Health and fitness apps have revolutionized how people interact with their bodies.Try these 5 health and fitness apps that drive the best results.
Mobile: iOS and Android.
For those who value money as incentive, this one’s for you. The app formerly known as GymPact, encourages users to pledge a dollar amount for a set number of days they plan to workout that week or commit to a nutritional diet. Miss a day, pay up. Complete a workout, cash out.
MOBILE: IOS ONLY
This app is a gym-selfie’s
wet sweat dream. Cody connects and allows users to create their own fitness community with their friends. Now, you can share that sick trap-shot to your bro in the back doing leg squats. Similar to the Nike Plus app users can challenge their community to workouts. The coolest function allows users to share, like, and monitor daily workout activity via their timeline.
TO OUR BENEFIT, PEOPLE ARE MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT NUTRITION, CONSUMPTION HABITS, WORKOUT ACTIVITIES, AND CAN MONITOR THEIR PROGRESS.
3. Carrot Fit
Mobile: iOS Only
If you’re a procrastinator or feed off competition and constructive criticism, this aggressive app is for you. You’re going to have to possess a thick skin to interact with the app’s critical weight tracker, Carrot. Carrot is like the overbearing parent who suffocates you because they care about your development. The unconventional motivation encourages the user to drop a pound to learn new workout tips.
Mobile: iOS, Android, Nook, and Kindle.
LoseIt is your Rosie from the Jetson who customizes your workouts and diet. She’s equipped to serve the “on-the-go” user. Think of it as having a personal trainer and nutritionist at your disposal at all times. The innovation and detail is saluted in the apps barcode scanner to get more specific with what you are consuming, focusing more on nutritional value.
MOBILE: IOS ONLY
There is a growing catalogue of pedometer devices, but Moves is a bike-friendly tracker that records your day, minute by minute, and gives you a summary of all your movements, steps, stairs, and pedals! It calculates your calories burned and presents it as an easy to read timeline (No more trying to decipher an excel spreadsheet) to keep things user-friendly.