There are many ways people make use of their iPhone.
From simple operation like sending messages to taking hi-definition photos, iPhones have indeed revolutionized the way people live through their days.
An iPhone can even be used along with apps that are dedicated to making sure that the owner has the chance to stay fit all the time.
If you own an iPhone and still don’t know where to start, here are some suggestions.
As one of the simplest forms of exercise, running is often selected by many wishing to get fit. RunKeeper stays true to its intended goal: Helping people build a stable activity and stick to the schedule.
The app offers its basic functionalities for free but detailed insights, live tracking, and advanced workouts are available after paying to upgrade to its Go version for $10/month.
Strava specializes in helping those whose choice of exercise is cycling. You can pair the app with activity trackers, cycle computers, and GPS watches.
Get the app for free and upgrade to its premium version for more features by paying for $8/month.
This should be your go-to app if your preference covers body sculpting, bodybuilding, weight lifting, and strength training.
Three workouts are available for tracking in the free version. More will be available after paying for a monthly subscription for $8.
4. Fitness Point
Whereas Fitbod functions as an automated planner, Fitness Point serves as a reference. Some of the available workouts are free but upgrading to the app’s Pro version will grant you access to all of them. Fitness Point Pro and Fitness Point Pro Female are both offered at $5.
Fitocracy is a workout tracker, social media, and a game rolled into one app. The app is free but a monthly subscription is offered at $5 per month.
Fitbit is completely free without any purchases involved and it can by synced with wearable.
It contains trackers for activities and sleeps as well as monitors function for hiking, walking, and running.
7. C25K 5K Trainer
Have you been stuck in a sedentary lifestyle? If so, this is the solution you need to break out of the habit. Remove ads by paying $2 and get the Zen Power Playlist with another $5.
8. Nike Training Club
Nike provides this app completely for free. The app contains more than 180 workouts of a variety of ranges, from cardio to strength exercises.
9. Fitbit Coach
The app’s basic version is provided for free with a limited number of workouts. Paying for a monthly subscription at $13 will open more functions and features for you.
MyFitnessPal is the best pal you can get when it comes to counting calories. Free yourself from ads when using the app after paying for $5 per month.
11. Fit Radio
Fit Radio mixes your preferred music with exercise routines. Every week, more than 20 new workouts are added.
12. Pokémon Go
This basically not a fitness app but playing the game can force you to go out of your habit and walk outside the house catching more cute creatures as you go.