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Favorite App Friday: Gym Tuck

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Gym Tuck was created by celebrity trainer and fitness entrepreneur, Joshua Lipsey, and the only equipment you need to get in shape with this app is your own body. All you have to do is select your problem area, and you receive a bank of over 100 exercises to complete in addition to demonstrative videos to follow. To make your workout ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: Fitted Lifts

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Nothing is more annoying than having to spend more time logging your workout than actually working out, which is exactly why Fitted Lifts was created. When we caught up with the makers of Fitted Lifts, they told us that they felt there was a need for a user friendly, simple way to record and track your daily workouts. With Fitted ... Read More »

Favorite App Friday: All-In Fitness

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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

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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 »

PercentEat: Take Control Of Your Diet

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We recently spoke with Francisco Lorca, designer and developer of PercentEat, who shared their story with us about the creation and success of this app. We found out that the app was created after personal struggles to get healthy and lose weight. There were diet trackers already available, but none that completely suited all needs. It was then that PercentEat ... Read More »

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