Via Men’s Fitness

  Our goal is to help you find the app that will help you achieve your fitness goals. With so many options and features available, it’s hard to zero in on the absolute best. We gave you our top 3 weight loss apps yesterday, so here is a look at the top picks from Men’s Fitness! http://www.mensfitness.com/training/best-fitness-and-nutrition-apps-for-iphone Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Fitnotix

Fitnotix is an awesome, free running app that is perfect for anyone looking to live a healthier lifestyle. Whether you’re a casual runner or you’re training for a marathon, the features of Fitnotix allow you to plan your course and track your progress. I had the chance to speak to the CEO of Fitnotix and personally, I was happy to ... Read More »

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