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Strava Cycling allows you to track your rides and view your distance, speed, elevation, and calories burned. This app also includes features such as heart rate sensors and the ability to view your ride on a map. As an added bonus, Strava doesn’t drain your phones battery, and can be useful if you’re riding somewhere new, but the GPS is ... Read More »
My name is Marni and for as long as I can remember, I’ve loved everything about fitness. I was a competitive gymnast for 10 years before working in gyms throughout high school and college, so activity has always been a priority in my life. I am a NASM certified personal trainer, and am constantly trying new workouts and learning new ... Read More »
My Diet Coach for Women is geared towards motivating weight loss. Unlike most diet apps that are more focused on tracking your diet, this app gives you the motivation you need to conquer the mental blocks of whatever is keeping you from losing weight. You are provided with tips for specific areas that you may need an extra push in ... Read More »
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 »
Daily Ab Workout gives you a simple workout of either 5 minutes, 7.5 minutes, or 10 minutes consisting of basic exercises to improve core strength. Each workout contains 10 moves, but the difference is the length of time you do each move. For instance, in the 5 minute workout, each move is 30 seconds, followed by 45 seconds for the ... Read More »
Calorie Count is another free diet tool that helps you track your diet, exercise and weight loss. The database for this app contains over 250,000 foods and is based off of their award winning website, www.caloriecount.com, which has a following of about 3 million users. What’s different about this app is that in addition to being able to search for ... Read More »
Mapmywalk allows you to track and map your daily walking activity as well as your nutrition. If this sounds familiar, it’s because Mapmyrun and Mapmyride have the same features, but each app is geared more toward each specific movement of exercise. This makes each one more accurate and focused on your goal and although some users have complained about Internet ... Read More »
Nike Training Club puts together your workout based on your personal body shape goal. When you first open the app, you have the choice of “Get Lean,” “Get Toned,” “Get Strong,” or “Get Focused.” Based on your ultimate aspiration from exercising, you can decide what you want your outcome to be and then the next step is to choose your ... Read More »