Ready to get out of the gym and enjoy the nice weather? Need a little motivation to get you moving but feel overwhelmed by the amount of fitness apps out there? Well we have done the work for you. Here are five of the most popular workout apps in 2013.
The Pocket Trainer
Nike Training Club app (free), lets you set your fitness goals, and provides audio and visual demonstrations of each exercise. After your Nike trainer guides you through each step of your personalized workout, you can view a detailed summary of your progress and earn reward points that unlock personal training secrets and star workouts.
The Daily Tracker
MyFitnessPal (free) allows you to input your daily meals, keeping track of nutritional value, and then logs exactly what kind of workout you completed. This is a great tool in helping with weight management and helps eliminate tedious calorie counting.
PocketYoga ($2.99) downloads straight to your phone so you don’t need Internet access to use it. The app includes 150 pose images with correct posture and positioning, a dictionary of poses, detailed voice instruction including breathing and will keep track of your practices to track progress.
The Workout Buff
Gain Fitness Cross Trainer (free), builds personalized workout programs from 350+ exercise and popular training styles. The app coaches you through each exercise with HD images and voice commands from real trainers. Gain Fitness also tracks your progress and provides and calendar to schedule your workouts and keep you on track.
Couch-to-5K ($1.99) lets you choose your coach that will take you through 9 weeks, 20-30 minutes a day three days a week to get you ready for a 5K. The app allows you to listen to your own music, log your workouts and graphs to compare your workouts.
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