Here are my top 10 fitness apps to check out on your iOS device.
I’ve already reviewed fitness apps from Apple and Google, but here’s my top five.1.
Fitbit Charge HR: The Fitbit fitness trackers are now available for purchase, so there’s nothing stopping you from getting one of these devices.
I’ve used them for years and really enjoy the simplicity and ease of use.
It’s great to have a smartphone to work on in a variety of ways, which is great when it comes to fitness.2.
RunningMogul: This running app is one of the best apps for iOS.
It features a great fitness experience that includes step counting, calorie counting, and a step-by-step tracking feature.
You can even upload your running to Facebook.3.
RunningLimb: This is a fantastic running app that lets you keep track of your distance, calories burned, and more.
Running is the easiest activity to work out on the go, and you can even track your running in real-time on the app.4.
RunKeeper: This RunningLamp fitness app lets you run, jog, walk, or cycle in a single track.
Running and walking are two of the most common workouts in the world, so this is a great way to get your workout in.5.
Apple Watch Series 2: With a new version of the Apple Watch 2 coming out this year, there’s a new fitness app to look forward to.
Running on the AppleWatch is incredibly useful for tracking your performance and training goals, and it works great when paired with the AppleTV app.6.
Garmin Connect: Garmin Connect is a fun way to connect with other fitness track and recording apps like Polar or Nike FuelBand.
This is great for people who aren’t comfortable with a smartphone.7.
Nike Fuel Band: This fitness tracker is perfect for anyone who wants to track their workouts in a new way.
This app includes step counts, calories, distance, heart rate, distance and pace, as well as workouts.8.
Runkeeper: This app is a must-have for anyone that’s trying to get in shape.
You’ll have to put in some work to get started, but the results are worth it.9.
Nike Training App: This one’s got a lot going for it.
It works well for running, walking, and running-related apps.
It also lets you get your workouts in real time, which means you can track your workouts and keep track when you get home.10.